Canoeing Ireland have launched a new #BeActive Paddle Day which will take place on Saturday 26th of September as part of the European Week of Sport. The event aims to promote sport and physical activity by getting as many people … Continue reading
Canoe Slalom racer Liam Jegou has become the first Team Ireland athlete to be selected for the Tokyo Olympic Games this summer. Originally from Ballyvaughan in County Clare, Jegou has already stamped his mark on the international stage, winning silver … Continue reading
The Olympic Federation has chosen to highlight a number of those who will be competing in Tokyo 2020 through video content that they will be sharing across their own social media and marking each athletes and each sports achievement in getting to the Games.
The 60th Liffey Descent will take place on Saturday December 14th and to mark the occasion a new book outlining the history of the event was launched in Dublin’s City Hall over the weekend.
Ireland secured a first formal spot at the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo after the qualification of Pat O’Leary from the World Championships of Para Canoeing in Hungary. Continue reading
Canoeing Ireland has appointed Moira Aston to be its new CEO. She will take up the position at the beginning of December. Aston joins the organisation having worked at Athletics Ireland since 2007. She is currently the Director of Operations … Continue reading
Canoeing Ireland are looking to appoint a new Chief Executive Officer. The sport has performed well at high performance level in recent Olympic cycles with Eoin Rheinisch narrowly missing out on a medal at the London 2012 Olympics. There is … Continue reading
Olive Loughnane and Eoin Rheinisch gave an athlete’s perspective on the trials and benefits of a life in sport at the EU Conference on Sport held in Dublin last week. (Free Registration Required) Continue reading
Rheinisch, Craig and Griffin claim Lonodon 2012 spots as Taylor begins campaign in China Continue reading