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# Full Steam Ahead

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Harrington takes gold at Olympic qualifiers with superb victory over British star Dubois
The Dubliner was a cut above the Englishwoman and will likely be named the top seed for Tokyo, leaving her two fights from an Olympic medal.
Nothing can stop Olympics from going ahead this summer, says IOC official
The Tokyo Games are due to start on 23 July, though polls show that most Japanese people support cancellation or another delay.
Re-elected IOC president Bach promises 'safe, secure' Tokyo Olympics
‘The question is not whether, the question is how these Olympic Games will take place.’
Good news in athletics circles as national championships to proceed as planned behind closed doors
The 148th consecutive edition of the championships kicks off at Santry’s Morton Stadium on Saturday.
'No need for any drastic decisions at this stage,' as IOC 'remains fully committed' to 2020 Olympics
The organisers released a statement this afternoon.
'Ruan told me I wouldn't regret it': Ulster's new South African recruit on moving north
Jean Deysel had no hesitation in joining Ulster after consulting with some of his former team-mates.
Leinster and Saracens players link with Lions to take NZ prep to next level
Warren Gatland has been keeping a close eye on New Zealand’s Super Rugby teams.
Explainer: What happens now the UK parliament will have to vote on Brexit?
It won’t stop Brexit, but Theresa May’s government won’t have it all its own way.
McMahon and O'Connor get green light to play in Dublin Mayo All-Ireland replay clash
The way is clear to get set for next Saturday’s showdown.
Finally the Galway hurling championship can continue after Turloughmore's last appeal fails
The controversy has hung over the Tribesmen club scene in recent weeks.
Luas Cross City line could be extended into the north of Dublin
This comes as part of a number of proposals by the NTA on creating better connections throughout the north of the city.
'We overdo highs and overdo lows': Mayo crisis talk an over-reaction, says Horan
Connacht champions out to improve on their semi-final showing and seal a fourth straight provincial crown.
The system works: McGee's not bothered by style labels
The Donegal full-back has hailed the bond within the squad as they approach the All Ireland final.
Government will ask TDs to ratify ESM Treaty this week
Bolstered by the Yes vote in the Fiscal Compact, TDs will vote this week on ratifying Ireland’s participation in the ESM.