Global job site and Olympic Federation of Ireland sponsor Indeed has celebrated one year until the 2020 Tokyo Olympics with the launch of a new #TalentUnleashed campaign. Olympic ambassador and 400m hurdler Thomas Barr was at the company’s HQ yesterday … Continue reading
The issue of GAA funding for Dublin is one that is guaranteed to raise the temperature among commentators. It was the backdrop to our appearance on this week’s edition of the popular Blue is the Colour Podcast from Barry Fennell of Hill 16 Army. Continue reading
The FAI and UEFA will today publish a new report into the social value of football across Europe.
As part of the partnership over 150 Vodafone employees from the company’s graduate programme, all the way to CEO Anne O’Leary have signed up for this year’s event and wil be prepared to take part by Carolyn Hayes. Continue reading
Scott Graham is leaving Teneo to become the new Marketing and Communications Manager at Cycling Ireland. Continue reading
EirGrid is backing up its sponsorship of the GAA with the launch of a new award to recognise the Managerial Moments In Time that capture the public’s imagination and light up the All-Ireland Football and Hurling Championships.
At a time when Sporting Governance is front and centre stage Gymnastics Ireland has delivered on a three-year programme to entirely change its own approach to governance, during which time it has emerged as one of the strongest sports in the country Continue reading
Horse racing is a sport based on speed and Horse Racing Ireland and the Curragh Racecourse proved that to be just as much the case off the track as on it yesterday. Only ten days after Derek McGrath revealed he … Continue reading
With temperatures set to rise this week and the full summer season getting ready to kick in hundreds of thousands of impressionable young children will be getting active in summer camps across a bewildering range of sports and on almost … Continue reading
This evening in Dublin Rob Hartnett from Sport for Business will record this week’s edition of the popular Hill 16 Army Podcast looking at the question of how much of Dublin’s current dominance at Senior Football level is down to its financial strength and the way in chich central funding from the GAA is distributed.