Trinity commits to the Cara Sport Disability Inclusion Charter

In order to be more inclusive of those who have experienced exclusion in sport, the role of Sport and Physical Activity Inclusion Officer was created to foster this atmosphere in Trinity

Trinity recently became one of the first Universities in Ireland to sign the Cara Sport Disability Charter and commit to its mission. By signing this charter, Trinity Sport is making promises to reevaluate its programmes and facilities so as to …


The NBA rookies to look out for this season

Number 1 draft pick Anthony Edwards has fallen out of the top 5 rookies of the year, giving room for others to take his spot

While most sporting events have been canceled in Ireland, the National Basketball Association (NBA) in America has been playing since the beginning of the pandemic, when they instituted the “bubble”. This season’s draft was watched by millions to see the …


Out of Left Field: DU Kayak and Canoe

Beginner friendly and also appealing to those more advanced, DUCK offers something for everyone

“It’s the ideal sport for not particularly sporty people and athletes alike,” says DU Kayak and Canoe (DUCK) Secretary Bob McLarnon. It is no secret that many mainstream sports like rugby and football can seem intimidating, especially with no prior …


Prestigious Pinks announced at Trinity Sports Awards

Awards were given to exceptional athletes in Trinity clubs, with basketball taking home the Club of the Year award

Five student-athletes have been awards “Pinks” at the Trinity Sports Awards, the highest sporting award bestowed by College.

This year’s Pinks were awarded to Conall Hayes from Athletics, Miriam McGinley from Athletics, Robbie Kearns from the Equestrian Club, Diarmuid McGowan …


Trinity Sport Centre set to reopen

All Trinity Sport facilities will be reopening on December 2 with restrictions in place to adhere to government guidelines

Trinity Sport Centre will be reopening Wednesday December 2 after closing its facilities due to the Level 5 restrictions. As Dublin will be moving to a modified Level 3, individual training will be able to take place in compliance with


Protein and energy supplements – effective or gimmick?

Various workout supplements advertised regularly by the fitness community are becoming increasingly popular among those who want to gain muscle mass or lose weight.

Due to the curious case of Covid-19, people are bound to their homes or the five kilometres of their local area. Staying healthy in these times is extremely important, and there is an ever-increasing number of tools made readily available …