# Ciaran O'Lionaird

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'It's taken a ton of work just to be able to walk on the leg again' - Ó Lionáird
One of Ireland’s most exciting track talents opens up on his injury struggles and his plans for redemption in Rio.
After 2-year drugs ban, Westmeath's Martin Fagan posts Olympic qualifying time in Zurich
Long distance runner took performance-enhancing EPO in a desperate attempt to reach London 2012.
Ciarán O'Lionaird is named best athlete at Senior Track and Field Championships
While Kelly Proper picked up her third medal of the meet.
Bearded American wonder smashes 34-year-old mile record at Morton Stadium
Mark English continued his recent run of form to win the Men’s 800m.
Irish athlete Ciarán O’Lionáird backs LGBT protests at Winter Olympics
In an interview with Off the Ball, the 25-year-old encouraged the sports world to stand up to Russia’s anti-gay laws.
In pictures: Ciaran O'Lionaird and Fionnuala Britton land back with Indoor medals
There was some excess baggage for two athletes, back form Sweden.
In pictures: Ireland at the European Indoor Championships
After Ciaran O’Lionaird’s bronze medal win yesterday, we had another one in the Women’s 3000m this afternoon.
Ciarán O'Lionáird wins bronze for Ireland
A personal best sees the 3000m runner claim Ireland’s first medal of the games.
Indoor Championships: Ó Lionáird continues return to the top
The Corkman took his place in the 3000 metre European final with a tactically impressive run this morning.
Get ready, Gothenburg -- you are about to witness the return of The Bullet with the Mullet
It looks like Ciaran O’Lionaird has gone back to his much-loved hairstyle.
The 11 Irish athletes going to European Indoors this week (and when you can see them)
The European Indoor Championships begin in Gothenburg on Friday morning.
'We need to be realistic about winning medals' - Cragg
The Irish runner says the hopes of fans and an athlete’s own aims need to be kept separate.
O'Lionaird may 'find something else to do with my life' following Olympics exit
The Cork native expressed himself candidly after missing out on a place in the semis this evening.
Derval progresses to 60m semi-final but O’Lionaird bows out of World Indoors
Derval O’Rourke successfully came through her heat, while Ciaran O’Lionaird finished a disappointing 11th in Istanbul today.
Small packages: O'Rourke among curtailed group for World Indoors
Athletics Ireland will be sending just three athletes to compete in the World Indoor Championships in Turkey on 9 March.
O’Lionaird reaches out to Irish fans for financial support
Olympic hopeful Ciaran O’Lionaird plans to set up a new online scheme which will allow fans to contribute to his training expenses.
Report Card: how was Daegu for you?
With the dust having settled on another IAAF World Championships, we look back at the stories, both Irish and international, that grabbed the headlines last week.
Daegu days: Deadly Dai strikes in the 400m hurdles
Here’s everything you need to know about day six at the IAAF World Championships.
Going for gold: O'Lionaird eases into 1500m final
Corkman Ciaran O’Lionaird is into Saturday’s final after comfortably finishing sixth in his semi.
Daegu days: New King James takes 400m gold
Here’s everything you need to know about day four at the IAAF World Championships.
WATCH: O’Lionaird qualifies for 1500m semis
The Corkman will go again on Thursday after a powerful finish in this morning’s heat.
The Morning Score: Tuesday
Here’s all the sports news you need to know on this fine Tuesday morning.