The Irish Times / Sport Ireland Sportswoman of the Year will be unveiled in Dublin City Centre today at one of the best and most celebratory events of the year. We take a look back over the achievements of the past twelve months and more. Continue reading
It is a mark of the historic nature of Dublin’s five in a row that they have finally made it to the top of the charts in the annual Teneo Sport and Sponsorship Index conducted to gauge public sentiment looking back on 2019 and forward into 2020. Continue reading
The winners of this year’s RTÉ Sport Awards were announced on Saturday with Shane Lowry scooping the main prize and having it presented to him by his Father Brendan.
The split at youth level is more biased towards girls which is an indication of the improvements in gender balance that have taken place in giving them the opportunity that would have traditionally been the preserve of boys. Continue reading
The standard reaction is that sure it’s great to be nominated but in this instance, it really is the case with the exploits and achievements of the individuals and teams celebrated on screen.
They got as warm a standing ovation as you would expect and they deserved when Pat Smullen and Ruby Walsh were honoured with the Irish Racing Hero Award at the Horse Racing Ireland Awards in Dublin last night. Continue reading
The shortlist of nominees contains six from individual sports and four from teams. It is an equal split between men and women. It represents the best of our sporting stars throughout the year.
Peter McKenna has been honoured with an Outstanding Contribution Award at the Irish Sponsorship Awards in Dublin. Continue reading
The winners of the Irish Sponsorship Awards for 2019 have been unveiled at Croke Park with Sport for Business members very much to the fore picking up no fewer than fouteen awards on the night. Continue reading
It was a room full of legends and magicians in the game of sports management but the announcement of Jim Gavin as this year’s Signify Sports Manager of the Year was hardly a surprise. We also learned about next year’s sports Capital Grants… Continue reading