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Ireland's Aidan Walsh presented with Olympic bronze medal
The 24-year-old made it to the presentation on crutches today.
Simone Biles caps remarkable return with Olympic bronze in beam final
The American was back competing after withdrawing early in the women’s team final last week, citing a desire to protect her mental health.
Jessica Springsteen hoping to boss Tokyo Equestrian Park on Olympic debut
The American showjumper is the daughter of Bruce Springsteen and Patti Scialfa.
Olympic Breakfast: Kellie Harrington becomes Ireland's latest medalist in Tokyo
Here’s what you missed while you were sleeping…
Warholm storms to world record in hurdles epic, Mihambo takes long jump gold
The 25-year-old recorded an incredible time of 45.94 seconds.
Kellie Harrington wins quarter-final to secure Olympic bronze medal
The Dubliner was too strong for Algeria’s Imane Khelif.
Leon Reid through to 200m semi-finals but disappointment for Marcus Lawler
The two Irish sprinters were out in the 200m heats this morning.
'The hardest thing I've ever done' - Billy Walsh laments role in eliminating Kurt Walker from Olympics
Walsh drafted Walker into Ireland’s High Performance Unit as a 17-year-old in 2012, but trained Duke Ragan to victory over the Irishman in Tokyo.
Transgender weightlifter Hubbard out of Olympic final
The 43-year-old New Zealander made history in becoming the first female transgender Olympian.
Sifan Hassan on course for unprecedented treble as she secures 5,000m gold
The Dutch runner is also aiming for gold in the 1500m and 10,000m events.
Top-15 finish for Austin O'Connor in individual eventing final as Team Ireland finish eighth
O’Connor was the only member of the Irish team to make the final.
Poland grants humanitarian visa to Belarus Olympic sprinter
Runner Krystsina Tsimanouskaya plans to seek political asylum in Poland.
'It sucks' - Canada shock USA to reach Olympic women's football final
Defeat ended the Americans’ 36-match unbeaten run against Canada.
Simone Biles to return for tomorrow's beam final at the Olympic Games
The American has withdrawn from the all-around final and three of the four apparatus finals, but will make another appearance in Tokyo.
Irish diver Oliver Dingley bows out in Tokyo
The Irish diver’s form deserted him at the Aquatics Centre as he scored 335 overall.
Olympic Breakfast: Irish heartbreak and Dutch miracle comeback on the track
Three Irish athletes were eliminated in the heats on Monday morning.
Hassan keeps Olympic treble hopes alive after remarkable comeback
The 28-year-old 1500 and 10,000m world champion recovered despite falling to the ground during the race.
Phil Healy runs season's best time but misses out on semi-finals
The Cork native crossed the line with a time of 23.21.
US shot putter Saunders in first Olympic podium protest
The 25-year-old African-American athlete crossed her arms in an “X” gesture during Sunday’s medal ceremony.
'I picked up a little bit of a niggle. I wonder did that take my edge off'
Ciara Mageean did not qualify for the semi-finals of the women’s 1,500 metres.
Disappointment for Team Ireland as Mageean and Healy fail to qualify for 1500m semi-finals
It was a disheartening morning on the track for Team Ireland.
In pics: Emotional scenes as Ireland's Olympic rowing heroes return home
What a day!
'There had been four female Irish Olympian medallists and we doubled that number in one race'
Ireland’s bronze-medal wining rowers have returned home.
'The world will see him crowned, just not today' - McClenaghan's time will come after Olympic heartbreak
‘It feels like the beginning of something very special,’ says the 22-year-old, with his ‘head held higher than ever’.
Appeal fails as Thomas Barr falls short of Olympic final spot in 400m hurdles
Ireland had lodged an objection against Italy’s Alessandro Sibilio.
'There’s nothing special about us and a lot of hard work can get you there'
Paul O’Donovan and Fintan McCarthy retuned home today after their stunning Olympic success.
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.
Barshim and Tamberi on a high in rare Olympic athletics share of gold
It is the first time since 1912 that an Olympic track and field event gold has been shared.
Bingtian runs Asian record to book 100m final spot while US medal hopeful bows out
Su Bingtian shattered his previous best to progress to the final.
'I'll come back a better gymnast and a better man' - Devastation for Rhys McClenaghan in pommel horse final
The Irishman fell during his routine, finishing seventh and missing out on a medal.
Dressel wins fifth gold as McKeon makes Olympic history
The American machine earned the title of world’s fastest swimmer.
French boxer stages sit-in protest after Olympic 'injustice'
Mourad Aliev was disqualified in the second round against Britain’s Frazer Clarke for an alleged headbutt.
Simone Biles withdraws from women's floor final
Biles’ return to the Games is looking increasingly unlikely.
Mixed results for Ireland's eventing team after challenging cross-country phase
Ireland are in eighth place overall.
Rory McIlroy agonisingly misses out on Olympic bronze medal in marathon play-off
The Irishman was knocked out on the third hole of a dramatic shoot-out in Tokyo.
Olympic Breakfast: McIlroy beaten in dramatic medal play-off on anything but a super Sunday for Team Ireland
Catch up on what you missed overnight in Tokyo.
Disappointment for Irish duo in steeplechase
Michelle Finn and Eilish Flanagan both missed out on the final of the women’s 3,000m steeplechase.
Kurt Walker narrowly beaten by American opponent in medal fight
Walker narrowly lost his quarter-final to American Duke Reagan.
Aidan Walsh forced to withdraw from Olympic semi-final due to injury
The Belfast boxer will still return home with a bronze medal.
'I was told I would need surgery. It would be three or four months until I walk again'
Great Britain’s Dina Asher-Smith opened up about her heartbreaking injury after her exit from the Olympics 100m.