# Sports Science

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'Any job I did, no matter how big or small, was a test of my character and ability'
The Irish sports tech firm helping soccer, rugby and GAA stars stay in shape during the lockdown
From measurable momentum with Leinster to shaping the future of the Lionesses
'He's a workaholic, a perfectionist': the science behind Zlatan's 'phenomenal' return
Your ultimate guide to getting the best out of Science Week 2016
Are penalty shootouts about to change dramatically?
'Those that have embraced it are the ones leading the way' - Canavan
Caffeine, chaos and effortless power: The science behind Chris Bryan's swimming success
An 18-year-old intern who kept messing up brain surgery on mice accidentally stumbled on a scientific breakthrough
Ronan O'Gara was the 35th-best place kicker in world rugby, says study
What it looks like inside a concussed brain
Kilkenny hurler flying out for work experience with the Sydney Swans
Sports science company to create 24 jobs
Technology in rugby: GPS systems continue to grow in importance
Big Data and blood tests: Irish company trying to crack athletes’ performance code
Different class: Michael Fennelly writing thesis on GPS in hurling
'You can't just stop': The science behind the decision to retire (or keep going)
Jim McGuinness not scared of Glasgow Celtic coaching role
'Maybe prison is the only way to stop doping', says WADA chief
Infographic of the day: athletes and sleep