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# interview - Saturday 27 August, 2016

Scott Evans considering U-turn on Tokyo 2020 after rewarding Rio campaign

Ireland’s number one reflects on a historic Olympics, explains why he is weighing up his options and opens up on the camaraderie in the Irish camp.

# interview - Sunday 21 August, 2016

‘He loves The Godfather, because this is not personal, it’s business’

Chris Brady chats to The42 about co-authoring Carlo Ancelotti’s latest book.

# interview - Saturday 20 August, 2016

Ringrose keeping a level head before second season with Leinster

The 21-year-old feels his studies are as important as rugby.

# interview - Monday 15 August, 2016

The life of Katie: Four years on from London, Ireland's golden girl faces her greatest challenge

Katie Taylor begins her Olympic campaign later with questions over the air of invincibility she’s held for so long.

# interview - Sunday 14 August, 2016

'If I win tomorrow, there might be a bit more than my t-shirt coming off!'

Scott Evans has joked that a victory against the world number four could prompt him to bare all.

‘About 20% of all medals should have been stripped’ - The dark history of the Olympic Games

Author and journalist David Goldlatt chats to The42 about the troubled past of sport’s biggest event.

'Rubbing shoulders with Botha, O'Connell - it's something you can't buy'

Former Munster Peter Borlase is assistant coach of the Denver Stampede, winners of PRO Rugby.

'I was very isolated because I didn't think there was anyone who could understand how I was feeling'

The build-up to Rio has been a struggle for Thomas Barr but he’s there in one piece and ready to make his Olympic debut.

# interview - Friday 12 August, 2016

'It's hard to explain how much it hurts not being able to realise my Olympic dream'

Irish track star Mary Cullen talks about her latest Games heartbreak, trying to find her way again and why she is excited to see Ciara Mageean take to the track in Rio.

# interview - Sunday 7 August, 2016

'There's no reason why I can't win a gold medal'

Greg Broderick tells The42 that himself and MHS Going Global can have a big impact in Rio in the coming days.

# interview - Saturday 6 August, 2016

'Ronaldo would come in and make Kath a cup of tea... He was a dream to work with'

Sky Sports presenter Hayley McQueen on her days media training Paul Pogba and observing a future superstar.

'One of their big worries is: how do I handle walking into the Olympic Village and seeing my heroes' Feature This post contains videos

'One of their big worries is: how do I handle walking into the Olympic Village and seeing my heroes'

Niamh Fitzpatrick chats to The42 about working as Team Ireland’s sports psychologist.

# interview - Friday 5 August, 2016

Irish security expert on Rio's terrorist threat: 'Preparations are very poor'

Declan Power, a former Irish Army soldier, defence analyst and author, speaks to The42 about the issue.

# interview - Monday 1 August, 2016

The 20-year-old set to represent Ireland at the Rio Olympics

Sailor Finn Lynch discusses moving to Croatia after his Leaving Cert and his hopes for for the next few weeks of action in Brazil.

At 38, 4 years after her first competitive marathon, Breege Connolly is set for the Olympics

The Leitrim native chats to The42 about being a late bloomer when it comes to running.

'Everyone has their own opinions but nothing makes me prouder than wearing my Irish tracksuit'

As he flies out to Rio, Oliver Dingley sits down with The42 to reflect on the journey which will see him become the first Irish diver to compete at the Olympics in 68 years.

# interview - Sunday 31 July, 2016

'Moving to America aged 14? It was my idea!'

Stephanie Meadow, who will represent Ireland at the Rio Olympics, also discusses Rory McIlroy’s Olympics snub and why more people relate to the women’s game.

# interview - Saturday 30 July, 2016

From Munster to Nice: Scrum-half Foley excited by new French adventure

The 21-year-old Crosshaven man has signed for the Fédérale 2 club.

# interview - Friday 29 July, 2016

'I got very nervous when I was winning at the 2012 Olympics'

Irish sailor Annalise Murphy says she is more equipped to deal with pressurised situations now.

# interview - Wednesday 27 July, 2016

'He's a very strong person' - Olympics-bound Saskia Tidey on father's IRA kidnap ordeal

The former Quinnsworth supermarket boss was rescued from Derrada Wood, Ballinamore in Leitrim 33 years ago

# interview - Tuesday 26 July, 2016

The soon-to-be Irish Olympian who could have been a Mayo GAA star Interview This post contains videos

The soon-to-be Irish Olympian who could have been a Mayo GAA star

Nicholas Quinn also discusses how studying Psychology will help his Rio bid.

