# Chloe Magee

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# Interview
'I never thought we could be winning European medals consistently - it’s crazy'
Chloe Magee speaks to The42 off the back of her European Games success alongside brother Sam.
# on the podium
Ireland secure seventh European Games medal as Chloe and Sam Magee book semi-final spot
The Donegal siblings beat beat the Netherlands 21-19, 21-17 on Friday morning to advance to the final four.
# Double trouble
Magees deliver majestic display to seal Irish Open Badminton mixed doubles crown
It also brought Chloe’s long-awaited search for a second Irish Open final victory to an end.
# badminton
'I've enjoyed the new chapter with Sam, I don't have any regrets'
Chloe Magee talks about sacrificing her singles career to focus solely on mixed doubles badminton and the importance of legacy in the sport.
# badminton
Disappointment for Ireland as Nguyen and Magees beaten at Badminton World Championships
Nguyen loses men’s singles clash against fifth seed Srikanth Kidambi.
# badminton
Ireland's Chloe and Sam Magee win their World Championship opener in Nanjing
The Magees beat Kristensen and Jorgensen of Denmark on Monday morning.
# Flying the flag
Donegal's Magee siblings power into last 16 at World Championships
The pair – who have made history this year already – defeated Japanese opposition to progress in Glasgow.
# Milestone
History-making Magees settle for bronze at European Championships
They take home Ireland’s first-ever medal from the tournament.
# sibling act
Chloe and Sam Magee win first ever medal for Ireland at European badminton championships
The Donegal pair overcame opponents from Poland in today’s quarter-final.
# sibling act
Chloe and Sam Magee one win away from Ireland's first European Championship medal
The Irish pair came from a set down to book their place in the quarter-finals.
# Three from Three
Resilient Evans prevails on memorable day for Ireland at European Championships
Chloe Magee and Sam Magee were victors in the mixed doubles while Rachael Darragh won her first-round clash in the women’s singles.
# Rio 2016
Chloe Magee's third Olympic campaign begins in defeat
She goes into her last game with a place in the last 16 at stake.
# On the plane
Team Ireland beginning to take shape as badminton stars secure Olympic qualification
Scott Evans and Chloe Magee become the latest Irish athletes to secure their place in Rio.
# badminton
Ireland's Chloe and Sam Magee will have a shot at a European medal tomorrow
Magees set for medal battle against Niclas Nohr and Sara Thygesen of Denmark.
# recognition
Ireland's triumphant boxers given a hero's welcome home
Badminton Men’s and Mixed Doubles bronze medal winners Sam Magee, Chloe Magee and Joshua Magee also arrived back in Dublin today.
The Irish brother-and-sister combo hoping to take the 2016 Olympics by storm
Living, working, travelling, and competing together takes its toll on the siblings.
# 2020 vision
Modern pentathlon, badminton face the chop in 2020 Olympic vote
Some of Ireland’s top athletes will be watching tomorrow’s IOC deliberations anxiously.
# Interview
After the gold rush: Evans braves risk to bring home reward
After the disappointment of defeat in London, Scott Evans knew he needed a change. He just didn’t know where it would take him.
# double joy
Delight for Chloe Magee as she wins Turkish Open title
The Irish Olympian also won the mixed doubles with her brother Sam Magee.
# unbridled
Scott Evans wins Irish Open badminton title
Chloe Magee was unlucky to lose out in the Women’s Singles Final in Baldoyle this afternoon.
# Net gains
Evans and Magee advance to the finals of Irish Open
The Olympic badminton stars will face French and Danish opponents in Sunday title deciders.
# Irish Open
Badminton: Change as good as a rest for Evans
London Olympians Scott Evans and Chloe Magee both begin their singles challenge on day two of the Carlton Irish Open in Baldoyle.
London 2012 Olympics, day four
Revisit all of the action from London as Team Ireland looked to build on yesterday’s strong showing.
# London 2012
Heartbreak as Magee crashes out in three-game thriller
Chloe Magee lost 16-21 21-18 21-14 against Pi Hongyan of France in her qualification decider this afternoon.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Tuesday
Here’s everything you need to know – apart from how many winners Dermot Weld will have in Galway today. Probably a lot.
# London 2012
Olympic Breakfast: Magee, Puspure target next step
What to see and what to skip? When are the Irish in action? Here’s our guide to all the action on day four in London.
London 2012 Olympics, Day 3
Yes, the weekend may be over, but the Olympic Games are just warming up. Here is all the good stuff that unfolded on Day Three.
# London 2012
Olympic Village: Day Two, wrap
More shocks in the pool on a day when Team GB got their first medals and Team Ireland showed green shoots of promise.
# London 2012
London 2012: Chloe Magee lays down a marker
Donegal’s Chloe Magee had a straight-sets win in her opening match of the women’s badminton singles.
# London 2012
Olympic Breakfast: Sailing duo ready to make their mark
What to see and what to skip? When are the Irish in action? Here’s our guide to all the action on day two in London.
# London 2012
London 2012: Evans drawn against world's top player
The Dubliner has been drawn against world number one and Olympic champion Lin Dan of China.
# 10 Days to go
London 2012: Introducing… Chloe Magee
The Donegal-born athlete is looking to build on her success at the 2008 Olympics.
# Olympic Dream
London 2012: Evans not interested in making up the numbers
“I don’t want to be the guy who just went to the Olympics, that’s not who I am.” Ireland’s top badminton player talks about his Olympic qualification.
# London 2012
Great Scott! 'Delighted' Evans qualifies for London 2012
Irish number one Scott Evans will compete in the men’s badminton singles in London this summer.
# success
On the plane: Ireland's Chloe Magee qualifies for Olympics
The star faces an anxious wait to see if she has also qualified for the mixed doubles event.
# Rising Stars
Rising stars:’s ones to watch in 2012
As we look forward to what will be a very exciting year for Irish sport, we’ve picked out eight athletes (and one horse) that you really should keep an eye on.