Finding solace in sport


Niall Breslin and student Clementine Yost recount how sport helped them deal with mental health issues.

And the Oscar goes to… Qatar!

FIFA president Joseph Blatter opens the

FIFA’s inevitable decision to hold the 2022 World Cup, in Qatar, in the winter shows them to be as out of touch as the Academy Awards.

Ladies GAA preview

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Trinity are optimistic going into this year’s Giles Cup Championship.

Trinity success at water polo intervarsities


Trinity water polo has done the double for the second time in three years at their annual intervarsities.

Decent results for Trinity athletes at Athlone intervarsities


Trinity came in with several strong performances, though DCU continued their dominance in both male and female competitions.

Fundamental tensions of society emerge at local derbies


There is something primal about this weekend’s local derbies that goes against linguistic logic and beyond the confines of sport.

American football gaining ground in Irish universities


Three college players talk to Michael Foley about the progress made by American football teams competing in Ireland.

Wonder boy’s meteoric rise

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Alicia Lloyd talks to former Trinity player Niyi Adeolokun about his quick rise to professional rugby after recently signing a two-year deal with Connacht.

What weightlifting means to me


The captain of Trinity’s weightlifting club tells us why the sport has changed his outlook on life.

FIFA Ballon d’Or ceremony nothing short of farce


The glitz and glamour associated with the annual Ballon d’Or award shows how out of touch FIFA is with reality.


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