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OlympicIRL

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    01/01/87
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    Ireland
  • Favourite Olympic Games
    Summer Olympic Games
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    Athletics, Rugby, Football, Darts, Snooker, Swimming, Gymnastics, Equestrian, Cycling, Archery and anything Olympic
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    O'Donovan brothers, Thomas Barr, Rob Heffernan, David Rudisha, Ashton Eaton, Ole Einar Bjørndalen, Javier Gomez, Lin Dan
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  1. Men's Football FIFA World Cup 2018

    Sad for Poland
  2. Men's Football FIFA World Cup 2018

    Well Europe doesn't gain many spots so it will still be very hard to get to the World Cup from the Euro zone
  3. Men's Football FIFA World Cup 2018

    Gooooaaall Panama!!!
  4. Men's Football FIFA World Cup 2018

    Poor Panama The fact we are going to see more of these teams when the World Cup expands in 2026 to 48 teams is really not looking very appealing.
  5. Men's Football FIFA World Cup 2018

    Damn, Mexico were so close to sealing their place in the next round.
  6. Men's Football FIFA World Cup 2018

    We are loving getting behind Mexico!!! Now come on Sweden, a draw or better and El Tri are into the knock-out stage And absolutely love the Mexican shirts this time !
  7. [OFF TOPIC] Music Thread

    Rofi James - Open Eyes: Outsider - Míol Mór Mara Blossoms - I Can't Stand It:
  8. Horse Racing Discussion Thread

    An Irish guy getting a horse racing question for £1 million, what were they thinking?
  9. Rowing FISA World Cup 2018

    2 medals in Olympic events is great for us. We have a lot of new crews who have moved to Olympic categories so it will be interesting to see how they will progress over the next few years. It won't be easy that's for sure.
  10. Taekwondo WT World Grand Prix 2018

    I really hope Jack can make it to Tokyo. I don't really understand much about taekwondo in terms of weights and which events are important so I never really know how things are progressing for him
  11. Ireland National Thread | An Bóthar go Tóiceo 2020

    Bennett claims Stage win Hat-trick at the Giro Ireland's Sam Bennett won the final stage of this year's Giro d'Italia, his third stage win of the 2018 race. Bennett left it late, out-sprinting Elia Viviani to claim the stage 21 honours. The victory makes him the most successful Irish rider in Giro history in terms of number of stage victories. Congrats Sam on a memorable 2018 Giro
  12. Ireland National Thread | An Bóthar go Tóiceo 2020

    Gold for Lanigan-O'Keeffe at Modern Pentathlon World Cup It was another historic day for Ireland at the Modern Pentathlon World Cup in Bulgaria yesterday - just one day after Natalya Coyle bagged Ireland's first-ever World Cup medal, Arthur Lanigan-O'Keeffe went one better and claimed a stunning gold medal in the men's event. The 2015 European champion got off to a trememdous start, and like Natalya, won the fencing competition and was already at the head of the standing after the swimming and fencing. A solid performance in the riding discipline saw Arthur go into the combined event with an 11-second advantage over Lee of Korea. It was a lead Arthur did not relinquish and he finished a comfortable 14 seconds clear of the silver medalist. Arthur, who finished in 8th place at the Rio Olympics had the following to stay after his win yesterday: “I was feeling pretty beaten up after the semi-final and I was worried my legs wouldn’t hold up, but I’m delighted. It’s a bit of an outer-body experience. “To make things even better my girlfriend medalled yesterday and this is the first time we have won individual medals at the World Cup so it’s a great result all round. “As you can see I’m pretty red in the face but thankfully my body held up today. We’ve come through some hard times and now the results are starting to show. “I’ll dust off my legs, get into the plunge pool and get ready for tomorrow’s Mixed Relay because we mean business.” Arthur and Natalya return to action tomorrow in the mixed event looking to add to their medal collection. Congratulations Arthur, what a phenomenal World Cup for Ireland
  13. Men's Football UEFA European Champions League 2017 - 2018

    Karius, showing how useless he is
  14. Ireland National Thread | An Bóthar go Tóiceo 2020

    History-maker Natalya wins silver at Modern Pentathlon World Cup Ireland's two-time Olympian, Natalya Coyle, made history yesterday by claiming Ireland's first ever medal at a Modern Pentathlon World Cup event. Natalya who finished 6th at the Rio Olympic Games, fenced superbly well and solid performances in the swim and riding discipline gave her a 10 second advantage over Katie French going into the combined event. However it was the Briton who eventually came out on top with Natalya holding on for a magnificent silver medal. Afterwards, Natalya expressed her delight at realising the first World Cup medal in her career and looks forward to the mixed event on Sunday where she competes alongside 2015 European Champion, Arthur Lanigan-O'Keeffe: "It was a really good day, I swam 2sec better than in qualifying, so that was great and then I fenced really well. That set me up and I was a bit nervous for the Riding because it didn't go very well in Los Angeles, but I only had some time penalties and that was great. That put me 1st in the Laser-Run and I ended up 2nd, so I am delighted. I've never won a senior individual medal before. Now I get to have a rest tomorrow while Arthur [Lanigan-O'Keeffe] competes in the Men's Final and I can't wait for the Mixed Relay." Congratulations Natalya, great to see the many years of hard work paying off
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