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Other - Wednesday 8 August, 2018

LeBron James' Lakers to face Curry's Warriors on Christmas Day

Christmas Day 2018 will bring even more reasons for NBA fans to celebrate.

Celtic in trouble in Europe after costly home draw with 10-man AEK Athens

The Greeks grabbed a crucial away goal as they held Celtic to a draw in their Champions League qualifier in Glasgow.

Watson takes seventh place on senior international debut as McSharry misses out on European final

Tanya Watson improved on her score from earlier on Wednesday while Mona McSharry was unable to progress to the final.

'I gave him a look to make sure he knew I was there': Leon Reid powers into European 200m final Fast Track This post contains videos

'I gave him a look to make sure he knew I was there': Leon Reid powers into European 200m final

The Menapians club man clocked 20.38 seconds in his semi-final and is capable of going faster in tomorrow’s final.

Team Sky's Moscon takes five-week suspension for punch attempt during Tour de France Road Rage This post contains videos

Team Sky's Moscon takes five-week suspension for punch attempt during Tour de France

The Italian swung backwards at Elie Gesbert, but didn’t make contact.

'Not good enough, like': Lawler his own worst critic after falling flat in European heats Devastated This post contains videos

'Not good enough, like': Lawler his own worst critic after falling flat in European heats

The 23-year-old Carlow man couldn’t put his finger on where things went wrong today.

Watson dives into European Championships final while McSharry advances to 50m breastroke semis

Both Tanya Watson and Mona McSharry will be in action in their finals later today at the European Swimming and Diving Championships.

Former 400m hurdles world champion killed in car crash aged 28 RIP

Former 400m hurdles world champion killed in car crash aged 28

Nicholas Bett made his name at the World Athletics Championships in Beijing three years ago.

'The turning point': Ex-Ireland rugby international played a key role in World Cup success

Gary Longwell’s work with the women’s hockey team as a performance coach has been widely praised.

McIlroy targets a third Wanamaker Trophy, but game still 'work in progress'

‘With a good week this week, it just puts a different spin on my year from being what some people see as disappointing.’

Other - Tuesday 7 August, 2018

Tiger carefully managing his body with ice baths and 'a lot of stretching' in build-up to PGA

‘I’m 42 and I’ve had four back surgeries…’

Awesome Asher-Smith and Hughes deliver 100m double for Team GB

It was a phenomenal night for Team GB’s sprint team in Berlin.

'I knew I had strength there and I used it': Thomas Barr finishes strong to power into European final

The Waterford man is confident he can post a faster 400m hurdle time in Thursday’s final.

'I'm happy with the performance' - Ireland's Phil Healy finishes 7th in European semi-final Reaction This post contains videos

'I'm happy with the performance' - Ireland's Phil Healy finishes 7th in European semi-final

The 23-year-old Cork runner now turns her attention to the 200m event on Friday

From TheJournal.ie €1.5 million announced by Ross is new 'windfall' funding Sports

€1.5 million announced by Ross is new 'windfall' funding

Questions had been asked about where the funding had come from.

Ireland's Oliver Dingley takes fifth place in European Championship

The diver missed the podium places by just six points over the final’s seven dives.

It's official! Ireland rise to 8th in world rankings after heroic World Cup run

Graham Shaw’s Green Army have powered from 16th to their highest-ever ranking.

Funding the key issue but Shaw wants 'creative solutions' to drive Irish hockey forward

Facilities for training and more time together as a group identified as priorities as the Green Army turn their attention to qualifying for Tokyo 2020.

Kroenke set to complete sensational £1.8 billion takeover of Arsenal

The US sports mogul has launched a bid to buy Alisher Usmanov’s stake in the club, thus giving him majority control.

'I felt like I was not a good mom' - Serena Williams shares challenge of postpartum emotions

Talking to friends and family is a good solution to mental health issues experienced after giving birth, she says.

Other - Monday 6 August, 2018

Joy as Ireland's Phil Healy books place in European Athletics 100m semi-finals in Berlin

The 23-year-old Cork runner will compete in tomorrow’s European Championships 100m semi-final after finishing second in her heat.

From TheJournal.ie PICS: Huge crowd turns out to welcome Irish women's hockey team home World Cup

PICS: Huge crowd turns out to welcome Irish women's hockey team home

Young girls held up posters declaring: “You’re an inspiration to me!”

'I think I've just burnt out': Jordan Sloan fades in last 50m as semi-final slips away

Calum Bain also failed to qualify for the semi-finals of the men’s 50m butterfly.

From TheJournal.ie Everything you need to know about today's homecoming celebration for Ireland's hockey heroes Happening Today

Everything you need to know about today's homecoming celebration for Ireland's hockey heroes

The silver medal-winning side will be welcomed home in Dublin at 3pm today.

McIlroy's Sunday challenge evaporates as Thomas cruises to Bridgestone win

Rory McIlroy settles for share of sixth place after disappointing Sunday at Firestone.

Ireland hold their heads high after bringing the nation on their magical journey

‘We’ve now put ourselves on the map of where we want to be.’

'The support was incredible. It was like we were playing in Dublin, Belfast or Cork'

Thousands of Irish fans took over London’s Lee Valley Stadium yesterday to witness a memorable sporting occasion.

Other - Sunday 5 August, 2018

Bothwell rules the roost on home soil while Britain's Appleton takes women's Irish Open crown

Co. Down’s Peter Bothwell and Bromley’s Emily Appleton won the men’s and women’s Irish Open Tennis Championships in Carrickmines.

Ireland's hockey heroes to be welcomed home with civic reception in Dublin

Lord Mayor and Dublin City Council organise public event for Bank Holiday Monday.

Ireland's Ayeisha McFerran named goalkeeper of the World Cup

The 22-year-old was in sensational form for Ireland throughout the campaign.

Ireland's Dunlevy and McCrystal seal outstanding double-double at Para-cycling Worlds

The Irish duo once more saw off their British counterparts to defend their Tandem Road Race world title.

Ireland's fairytale World Cup ends with historic silver as Dutch class tells

The defending champions proved too strong for Ireland, as Shaw’s side finish as World Cup runners-up.

As it happened: Ireland v Netherlands, Women's Hockey World Cup final Liveblog This post contains a poll

As it happened: Ireland v Netherlands, Women's Hockey World Cup final

Could Ireland pull off one more major shock and complete the fairytale campaign?

O'Donovan brothers win silver at European Rowing Championships in Glasgow

The Norwegian crew of Strandli and Brun took gold in the lightweight men’s double sculls.

Brilliant morning for Ireland in the pool as Ferguson, Ryan and Greene all book semi places

Eighteen-year-old Conor Ferguson and Shane Ryan into 100m backstroke semis, with Darragh Greene in 200m breaststroke semis.

'When I grow up I want to be...' and Irish hockey scenes - it's Tweets of the Week

Some sporting offerings from social media over the last seven days.

'I’m getting a little sick of second place' - McIlroy primed for Super Sunday at Bridgestone

McIlroy trails Justin Thomas by three shots at Firestone.

'I have no fear. I can take on the big boys now' Rocket Man This post contains videos

'I have no fear. I can take on the big boys now'

A year after a hamstring injury cut his season short, Marcus Lawler is heading into the European Championships in the fastest form of his life.

Seagulls swiping Séamus Harnedy's house keys and more of the week's best sportswriting

Settle yourself into some of our favourite pieces of sportswriting from this week.

'I've been asking the Dutch for three years for a bloody game. They don't have a choice now'

Graham Shaw and Ireland are relishing a crack at the defending world champions today.