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Casey wins Claregalway 10k in fast time

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Top Irish international Mick Clohisey of Raheny Shamrock AC stormed home to win the 31st annual Claregalway 10k road-race on Saturday.

King of the ring - Ward secures third European crown

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Moate slugger Joe Ward claimed an unprecedented third European gold medal last Saturday at the European Championships in Kharkiv, Ukraine.

Young Galway basketballers selected for Ireland

Three Galway basketball players have been selected on the Ireland U20 men's team to train ahead of the European Championships.

High hopes for cross country runners

Galway teams will attempt to retain their national cross country team titles on Sunday at the national championships in Abbotstown, Co Dublin.

Celine is the queen of swing

Celine King, Castlebar, won gold at the IUKL World Kettlebell Lifting Championships in Kazakhstan over the Halloween weekend. Celine is a member of the Irish International Kettlebell team. The 12 strong Irish team brought home eight golds, two silver and a bronze from Kazakhstan.

Some parents and coaches need to cop themselves on

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Answer this honestly; and no hiding here please.

Parents and coaches need to cop on

Answer this honestly. And no hiding here please.

Some parents and coaches need to cop themselves on

 

Thornton still targeting Rio improvement

Galway athlete Gary Thornton suffered disappointment in the weekend's Prague marathon, failing to improve his Rio qualification time.

Quinn is going for gold this summer

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Castlebar's Nicholas Quinn will join Fiona Doyle, Shane Ryan and diver Oliver Dingley in going forward for selection for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games having gone under the FINA (International Swimming Federation) Olympic A time in Eindhoven on Sunday last. Quinn swam an impressive 2:11.24 in the 200m breaststroke, almost half a second under the qualification time of 2:11.66. The Castlebar native who trains and studies at the University of Edinburgh progressed to Sunday’s final in 2:13.27, just off his personal best of 2:13.04, but a commanding performance in the final saw him smash that time to claim gold and a ticket to Rio.

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