# interview - Monday 25 July, 2016

'I was getting 200 quid a week, I thought why not turn it into 400 or 600 quid'

The former Shelbourne player has spoken openly about his problems of late.

# interview - Sunday 24 July, 2016

‘It’s the greatest athlete the world has ever seen and he’s refusing to go to the Olympics’ Interview This post contains videos

‘It’s the greatest athlete the world has ever seen and he’s refusing to go to the Olympics’

Journalist Richard Askwith chats to The42 about his new book on the legendary Czechoslovak long-distance runner Emil Zatopek.

Francie Barrett: 'If I had the facilities they have today, I would have won a silver medal'

Twenty years on from being Ireland’s flag-bearer at the Olympics, the Galway native talks about his memories from Atlanta, his early retirement from boxing, and the portrayal of Tyson Fury.

From TheJournal.ie ‘I’m still Ivan but I’m wearing high-heels.' - Meet Ivan Fahy, an androgynous model from Galway Interview

‘I’m still Ivan but I’m wearing high-heels.' - Meet Ivan Fahy, an androgynous model from Galway

The Irish model who’s breaking assumptions about gender.

# interview - Saturday 23 July, 2016

'It's my decision' - Irish swimmer Ryan defiant amid allegiance switch criticism

The 22-year-old previously represented the US in the sport.

# interview - Thursday 21 July, 2016

'There's anger there and a lot of questions I'd like answered': Richie Power's injury nightmare

The Kilkenny man on coming to terms with the injury battle that forced his early retirement.

# interview - Wednesday 20 July, 2016

Keeping up with Diarmuid Connolly: The Dublin star talks family, hurling and MMA

In a rare interview, one of the most fascinating characters in the GAA gives an insight into what makes him tick.

# interview - Saturday 16 July, 2016

Quigley backing Irish boxers to have best Olympics yet

The Donegal pro opens up on missing Rio, life in LA and the experience of fighting on the Canelo-Khan undercard.

'For an hour a day I let myself think about that moment': Ireland's modern man dares to dream

Modern pentathlete Arthur Lanigan O’Keeffe goes to Rio as current European champion and a man on a mission.

# interview - Wednesday 13 July, 2016

'Something seems to go wrong' - Sonia O'Sullivan on young Irish athletes' stunted development

The legendary sports star also discusses Ciara Mageean’s bronze medal success and her love of triathlons.

# interview - Tuesday 12 July, 2016

Watch: 'Why did you stop winning majors and start opening restaurants?' - GMac gets grilled TV Gold This post contains videos

Watch: 'Why did you stop winning majors and start opening restaurants?' - GMac gets grilled

Billy the kid didn’t shirk his responsibilities when asked to interview the former US Open champion.

# interview - Tuesday 5 July, 2016

'I always felt, if I’m playing I’m going to make the difference' -- Luke Fitzgerald

We spoke with Luke Fitzgerald today about the next step after retirement and the ‘incredibly inflated’ self-belief he brought on to the field.

# interview - Sunday 3 July, 2016

From TheJournal.ie Hillary Clinton's FBI interview might mean end of email scandal Investigation

Hillary Clinton's FBI interview might mean end of email scandal

She said she was eager to talk to investigators.

# interview - Saturday 2 July, 2016

'I was scared s**tless but I needed to do something about it and sport was the only option'

It’s four years since David Gillick retired from professional athletics. Next week he will represent Ireland at the European Championships. This is his journey back from depression.

# interview - Sunday 26 June, 2016

Coleman: France's extra 3 days' rest a factor in Ireland loss

The Everton defender also praised Ireland’s fans for their role in the team’s Euro 2016 journey.

# interview - Friday 24 June, 2016

'It's called being happy. Try it!' - Roy Keane on his post-match hugs

The Corkman has often been portrayed as a somewhat cold, unemotional figure.

# interview - Tuesday 21 June, 2016

Seamus Coleman 'not bothered' by controversial Marco Tardelli comments

The Irish team are preparing for a win-or-bust Euro 2016 Group E clash with Italy tomorrow.

# interview - Friday 17 June, 2016

'It might be a fluke' - The Irish footballer who had a first-hand view of the Belgian revolution

Dominic Foley spent seven years of his career in Belgium.

'I know this group very well, they are proud and will react against Ireland' - Former Belgium boss

Georges Leekens talks to The42 about what went wrong for Marc Wilmots’ side against Italy, where they can improve and how they will try to beat Ireland.

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