Lebron James has done the seemingly impossible. No, that’s not make it out of the streets of Akron, Ohio, raised only by a single mother to become arguably the second greatest basketball player of all time … instead, he has managed to get better in year fifteen of his career. Better might be an overstatement,
Aileen Reid was highly tipped to do well at London 2012 but after a crash on her bike she finished 43rd. Gavin Hyland talks with the Olympic triathlete to find out how she rebounded from the disappointment of 2012. Having a disappointing Olympics would be enough to destroy anybody’s confidence but that is not how
Ireland will make cricketing history in May of next year when they take on Pakistan in their first ever Test match, it has been confirmed today. The news came after months of speculation and was finally confirmed at the International Cricket Council meeting in Auckland this week. “We are excited to welcome Pakistan to Ireland
Ireland rarely do things the easy way. Monday’s win in Cardiff was one of the most impressive away victories in the country’s history, probably the most impressive when you factor in that the game was win or bust. But it should never have come to that. Before Monday’s game, the campaign had threatened to become
Host Leo McGuinn is joined by his regular guests to discuss Ireland’s 2-0 win against Moldova, all the other football news, the Super-8s, and the latest from the NFL.
The increasingly popular bouldering scene has climbers addicted. Louise Carroll visits Gravity Climbing Centre to find out what all the fuss is about.