Kane Bags Second World Record

Irish athlete Sinead Kane, with the support of Allianz Ireland, has landed a second Guinness World Record and became the first female athlete to run four marathons back to back. Running on a treadmill the blind Cork Marathon Woman covered … Continue reading

Business, Sport, Politics and Community

One of the benefits of being a sporting nation is that the importance of sport reaches up to the highest levels of Government.  It’s not only for the big games in the shiny stadia either. Earlier this week An Taoiseach … Continue reading

Half Time, Second Chance

“Everybody deserves the opportunity to transform their life.” That’s a simple statement but it can be tougher to make it a reality for people who have struggled at an earlier stage of life. Philly McMahon has had a stellar career...


Golden Moments in Kerry

“It’s much more about having a great time than securing a fast time.” those words of this year’s Chairman of the Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle, Tony Daly, are an indication that this event is much more to do with...


Healthy Approach to a Healthy Nation

Irish Life Health launched the results of its Schools Fitness Challenge yesterday and Managing Director Jim Dowdall was proud of the increasing impact and the clear evidence of health benefit that the challenge is encouraging. The third biggest player in...


New Chair for Special Olympics Ireland

Special Olympics Ireland has appointed Brendan Whelan as chairperson of the Board. Whelan takes over from Terry Buckley, CEO of Clear Channel Ireland who was chairperson from December 2015. As with all of Special Olympics Ireland Board roles, the position … Continue reading

Bohs Make Three for Inaugural Amputee League

Bohemians FC have become the third team in the SSE Airtricity League of Ireland to confirm they will take part in fledgeling Amputee League set to get underway in the coming weeks. Cork City and Shamrock Rovers are also on board with … Continue reading

Sleeping Out This Weekend

Spare a thought this weekend for homeless people across the country and if you are passing make sure to lend your support and your change to the players from across the world of Gaelic Games who will be sleeping out … Continue reading

What’s your Christmas Goal?

One of the sporting traditions of Christmas is to run the Goal Mile before sitting down to ‘carve the roast beast’ The charity raises money for those most in need around the world and this is one of its biggest … Continue reading

Basketball Looks to Wellbeing with Pieta House

Basketball Ireland has announced a new collaboration with Pieta House which will see the charity providing support and learning about mental fitness issues to members of the Irish international squads from Regional academy level through to Senior squads. Pieta House … Continue reading