YearInReview 2017

Daniel Storey reviews the football year.

The story behind our sports picture of 2017

The moment when Galway manager Micheál Donoghue met his father Miko for the first time after their All-Ireland hurling final victory over Waterford, as captured by Morgan Treacy of Inpho, has been selected as the Irish Examiner sports desk's picture of the year.

The highs and lows of Irish football in 2017

The Irish football year was book-ended and overshadowed by the tragic deaths of Derry City skipper Ryan McBride and the young Shelbourne striker Izzy Desu, writes Liam Mackey.

Sport's words of the year for 2017

Columnists are flagging and the end-of-year audits are piling up; of moments, personalities, achievements, goals. But what of the commodity that keeps this whole operation going? How was 2017 for words, asks Larry Ryan.

Eimear Ryan: 2017 - A year when women made themselves heard

In sports, as in politics, we seem to have reached a tipping point. Now we are righteously angry, writes Eimear Ryan

The year that was in international sport in one interactive graphic

Paris St Germain sign Neymar from Barcelona for world record transfer fee of €222m.

Trump at centre of a year of turbulence and turmoil

The news alerts flowed in: An attack on a concert, a church, an ice cream parlour; an assailant wielding a gun or hammer or acid.

Let’s not stand still on what women in sport can achieve

Hortazelda Stadium in Madrid was an unlikely microcosm of the camogie world in 2017.

Stars we have said goodbye to in 2017

Many stars from the worlds of music, film and television were lost in 2017.

Final goodbyes: A look back on those we lost in 2017

As we head towards the final days of 2017 and begin to look ahead to the new year, we take a look at some of the global figures that we lost over the past twelve months.