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This month
July 2024
Girmay wins again as Tour de France remembers de Gaulle
Last year
2023
Tras Honan, the first and only woman to serve as Seanad Cathaoirleach, dies aged 93
Veteran US Democratic senator Dianne Feinstein dies aged 90
Hannah Dingley makes history, succeeding Duncan Ferguson at Forest Green
All time
The ex-Ireland international who refuses to watch the 2022 World Cup
Stephanie Frappart to become first woman to referee match at men’s World Cup
'Pinch me' - ex-refugee Ali wins first Saudi women's boxing match in seconds
Hollie Doyle makes history becoming first female jockey to win French classic
History-making Girmay taken to hospital as champagne cork mars Giro win
How Ireland’s first-ever female manager thrived in spite of everything
The story behind the Premier League's most underappreciated trailblazer
'The togetherness of this nation is why I’m so proud to be here' - Ogbene aiming to inspire future generations
The unlikely Irish hero who changed the Ryder Cup forever
Tony Hawk samples Tokyo skatepark ahead of skateboarding's 'surreal' Olympic debut
Raiders star comes out as NFL's first openly gay player
'It's a huge honour...I want to inspire everyone else to follow their dreams'
Rebecca Welch makes history by becoming first female referee appointed to English Football League match
17 years ago, he was the first Nigerian to represent Ireland and wanted by Man City. Now, he has a new purpose
Tony Trabert, who produced one of the greatest seasons in tennis history, dies
13-time All-Ireland winner and Dublin camogie legend Úna O'Connor has died
Marian Finucane: A broadcaster who changed who we heard from - and what we were hearing
‘The truth is I’m not that attached to life’ - The forgotten female sports icon who defied the Nazis
Hoping to become the norm, Wexford camogie turmoil and dealing with All-Ireland club final loss
Ruth Bader Ginsburg helped change America - but her fight for gender equality hasn't been won
14 Irish walking trails to get the perfect smug Insta on
'I put myself in at a slightly lesser value in the hope someone will pick you up as a bargain buy'
Here's why Lena Waithe's MTV Award tribute to LGBTQ trailblazers is a must-see
'He played football that made us change the way we played against them'
First woman to ever compete in Boston Marathon runs again 50 years later
Tadhg Furlong 'an inspiration to the country folk' and Leinster team-mate Dooley
Louis Bookman: Solving the mystery of a revolutionary and pioneering sportsman
London 2012 unveiled quality of women's boxing to the world - Taylor
Welsh star Thomas retires from all forms of rugby