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This month
March 2023
# Exceeding expectations
McElhinney finishes fourth in 3000m final as Lavin places sixth at European Indoors
Sarah Lavin finished sixth in the 60m hurdles final.
All time
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Italy's Lamont Marcell Jacobs storms to victory in 100m Olympic final
The Texas-born sprinter clocked 9.80 seconds in Tokyo to clinch the title.
# balineen bullet
'She didn't realise she was that talented' - how a Cork bullet became Ireland's fastest woman
Phil Healy is ready for her first Olympic Games. This is how she got on track.
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Christian Coleman sends early 100m message to rivals
It was an action-packed start to the World Athletics Championships in Doha.
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Kenyan marathon master Kipchoge smashes world record
It was the largest single improvement on the marathon world record since Derek Clayton improved the mark by 2:23 in 1967.
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Public bins for getting rid of drugs are being rolled out up North, but could they be introduced here?
Ireland is due a new National Drugs Strategy next year.
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Connacht magician Matt Healy hoping for Ireland's call to South Africa
The 27-year-old Dubliner trained with Joe Schmidt’s squad last month.
# Dublin
New 'Luas on rubber wheels' could cut commute times by almost 40 per cent
Three special ‘Bus Rapid Transit’ routes could be built at a cost of up to €650 million. It’s planned the first will be between the city centre and Swords.
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VIDEO: Quick-fire Walcott lifts Arsenal into third
The effort has been officially confirmed as the fastest Premier League goal of the season.
# Ageing
Concern for elderly health over budget cuts
Older people are more likely to spend more nights in hospital and to visit the GP, a TILDA study found.
# Funding
TD says Hogan has neglected scheme for disadvantaged urban areas
The Minister has said the phasing out of city council and development boards will have implications for the programme.