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# Stance

This year
Ladies' football and camogie panels to play rest of 2023 championship 'under protest'
A statement was released via the GPA and a landmark press conference took place in Dublin.
Ladies football and camogie panels to play rest of 2023 championship 'under protest'
A statement was released via the GPA and a landmark press conference took place in Dublin.
Asian Olympic chiefs say Russians can take part in Asian Games
The International Olympic Committee had said yesterday that a return for Russians at the 2024 Paris Games should be “further explored.”
Last year
'I think it was a big mistake' - Roy Keane criticises decision to scrap One Love armbands
Speaking to ITV ahead of the Wales v USA game, the former Ireland captain insisted players should have “stuck to their guns.”
Verstappen accuses Sky Sports of being ‘disrespectful’ after Mexican boycott
Red Bull refused to address Sky on Sunday, where Red Bull and the world champion driver were again victorious.
Want to learn something about rugby's values? Listen to Jack Dunne, not Qatar's dollar
The URC struck a deal with Qatar Airways this week but Qatar’s human rights record should stop the league ever sanctioning a match in that country.
Robert Lewandowski drops Chinese sponsor amid Ukraine crisis
According to Polish media, the decision is linked to an article in the British daily Daily Mail.
All time
LeBron James urged to rethink vaccine stance
In comments ahead of the All-Star Game last weekend, the Los Angeles Lakers superstar would not say whether he planned on getting vaccinated.
'I’m still more a person of Jesus' - Billy Vunipola explains why he won't take a knee
The England and Saracens number eight says elements of the Black Lives Matter movement go against his beliefs.
'I will not take the knee' - Leclerc and Verstappen confirm split among F1 drivers
The Ferrari driver said it ‘does not mean at all that I am less committed than others in the fight against racism.’
UK Athletics board changed stance on Alberto Salazar
A report found that performance staff at the organisation lobbied the organisation not to sever ties with American coach.
Wiggins lashes out against 'ludicrous' calls to make TUEs public
It’s been a difficult week for the former Tour de France winner.
Jurgen Klopp refuses to answer question from The Sun journalist
It is unclear whether the manager’s decision is related to the paper’s coverage of the Hillsborough disaster.
'Disgraceful' - Russian doping whistle-blower barred from Rio Olympics
800m runner Yuliya Stepanova has been running under a neutral flag at recent events.
Cork-based Social Democrat dropped as mass reader over party's abortion stance
Ken Curtin has said that he intends to bring the issue to the Bishop of Cloyne William Crean.
'There is no room for not knowing': WRU issue strong warning after handing out two PED bans
The union has handed down bans of four and two years to players from the second tier SWALEC Division 1.
A Wallaby flanker made a stand against homophobic slurs at the weekend
David Pocock raised the issue with referee Craig Joubert during the Brumbies clash with the Waratahs.
Chelsea can't buy me with ticket, says racism victim
The man denied access to the Paris Metro by a group of the club’s fans would never consider attending their clash with PSG.
Martin still in discussions with Mater's Mercy Sisters over abortion law
The Mater Hospital said last year that it will comply with the Protection of Life During Pregnancy Act.
Ferdinand brothers set to shun FA's 'Kick It Out' initiative
Rio Ferdinand could be on a collision course with Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson, who says ‘all’ his players must wear the anti-racism t-shirts.