Alain Kohl of Luxembourg dives during the third stop of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series in Portugal. Pic: AP Photo

VIDEO: Steven LoBue victorious in Portugal leg of Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series

After a spectacular event on Inis Mór last month, the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series moved to another picturesque location - the Azores in Portugal. This story is enriched with multi-media content


Nibali in company of greats

Vincenzo Nibali completed victory in the 101st Tour de France in Paris yesterday as Marcel Kittel won the final stage on the Champs-Elysees-


No excuses for tough reversal, says Perez

Boxing: Mike ‘The Rebel’ Perez wasn’t making any excuses for his defeat in New York on Saturday night.


Mercedes pair in new row

Formula One: Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg face clear-the-air talks with their Mercedes bosses during Formula One’s summer break after a team orders affair overshadowed a sensational Hungarian Grand Prix.


Comfortable Commodores’ Cup victory for Ireland

Sailing: It was the title defence that should have been two years earlier but the weekend nevertheless brought Ireland’s second victory in Cowes at the Brewin Dolphin Commodores’ Cup-


Patterson dethrones White for fine Imokilly Rally win

Motorsport: A strong performance over the first run of the stage paved the way for Lisburn’s Wesley Patterson (Ford Escort) and his co-driver Johnny Baird to claim victory in the Cloyne-based AceSigns-sponsored Imokilly Single Stage Rally.


In-form Macaulay edges out Reilly in final metres

Cycling: The in-form Ali Macaulay of Phoenix CC took victory at the end of yesterday’s feature race on the Irish cycling calendar, the Brendan Campbell Memorial in Donore.


Barry set for break after Irish Open semi-final exit

Tennis: Sam Barry will take a three week break to recharge his batteries after his semi-final exit in the Irish Men’s Open.


Griffin disappointed at narrowly missing world 800m final place

Karl Griffin narrowly missed out on a place in the 800m final at the World Junior Track and Field Championships in Eugene, Oregon on Saturday finishing fourth in his semi-final in 1-49.97-


Desmond and Duncan deliver

Over 500 competitors from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales featured at the Home Internationals at the National Rowing Centre, Cork on Saturday-

Leopold Konig holds his right arm as  Benat Intxausti, at rear, is helped up after a group of riders crashed near the end of yesterday's 19th stage of the Tour de France from Maubourguet to Bergerac. Picture: AP

No Tour let-up for Nibali

Vincenzo Nibali has vowed to "honour the yellow jersey" by going all out for stage victory in today’s time trial on the penultimate day of the Tour de France.

Mike Perez: Hailed Andy Lee as "a great guy".

Lee backs Perez to set up title shot

Andy Lee is backing Mike ‘The Rebel’ Perez to seal his bid for a WBC World Heavyweight Championship title shot in New York tonight.

Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg pictured in March. Photo:Jon Buckle/PA Wire.

Rosberg admits Hamilton issues

Nico Rosberg appreciates his Mercedes bosses have endured a "very difficult" time handling his relationship with Lewis Hamilton this season.

Ireland's Catapult, owned by Marc Glimcher, enjoys a big lead passing the 16th century Hurst Castle while exiting the Solent. Picture: David Branigan/Oceansport

Catapult stretched but maintains lead

After 40-mile partial round the Isle of Wight race yesterday, Ireland’s team in the Brewin Dolphin Commodores’ Cup enter today’s single final with their overall lead shaved by just five points.

he start of race four with Ireland's Antix in a clear position in the middle of the fleet on the fifth day of racing in the Brewin Dolphin Commodores' Cup at Cowes, yesterday. Picture: David Branigan/Oceansport

Irish crews wary in Cowes

Today is make-or-break day for the Irish squad at the Brewin Dolphin Commodores’ Cup in Cowes.

A young girl   paints a picture of cyclists as the peloton, led by  Australia's Simon Gerrans, passes  during the 16th stage of the Tour de France yesterday. Picture: Christophe Ena/AP

Nibali leaves rivals to fight for scraps

Vincenzo Nibali wsays anted to show he was "the boss" in winning his fourth stage of the 101st Tour de France yesterday to all-but seal overall victory.