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Tuesday 28 November 2023 Dublin: 6°C

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Kellie Harrington wins Olympic gold after triumph over Beatriz Ferreira
The Irish boxer beat the Brazilian with a unanimous decision victory.
Emily Kay recovers after chaotic start to finish 13th in women's omnium
There was carnage in the opening scratch race in Tokyo.
Kevin Seaward finishes 58th while Paul Pollock takes 71st in gruelling Olympic marathon
There was disappointment for Stephen Scullion who withdrew before the 20km mark.
Heartbreak for Natalya Coyle as unlucky horse draw derails Olympic medal hopes
Coyle finished in 24th place overall, with Britain’s Kate French winning gold.
Olympic Breakfast: Meadow in the medal hunt while 50km walk ends on a high
Catch up on all you need to know from the overnight action in Tokyo.
Meadow moves into medal contention but frustration for Maguire
Meadow shot a 68 and Maguire stuck a 70 at the Kasumigaseki Country Club.
Brendan Boyce claims top 10 finish while Alex Wright takes 29th place in Tokyo
It was a strong showing in stifling conditions from Boyce who clocked 3:53:40.
A childhood dream, allegiance switch and personal struggles: Emily Kay's long Road to Tokyo
’20 years of working every day with the dream of going to the Olympics, to finally achieve that was pretty incredible.’
Irish diver Oliver Dingley bows out in Tokyo
The Irish diver’s form deserted him at the Aquatics Centre as he scored 335 overall.
'We showed everyone that we can compete on an international stage and put it up to these bigger countries'
The Irish 4x400m mixed relay team finish eighth in the Olympic final this afternoon.
Irish sailors Robert Dickson and Sean Waddilove disqualified from today's races in Tokyo
The 49er team’s harness was deemed to be overweight.
Derek Burnett finishes in 26th place after second day of trap shooting
The Longford shooter concluded the event with a score of 118.
Olympic Breakfast: Paul O'Donovan and Fintan McCarthy secure gold for Ireland
The Irish pair saw off a strong German challenge to clinch first place on what was another busy day for Team Ireland.
'It is tough' - Ben Fletcher narrowly beaten by Khurramov
A second minute Waza-ari swung the contest for the Uzbekistan competitor.
'The race plan we had, we do it all the time and it seems to work out'
Paul O’Donovan and Fintan McCarthy secured Ireland’s second medal in Tokyo with victory in the men’s lightweight double sculls final.
McCarthy and O'Donovan make history with gold medal in Tokyo
The pair produced a brilliant performance to finish first in a time of 6:06.43.
Olympic Breakfast: Quartet get Ireland off the mark with bronze medal
It was a positive day for Ireland at the Sea Forest Waterway and Kokugikan Arena.
Tenth overall for Irish pair Doyle and Byrne after they finish fourth in B final
The pair crossed the line with a time of 6:16.89.
Olympic Breakfast: McSharry makes a splash but Irish captain bows out on day three
There was disappointment for the women’s hockey team and men’s rugby sevens but Mona McSharry has advanced to the 100m breaststroke final.
Irish women's hockey team go down fighting against awesome Dutch outfit
The Pool A tie finished 4-0 after a final quarter blitz.
Rhys McClenaghan posts strong score in pommel horse qualifier
The 22-year old was awarded a score of 15.266 by the judges in Tokyo.
Olympic Breakfast: joy and despair as Irish medal contenders get going
O’Donovan and McCarthy put down a marker but there was disappointment for medal hopeful Jack Woolley in the Taekwondo 58kg category.
Doyle and Byrne bounce back to progress into semi-finals
Elsewhere, Aileen Crowley and Monika Dukarska just missed out on automatic entry into the semi-finals.
Harrington and Irvine lead out Team Ireland for opening ceremony at near-empty Olympic Stadium
Just a few hundred officials and dignitaries were allowed into the 68,000-capacity venue.
‘We want that top spot’: The Co Down gymnast whose Olympic journey started in his back garden
Rhys McClenaghan, 22, will be unleashing his talent at the Tokyo Olympics. He’s the second focus in our new series with Indeed.
‘I’m ready to fight for a medal’: Sanita Puspure on her final shot at Olympic glory for Ireland
At 39, the world champion rower is hoping to banish the disappointments of the 2012 and 2016 Games by unleashing her talent in Japan.
No room for Sam Bennett as Ireland's Olympic road cycling team named
Dan Martin, Nicolas Roche and Eddie Dunbar were officially announced for the road race today.
First seven Irish athletes officially selected for Tokyo Olympics
Team Ireland has confirmed five marathon runners and two race walkers to compete at the Games.
Irish teenage sensation wins third medal of the week at European Championships
Para-swimmer Nicole Turner took silver for Team Ireland in SB6 100m Breaststroke.
Restrictions will make Tokyo the most challenging Games ever for athletes - Olympic Federation of Ireland chief
Peter Sherrard says the measures are about trying to minimise risk for those travelling to Japan.
McClenaghan qualifies in first place for European final as Irish hopefuls impress on Road to Tokyo
Meanwhile, there were PBs and national records aplenty at the Irish national swimmimg team trials.
'The best way to make us achieve and to bring home medals is for people to get behind us'
Tokyo-targeting Colin Judge and Martin Gordon hope Paralympics Ireland’s fundraiser helps them – and others – to The Next Level.
'It's brought people together' - The world champion boxer working in a hospital during the pandemic
Kellie Harrington is combining training with seven-day work weeks.
'It's not women's sport, it's just sport'
Jenny Egan reflects on her incredible journey – and looks at what’s yet to come on and off the water.
Quiz: How well do you remember Ireland at the Olympics through the years?
Let’s test your knowledge on Team Ireland at the summer Games.
'The first year at times was embarrassing. 'These guys won a World Cup and now they can’t even compete''
Mark Downey recalls the difficult journey that ultimately led to securing a spot at the Olympics.
Olympic Federation of Ireland considering whether athletes should suspend Tokyo 2020 training
They also believe the Olympics is ‘likely to be postponed’.
Team Ireland expect Olympic Games to go ahead in spite of coronavirus fears
OFI CEO Peter Sherrard acknowledged that the situation may change, but it’s business as usual at the moment.
'It's like cramming for an exam by the end of it!' - Six months to go as Team Ireland eye Tokyo 2020
The countdown is well and truly on to the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
Canoeist Liam Jegou becomes first Irish athlete formally selected for Tokyo Olympics
The Clare native won a race-off to earn the coveted nomination.