Sport Ireland has published the 11th annual Sport Ireland Strategic, Planning, Evaluation and Knowledge (SPEAK) Report on the national network of Local Sports Partnerships (LSPs). The publication was preceded by meetings in Athlone and Portlaoise last week where representatives of … Continue reading
Sport for Business was live yesterday at the Federation of Irish Sport Annual Conference. The audience in the Edmund Burke Theatre at Trinity College included leadership from all the major sports in Ireland as well as those throughout the sector … Continue reading
It runs to 86 pages and provides one of the most important snapshots we could ask for in terms of how Ireland participates in sport. The Irish Sports Monitor is published every two years and draws on the insight of … Continue reading
A new round of Sports Capital Funding is expected to be announced as early as next month and is likely to be worth at least €25 million for projects around the country. Since 1998 the amount given over to the … Continue reading
The Federation of Irish Sport is to bring two time Olympian and current chief executive of Sport New Zealand, Peter Miskimmin, to Trinity College Dublin on May 31st for its Annual Conference.
Athletics Ireland is to act as the hub for the promotion and development of The Daily Mile initiative which was launched in Ireland this week on a pilot basis ahead of a full rollout in September. The initiative, developed in … Continue reading
Sport Ireland is to have its board bolstered with the appointment of three new directors. The Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport placed the advertisement seeking expressions of interest from candidates with very specific experience in finance, disability sport and … Continue reading
Sport Ireland completed a week of financial announcements yesterday with the unveiling of the 2018 investment package of over €6.07m to support the national network of Local Sports Partnerships (LSPs). A total of €6,074,333 will be allocated to support the … Continue reading
Sport Ireland has committed a total of €200,000 to Team Ireland Golf in a move warmly welcomed by the Confederation of Golf in Ireland.
Five Olympic and seven Paralympic Athletes are to get the maximum Sport Ireland funding of €40,000 this year after the individual grants were announced yesterday at the Sport Ireland National Sports Campus.