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Monday 25 September 2023 Dublin: 16°C

# Sailing

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An Olympic hero will lead Dublin's St Patrick's Day parade
Murphy said the appointment was an honour.
Irish Olympic sailor Saskia Tidey switches to Team GB ahead of Tokyo 2020
Having represented Ireland at Rio, she qualifies to race for Britain through her father.
'If I don't laugh, I'll cry' - Irish sailor O'Coineen dismasts on Vendee Globe
The Irishman was positioned 6,600 nautical miles behind the French leader.
Irishman in round-the-world race without navigation system after loss of computer
Enda O’Coineen is now on his 45th day alone at sea.
'She kept her head. She was going to take that medal home if it killed her'
A silver lining for Annalise Murphy after the pain of London 2012.
'Shell-shocked' Annalise Murphy writes herself into Irish Olympic history
Fearless Murphy goes on the attack to claim first sailing medal since 1980.
She's done it! Annalise Murphy claims silver in women's laser radial sailing
It was a memorable day for the 26-year-old Dubliner.
Annalise Murphy told nobody but she came to Rio for this Olympic medal
After heartbreak four years ago, the sailor has a massive opportunity today.
Rio Olympics liveblog: Day 8
There’s a busy day in store for Team Ireland.
Belief but no expectations yet: Murphy family quietly proud of Annalise in her quest for Olympic glory
Nerves, lighting candles and solidarity diets – a family in pursuit of Olympic glory.
'Don't start thinking you've a chance until the last race': Flying start just the beginning, warns Annalise
Annalise Murphy sits second overnight after a battling performance on day two of the laser radial.
10 sports Brazil is pinning its medal hopes on at the Rio Olympics
From judo to archery, we’ve got you covered.
Olympic liveblog: Friday
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'It was a great time in my life, only about 20 other Irish people have ever done that'
Eight years after carrying the Irish flag at the Opening Ceremony in Beijing, Ciara Peelo looks back on the most surreal experience of her life.
The 20-year-old set to represent Ireland at the Rio Olympics
Sailor Finn Lynch discusses moving to Croatia after his Leaving Cert and his hopes for for the next few weeks of action in Brazil.
'I got very nervous when I was winning at the 2012 Olympics'
Irish sailor Annalise Murphy says she is more equipped to deal with pressurised situations now.
'He's a very strong person' - Olympics-bound Saskia Tidey on father's IRA kidnap ordeal
The former Quinnsworth supermarket boss was rescued from Derrada Wood, Ballinamore in Leitrim 33 years ago
Meet Ireland's Olympic team: Andrea Brewster and Saskia Tidey
The pair are flying under the radar in Rio – just the way we like it.
Meet Ireland's Olympic team: Finn Lynch
The Carlow Laser sailor will be the youngest Irish helmsman ever to compete at the Olympics.
John Twomey: Ireland's flag bearer will be competing at his 11th (!) Paralympic Games
“It’s a memory that I will cherish for the rest of my life.”
Ireland's Olympic representation grows as Tidey and Brewster secure Rio berths
Ireland has now qualified in four sailing events for this summer’s Olympics in Brazil.
Ireland's Annalise Murphy on great expectations, Rio’s unclean water and coping with light winds
The Irish sailor chats to The42 about her big year ahead.
Thousands of dead fish found near Rio's Olympic waters
Water pollution concerns are not easing with the Games just seven months away.
Kisses all round as LÉ Eithne sailors welcomed back home
It has also been reported this morning that Ireland is set to take in an additional 600 migrants over the next two years.
Ireland's Annalise Murphy qualifies for the 2016 Olympics
The Irish sailor will have a chance to improve on her fourth place finish at the 2012 Olympics.
Up to 97 people rescued as stormy weather hits Down sailing competition
The Dublin Coast Guard rescue helicopter was tasked to assist in the operation.
Ireland dominant on final day to secure second Commodores' Cup title
The Irish team have repeated their 2010 success in Cowes.
Ahoy! One of the world's largest tall ships arrives in Dublin
The Juan Sebastián de Elcano, the third-largest tall ship in the world, is staying over for five days.
Impressive World Cup silver medal for Irish Olympic duo Seaton and McGovern
The sailors finished just behind the Kiwi team of Peter Burling and Blair Tuke.
€25 million to be invested in Irish sport in 2014
€8.7 million will go to High Performance Sport.
Chinese Titanic museum will allow visitors to go down with the ship
The museum will take the shape of a replica Titanic.
Poll: Who should be the RTÉ Sports Person of the Year?
A galaxy of stars are up for the most prestigious award in Irish sports tonight.
WATCH: Six rescued from yacht in gale force conditions
The crew became stranded in Dublin bay just after six last night. A RNLI crew member with a headcam captured the rescue on video.
Meet the 14-year-old Irish girl who’s now a world champion in karate
Leeanne Royle spoke of how Katie Taylor inspired her to claim Ireland’s first-ever gold at the recent event.
‘I kind of felt like I was daydreaming’ – Annalise Murphy reflects on European gold triumph
The Irish sailor says she hopes her success “makes people realise that we can compete against the big countries”.
Ireland's Annalise Murphy secures Laser Radial European title
The 23-year-old’s finishes of second, third and first in today’s final three races confirmed her triumph.
In pics: Annalise Murphy makes the most of practice day in Dublin Bay
The Laser European and World Championships officially begin tomorrow.
Five teens rescued by RNLI after dinghy is swept away
The engine on a dinghy transferring a group to a yacht failed, stranding a group of teenagers in a ferry channel.
Man attempts to sail from Dorset to Ireland in an inflatable dinghy...
… gets severely sunburnt and has to be rescued. Was it ever going to end well?
In pictures: Kearney celebrates Lions call by sailing up a storm in Sydney
The fullback was the only Irish Lion let off the leash before Saturday’s big match.