To celebrate the Irish Examiner’s title sponsorship of this year’s Cork City Marathon, world champion and Irish Examiner columnist Derval O’Rourke is giving everyone who registers to take part in this year’s marathon a free 1-month membership to Derval’s new online health & fitness website Derval.ie.
This week I’m sharing some simple swaps to help us all become more environmentally aware and reduce our carbon footprints. I’m focussing on plant-based goodness for my recipe with a mixed bean curry and red lentil dahl.
Well-known sporting and television personalities have been recruited to take part in a series of talks aimed at helping secondary school children look after their mental health, nutrition and deal with risks posed by social media.
As the New Year approaches I know many of you are starting to consider health changes and this week I’m looking at if there is a perfect diet for long term health. Recipe wise it’s my stuffed peppers and fancy breakfast toast.
Medals have a habit of distracting attention, bright and shiny as they are, so to get a feel for the current state of Irish athletics after the European Championships in Berlin you have to step back from Thomas Barr’s brilliant bronze and look at the week as a whole.
This week I’m sharing some expert advice for new mums and mums to be. The advice comes from a wonderful lady who gave me some of the most practical advice during my pregnancy three years ago. Recipe wise, it’s my stuffed peppers plus a delicious celeriac salad.
Irish athletes face an uphill struggle at the World Athletics Championships, which kick off in London tomorrow. Fierce global competition and drugs are two obvious reasons but there are obstacles a lot closer to home, argues
Chairman of the Cork City Sports International Athletics Committee, Tony O’Connell, has been named the July ‘Cork Person of the Month’ for his work with Cork City Sports (CCS) over the decades.
Listening to Allison Wagner last week speak about the torment she suffered for many years after finishing second to Michelle Smith, we couldn’t help but think how there was more than one swimmer in that Atlanta pool 20 years ago who sadly lost perspective on what sport is supposed to be all about.