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Dublin: 17 °C Monday 25 June, 2018

Other - Yesterday’s News

Hamilton wins French Grand Prix to reclaim top spot in Formula One championship

The British driver started from pole and finished ahead of runner-up Max Verstappen and third-placed Kimi Raikkonen.

Irish rugby's great impressionist, tributes for McGrath and more tweets of the week

Physio Colm Fuller had Tadhg Kennelly in stitches during the week.

Casey shoots sensational 62 to seize lead at Travelers, as McIlroy struggles on the greens

The Englishman leads by four shots heading into the final round.

How Senegal stunned France at the 2002 World Cup and more of the week's best sportswriting

Settle yourself into some brilliant reads from this week.

Other - Saturday 23 June, 2018

Hamilton takes pole at rain-hit, crash-marred French Grand Prix F1

Hamilton takes pole at rain-hit, crash-marred French Grand Prix

Mercedes dominated the session as Valtteri Bottas claimed second.

Ireland's Arthur Lanigan-O'Keeffe wins bronze medal in World Cup final

The Kilkenny man was in joint fifth place after the fencing on Thursday.

McIlroy finding top gear as he heads into weekend three off the lead

Brian Harman leads the Travelers Championship, but McIlroy is part of a strong chasing pack.

‘During the week the lads didn’t want to even be around me - I was that angry and that frustrated’

Irish track cyclist Mark Downey on shaking off Commonwealth Games disappointment and setting his sights on Tokyo 2020.

Other - Friday 22 June, 2018

Joe Ward finally leaves a dent in his Cuban nemesis two years out from Tokyo Olympics Down Goes La Cruz This post contains videos

Joe Ward finally leaves a dent in his Cuban nemesis two years out from Tokyo Olympics

The crowd booed as Ward lost a 3-2 split decision, but it seems he has finally caught up to his career-long rival.

LeBron in 'good dialogue' with Cavs as they await decision about his future

The star forward has one week to decide whether to stay in Cleveland or opt out of the final year of his deal.

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Coyle just misses out on podium place at WC final

The Meath woman put in a strong performance in Astana, but slipped to fourth in tough conditions.

The Kerryman aiming to run and cycle from California to New York in just 36 days

Shane Finn ran 24 marathons in 24 days last year and is preparing to push the limit even further in 2019.

Sonia O'Sullivan's daughter to make Ireland debut at U18 European Championships

16-year-old Sophie will run over 800 metres in Hungary next month.

McIlroy one off the lead at Travelers Championship, solid start for Harrington

Jordan Spieth and Zach Johnson are out in front after the first round in Connecticut.

Other - Thursday 21 June, 2018

Coyle and Lanigan-O'Keeffe fight their way to early top 5 spot in Modern Pentathlon WC final

The in-form duo will also be bidding for a third straight mixed relay title this weekend.

Other - Wednesday 20 June, 2018

Ireland to play England in landmark Test match as part of new four-year fixture list

Inclusion on Future Tours Programme a significant moment for Irish cricket.

Murray casts doubt over Wimbledon after 11-month comeback ends in defeat

‘How I feel tomorrow is relevant. If I wake up and don’t feel good then that’s not the best sign for best of five tennis.’

'The thinking man's golfer': Five-time Open winner Thomson dies RIP

'The thinking man's golfer': Five-time Open winner Thomson dies

The Australian golfing great was 88.

Other - Tuesday 19 June, 2018

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Boris Becker's diplomatic passport is 'fake' says Central Africa Republic

The document’s serial number corresponded to one of a batch of new passports that were stolen in 2014.

Other - Monday 18 June, 2018

Two-time Olympic champion Caster Semenya to fight 'discriminatory' testosterone rule

‘It is not fair that people question who I am. I am a woman and I am fast.’

Other - Sunday 17 June, 2018

Ice-cold Koepka becomes first man to retain US Open since 1989

Koepka holds off brilliant Sunday challenge of England’s Tommy Fleetwood to win back-to-back titles.

It's Sunday so here are 10 of our favourite images from the sporting week

As Robbie Williams once said, it’s your life thru a lens.

Irish teen sensation clocks second fastest 1500m time ever by European youth

Sarah Healy – remember the name.

How Southgate erased lingering effects of the Golden Generation and more of the week's best sportswriting

It’s Sunday morning and you know what that means… stick the kettle on and feast your eyes on some brilliant long reads.

Other - Saturday 16 June, 2018

Woods 'absolutely' expects to win another Major despite missing US Open cut

Woods finished 10-over par at Shinnecock Hills.

'I thought I could manage it myself without seeking any proper help and I just made things worse for myself’

Irish canoeist Liam Jegou is aiming towards Tokyo in 2020 after battling a serious injury last year.

Other - Friday 15 June, 2018

Johnson's lead grows as Woods, Spieth and McIlroy face the cut

Here’s the latest from Shinnecock Hills.

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Johnson shares lead as McIlroy blows up in face of US Open test at Shinnecock

The Irishman finished with a 10-over par 80 that matched his highest score in a major and included seven bogeys and three double bogeys.

Boris Becker claims diplomatic immunity in bankruptcy case Ace

Boris Becker claims diplomatic immunity in bankruptcy case

The German was declared bankrupt by a London court in June 2017 for failing to pay a long-standing debt.

Other - Thursday 14 June, 2018

'He's very good at watching out for other people, just to make sure everyone's okay'

The oldest competitor at the Special Olympics Ireland Games will lead from the front this weekend.

Canelo-Golovkin rematch set for September with Spike O'Sullivan to fight in chief support bout

Gennady Golovkin and Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez have agreed to a rematch on September 15, according to Oscar De La Hoya.

Other - Wednesday 13 June, 2018

17-year-old breaks world record in Dublin as sorry Ireland put to the sword again

The Irish batters could learn a thing or two from Amelia Kerr.

As if he was never away! Federer makes winning return after three-month break

Federer is gearing up for Wimbledon with an appearance at the Stuttgart Open this week.

Bray Boxing Club shut down by Wicklow County Council following fatal shooting

Wicklow County Council have taken back the keys to the harbour boxing club after last week’s fatal incident.

Katie Taylor to defend world titles against American veteran in London

Taylor will face Kimberly Connor at London’s O2 Arena on 28 July.

Accident at work? You could win $12.5m in damages like Reggie Bush

A court in St. Louis ruled he was entitled to the money over a slip in 2015.

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