# Rowing

All time
# Pay off
'All the sacrifices, being away from family and friends are worthwhile' - Olympic finalists Lynch and Lambe
The duo are drawing confidence from their achievement today as they know they can compete with the best in the world.
# West Cork Lads
'Tis after spiralling away on the interweb' - O'Donovan brothers on that RTÉ interview
The O’Donovan brothers were a little surprised at the reaction to their post-race Olympic interview.
# Rio 2016
Lynch and Lambe through to Olympic final
Sinéad Lynch and Claire Lambe came third in their semi-final.
# devastated
'The Olympics has been two huge disappointments for me': Sanita Puspure deserved so much better
Ballincollig rower’s time would have seen her qualify from any of the other quarter-finals.
# row your boat
Two rowers from Cork gave the most Irish interview ever after Rio success
Bitta craic sure.
# Rowing
'I was thrown around like a fish in the sea and hardly survived without falling in'
Sanita Puspure tells The42 just how difficult the conditions in Lagoa Stadium were this morning.
# The Jerries
Meet Ireland's Olympic team: Gary and Paul O'Donovan
Keep an eye on these lads.
# The Jerries
Meet Ireland's Olympic team: Sanita Puspure
The Latvian-born rower will be representing Ireland at an Olympics for the second time.
# The Jerries
Meet Ireland's Olympic team: Sinead Jennings and Claire Lambe
We continue our athlete-by-athlete look at Ireland’s Olympic team with the lightweight women’s sculls pair.
# success
Ireland's Sanita Puspure has officially qualified for the Rio Olympics
It will be the second time the Latvia-born athlete has represented Ireland at the Olympics.
# Brothers in Arms
'We just love trying to do that to ourselves. We love that feeling of pain'
Cork brothers Gary and Paul O’Donovan speak to The42 about the gruelling road to Rio, how they got into rowing, and what it means to be European champions.
# Golden Moment
'To have the anthem playing was such an honour' - Rowers coming to terms with European gold
Gary O’Donovan talks to The42 about being crowned lightweight men’s double sculls champion in Germany yesterday.
# Band of Brothers
Incredible day for Irish rowing: Gold for O'Donovan brothers and bronze for Puspure
Gary and Paul O’Donovan have been crowned European champions in the lightweight men’s double sculls in Germany.
# Rowed to Rio
The first Irish rowers have qualified for Rio 2016
It was an eventful twenty minutes at the World Rowing Championships this morning.
# Road to Rio
From Latvia to Cork... to Rio? The42's day on the water with Olympic rower Sanita Puspure
Puspure heads for France later this month with Olympic qualification firmly in her sights.
# they started it
Here is how long it takes children to start fighting in a car
Bickering is almost inevitable on the long holiday drives.
# nutrition
The truth about fat as a fuel source
Carbs are ‘yesterday’s news’ for the elite endurance athletes.
# go the distance
Have you and your fittest friends got what it takes for the No Limits Gym Challenge?
Go on, for charity.
# Interview
Intense competition in the blood for 17-year-old O'Brien, but she's missing one ingredient for Rio 2016
‘You have to teach your brain to keep going when your brain says stop’.
# Interview
'It’s disgusting! We’ve gone 17 days without a shower'
Irishman Philip Cavanagh chats to while rowing a 2,100-mile journey across the Pacific Ocean.
# double glory
Monday medals for Ireland as Puspure and Grace hit form at Euro Championships
If only we could combine sailing and boxing as an Olympic event, we’d be unstoppable.
# Challenge
Interview: The Irishwoman set to be part of the first all-female four to row across the Pacific Ocean
Aoife Ní Mhaoileoin, a doctor from Dublin, is preparing to undertake an intensive 2,400 mile-journey from California to Hawaii.
# Ambition
Meet the man attempting to become the first Irish person to row 2,100 miles across the Pacific Ocean
Philip Cavanagh is hoping to raise €100,000 as part of the challenge, which will involve roughly four weeks of continuous rowing.
# Ready to go
Paralympic breakfast: 2008 gold medalist Smyth hoping for repeat performance
From an Irish perspective, there is also much anticipation surrounding the cycling events taking place today.
# column
Murph's Sideline Cut: "Cork steamrollered their way to the list of favourites for the All-Ireland."
Ciaran Murphy re-evaluated his list of Sam Maguire favorites in the wake of Cork’s victory over the Lilywhites.
# London 2012
Puspure rows out with her head held high
Ireland’s Sanita Puspure finished 13th overall after winning her “C” final in the women’s single scull rowing this morning.
# London 2012
Australian rower Booth arrested, then faints and bangs his head
“He was detained by the police last night for damage to a shop front,” Australian team chief said today.
London 2012 Olympics, day five
We followed Ireland’s hopes in the boxing and in the K1 slalom finals, and there was plenty more to keep us occupied.
# London 2012
Sanita Puspure books her place in rowing quarter-finals
The Latvian-born rower was third in her heat this afternoon.
# 25 Days To Go
London 2012: Introducing… Sanita Puspure
The Latvian-born rower is next up as we continue to profile Ireland’s Olympic hopefuls.
# YouTube
YouTube Top 10: because Matt Williams and Neil Francis are really like that
A goalkeeping calamity for the ages, some rock ‘ard Ukrainian teens and an unsettling impersonation of Matt Williams.
# Investment
Government green light for Leitrim rowing facility
The international standard facility on Lough Rinn is expected to open next April.