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Ronan O'Shea of Waterford Racing Club takes a tumble but still managed to finish the race on stage 5.

Rás home hopes fade in Donegal

It was coming for a few days and yesterday on the brutal Donegal terrain the An Post Rás was blown to pieces as overnight leader Matt Teggart lost the yellow jersey in bittersweet fashion.

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Some progress made on resolving insurance crux

Motorsport Ireland (MI) chief executive Alex Sinclair has described this week’s meeting with rally competitors in Athlone as “something positive” as officials seek solutions to a number of problems facing the sport.

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Running with Rob (Week 7) - Expert advice to get you over the line

It’s getting really close to race day now and nerves will be setting in. For a first time marathoner, the mental effort that goes into anticipating all the different scenarios that can happen can be exhausting.

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SARAH DINEEN: O’Donovan brothers gunning for more glory in Racice

Gary and Paul O’Donovan will be defending their European lightweight double sculls title at the 2017 European Rowing Championships this weekend, writes Sarah Dineen.

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Matt Teggart dreaming in yellow for An Post Rás

Ireland’s Matt Teggart can dare to dream as he leads the An Post Rás for the first time in his life with four stages to go.

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Kevin Durant and Golden State Warriors focus on their final task

Kevin Durant does not need to be told that Golden State Warriors should have a muted celebration after winning the Western Conference finals.

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Matthew Teggart blows race for yellow wide open

The An Post Rás burst into life yesterday as an Irish rider landed a first stage win of the week and the race for the yellow jersey was blown wide open.

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Paul Kennedy ‘relishing challenge’ ahead of team’s biggest test

Paul Kennedy is in line for his biggest team challenge to date when Ireland take on seven opponents in Friday’s important Division 1 Nations Cup of Italy in Rome.

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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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