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Flying Dutchman delivers Rás stage victory in Mayo

It’s ‘as you were’ going into stage three of the An Post Rás today, as Sunday’s stage winner Nicolai Brochner-Nielsen managed to hold on to the yellow jersey by the skin of his teeth.

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GAA Podcast: Cork are back

Listen to an emotional Diarmuid O'Sullivan and a magnanimous Michael Ryan. Plus Michael Moynihan and John Fogarty’s reactions to a Semple Stadium epic. Plus Mayo’s David Clarke and reaction to the other games.

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BRIAN CANTY: Last Post as Moriarty goes down memory lane

It will be an An Post Rás full of nostalgia for one of the country’s most experienced riders next week as Eugene Moriarty lines up at the start in Dublin Castle for an incredible 20th time, writes Brian Canty.

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Darragh McElhinney eyeing Munster 1500m record

One of longest standing records in the history books could go today at the Irish Life Health/Munster Schools T&F at Cork IT if 16-year-old Darragh McElhinney maintains the brilliant form he has shown this season.

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GAA Show: Cork v Tipp to get championship up and running

Anthony Daly. John Fogarty, Tipp manager Michael Ryan and Munster Council chairman Jerry O'Sullivan as the GAA championship hots up.

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Kris Meeke and Keith Cronin need big results this weekend

There are certain similarities between Kris Meeke and Keith Cronin - both of whom need a strong result in their respective outings in this weekend’s rounds of the World Rally Championship and the British Rally Championship.

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Running with Rob (Week 6) - Utilising your family on race day

This week we look at how to make your family part of your race day team

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Attention turns to GCL in Madrid

Nations cups dominated last week’s show jumping headlines, but the international limelight over the next few days switches to the relatively new, mixed-nationality format that is the Global Champions League (GCL), writes Mike Dunne.

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GGGR programme going from strength to strength

As the Irish senior rowing team trains hard in Varese, Italy this week in preparation for the upcoming European Championships (May 26-28), the career cycle begins for many young and upcoming athletes back home, writes Sarah Dineen.

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