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Watch: Niamh McCarthy Takes Home Discus Gold In Berlin

Niamh McCarthy managed to obliterate the competition with a fantastic showing at the World Para Athletics European Championships in Berlin to take home gold. What a performance from the 24-year-old from Cork! Niamh McCarthy managed to lay down an impressive foundation back in May when she broke the European record in Rieti Grand Prix in Italy and when her time …

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Ciara Mageean Top Medal Hope On Last Day Of European Championships

Ciara Mageean will take to the track this evening in Berlin for the final of the 1500m event and will be hoping to win Ireland’s second medal at the championships after Thomas Barr’s heroic bronze on Thursday evening.  Mageean ran the ideal race in the semi-final earlier this week, finishing second behind Great Britain’s Laura Muir who is the favourite for …

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Heat Hampers Brendan Boyce Despite Valiant Performance

Ireland’s Brendan Boyce has finished in 19th place in the 50km race walk at the European Championships in Berlin.  In over 30-degree heat, the two-time Olympian produced a fine performance to finish with a time of just over four hours. With a huge amount of support behind him, Boyce was in a medal position at the half-way but dropped back with …

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The Rise Of A Club: Berlin Craves A Champions League Return

BERLIN - MARCH 23: Hertha Berlin fans during the German Bundesliga match between Hertha Berlin and Energie Cottbus held on March 23, 2003 at The Olympic Stadium, in Berlin, Germany. Hertha Berlin won the match 3-1. (Photo by Stuart Franklin/Getty Images)

Of the five big leagues in Europe (England, Spain, Germany, Italy and France), all have a team from the capital in the top three. London, Rome and Madrid have always been at the epicentre of their respective leagues. The clubs from these cities may often be overshadowed by rivals from other cities (Barcelona, Manchester, Turin) but they are consistent in …

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Syrian Refugees In Berlin Are Being Introduced To Hurling

Berlin’s first gaelic games club was founded in 2012 by Dublin native Colin Manning. The following year with the help of Kerry footballer, Chris Hennessy, the club began to expand. Due to the vast size of the city, the club split into two sides; Berlin GAA and Setanta Berlin, the latter focusing on families and kids. Despite the tragic passing …

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