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The one-time Irish wonderkid now back at Liverpool
Once considered Ireland’s next big thing, Richie Partridge on how his failure to make it as a top-level footballer opened up a new path.
'Pretty mentally tough' Tony Finau confounded logic to power round Augusta after horrific ankle injury
Wolverine-like recovery powers are the only way of explaining how the 28-year-old shot 68 on his Masters debut a day after dislocating his ankle.
'When you're under pressure, who stands up and who doesn't fold?': Kiss hails lasting Lealiifano impact
The Australian playmaker, “a warrior through and through”, bade farewell to Belfast ahead of his return to the Brumbies later this month.
'Rape can happen to anyone - we need to listen to people's stories'
A new documentary sees four women talking openly about their rapes and sexual assaults.
'The way I faced up to my blindness and paralysis was just replicating what I'd learned through sport'
We caught up with two-time Commonwealth medallist, adventurer and cure for paralysis activist Mark Pollock.
Sorry, but it's unlikely you'll ever beat the world record for this game
The new world record for Donkey Kong is 1,218,000 and it’s very unlikely anyone will surpass it.
The Nokia 3310 is going to get its own emoji soon
It’s part of Finland’s tourism board releasing its own set of themed emojis.
Motorola claims this phone's screen won't shatter if you accidentally drop it
Good news for those of you out there who are really clumsy.
Mark Pollock: Get involved and help in the quest to find a cure for paralysis
The inspirational adventurer explains why he is an ambassador for this weekend’s Wings for Life World Run.
The 1930s: When a naked, glass woman could upset the government
This piece by artist Harry Clarke was prevented from being sent to Europe.
This guy tried to destroy a €7 IKEA table but failed spectacularly
Proving once and for all that Swedish furniture products are indestructable.
Heaslip injury relief for Leinster as Marty Moore gets set for comeback
The Leinster captain was forced off in the first half against Ulster last weekend.
My 2014: I met the Taoiseach, President Obama, and put spinal injuries on the global agenda
I may no longer be the adventure athlete I was before I broke my back, but I am now an explorer searching for a cure for spinal cord injuries.
Unbreakable: The Mark Pollock Story inspired the whole country last night
The documentary aired on RTÉ One last night.
5 sports documentaries worth watching on telly over Christmas
The stories of Crazy Gang, Mark Pollock, Kauto Star and and young London GAA club are all explored in films being shown during December.
'You look forward, not back!' - Mark Pollock on trying to fast-track a cure for paralysis
The Belfast native chats to us about his new film and inspiring thousands of people to run.
"Your next adventure is this": The incredible Mark Pollock story to hit big screen
The Irishman’s rollercoaster life – and Unbreakable spirit – the subject of feature documentary.
Watch: A smartphone that can heal itself when scratched
The LG G Flex’s self-healing cover means it can fix any light scratches it gets within minutes.
It would be devastating if Leinster lost the Pro12 Final - Cian Healy
The prop insists all excitement of a Lions call-up has been shelved until his team wins a double this weekend.