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Tuesday 28 November 2023 Dublin: 4°C

# Showjumping

Last year
Ireland win Aga Khan in dramatic jump-off with France
It’s a first Irish win in the competition since 2015.
All time
Cian O'Connor narrowly misses out on medal jump-off in Olympic showjumping final
O’Connor and Kilkenny finish joint-seventh in Wednesday’s individual final.
Showjumper booted from Olympics after positive cocaine test
Jamie Kermond was kicked off the Australian Olympic team on Wednesday
Huge night as Ireland win team gold at the European Championships
A fantastic achievement!
Ireland's showjumpers deliver under pressure to win $100,000 Nations Cup in Florida
Cian O’Connor’s double clear steers Ireland to Ocala win.
He's going to need a bigger garage! Bertram Allen won THREE cars over the weekend
We’re not even one bit jealous.
'There's no reason why I can't win a gold medal'
Greg Broderick tells The42 that himself and MHS Going Global can have a big impact in Rio in the coming days.
'A very difficult decision': Ireland's top showjumper Bertram Allen not picked for Olympics
Team manager Robert Splaine chooses in-form Greg Broderick for Rio place.
One of Ireland’s best Olympic medal hopes taking great expectations in his stride
With Rio 2016 just a few months away, The42 chats to one of the individuals with the weight of a nation on his shoulders.
Cian O'Connor leads Ireland to showjumping glory in Florida
Conor Swail (Down), Shane Sweetnam (Cork) and Richie Moloney (Kilkenny) were also part of the victorious Irish side.
Cian O'Connor loses appeal over bizarre incident which cost Ireland Olympic qualification
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has ruled out overturning results after a staff member ran out onto the course at the European Championships.
Remember Dolly? There may not be another as EU steps closer to full cloning ban
EU lawmakers backed calls to tighten up a proposed ban on cloning animals.
Irish teen Bertram Allen finishes third at the World Cup Final in Vegas
Olympic champion Steve Guerdat did just enough to hold off the Wexford teen.
Ireland's teenage showjumping star still has a great chance of winning the World Cup final
Bertram Allen and Molly Malone are still in the medal positions after the second round in Las Vegas.
‘Doctors told me I’d never walk again. Now I’m competing for a place at the Paralympics’
Irish showjumper Emma Cahill suffered a life-altering accident four years ago.
John Gilligan's former estate back in business as elite showjumping centre
The site has been refurbished and is holding qualifiers for the Irish Masters this weekend.
Irish teenager has the ride of his life AND wins €50,000
‘Trip to Las Vegas for me, sugar lump for you’.
Irish showjumping mourns the loss of two fierce competitors
Damien Gardiner and Joan Salmon represented Ireland at the Atlanta Olympics and Paralympics in 1996.
“I’m going to keep fighting. Keep ticking away” – Gardiner on cancer battle
The Irish Olympian has been diagnosed with terminal cancer but is trying to stay as positive as possible.
Germans give Cian O'Connor a Golf GTI but he gifts it to "Frenchy"
The Irishman, who won at bronze medal at London 2012, was ultra generous to his long-time groom.
Ratoath homecoming for Olympic duo
Celebrations to welcome home Cian O’Connor and Natalya Coyle are planned in the County Meath village tonight.
Confusion reigns over no homecoming for Ireland's Olympic athletes
There will be no official event for Team Ireland when they arrive back tomorrow afternoon – but no-one is quite sure why.
O'Connor adds surprise bronze to Ireland's medal tally
Meath-based rider Cian O’Connor gave Ireland its first official medal of London 2012 with a bronze-winning performance in showjumping.
Cian O’Connor jumps clear into final round
The Meath-based rider will have a shot at a medal in this afternoon’s second jump at Greenwich Park.
O'Connor progresses to semi-final of showjumping event at London 2012
The Meath horseman will compete in a 45-strong field at Greenwich Park on Monday.
Twomey and O'Connor jump into round two
The Irish riders have qualified for the second round of the Olympic showjumping event.
London 2012: Denis Lynch appeal dismissed by CAS
The rider was hoping to be reinstated after he was dropped from Ireland’s Olympic showjumping team.
London 2012: Introducing... Cian O'Connor
The man who needs little introduction.
Denis Lynch hits out at Horse Sport Ireland after Olympic dream is ended
The Tipperary showjumper has had particularly harsh words for Team Manager Robert Splaine, one of the man who decided he should be replaced.
Drama at the RDS as Great Britain trump Ireland to take Aga Khan
The Irish team have been narrowly beaten by Great Britain in a jump-off to decide the destination of this year’s Nations’ Cup.