The42's Eoin O’Callaghan has won the inaugural Investec 20×20 Media Award for his piece on Anne O’Brien.
Italian football legend Carolina Morace pays tribute to her late friend Anne O’Brien, a pioneering, revolutionary but unheralded icon.
It was 10 years ago when Federico Macheda burst on the scene at Old Trafford but it’s been a rocky road since.
'I went into that final thinking nothing could stop us': Simon Mason on Ulster, Ireland regrets and identity
The former full-back and goal kicker extraordinaire looks back on a famous Heineken Cup win 20 years ago.
The Dutchman’s tenure was far from thrilling but his belief in young players has paid dividends.
'I was an apprentice down the shipyard so it was just a privilege to be on the same field': Cruyff and the Irishman
How Bill Irwin from the Ards Peninsula in County Down ended up playing with and against football’s biggest stars.
'Football was her life - it was all she ever wanted to do': The revolutionary and unheralded Irish icon
Anne O’Brien was still a teenager when she made history and signed for Stade de Reims. The rest of her story is even more remarkable.
It’s January and no NBA team has won more games than the revamped Raptors. So why is everyone in Toronto worried?
'I'm really uncomfortable in my own skin, with my disabilities and putting them out there for the world to see'
Colin Lynch is a decorated Paralympian but 2018 was a relentless struggle as he faced up to his mental health problems and their origin.
'Did I fulfil my potential? Did I miss something? As a coach, I'm determined to be the best I can be'
Obsessing over tactics, technical elements and how to get the best from young players, Alan Maybury is inching closer to a management career.
'A lot of clubs can sell you a dream but they actually backed it up': the Irishman and his American dream
Dubliner Chris McCann was crowned an MLS champion earlier this month after Atlanta United delivered on all of the expectation.
What started out as a pub conversation between friends has morphed into a massively successful online enterprise.
The Canadian is one of the few women to have crossed the gender divide in professional sports. But her main focus is on winning.
John Delaney sees it as a ‘vision’ and a ‘pathway’ but there’s a degree of anxiety that’s impossible to shake.
Joe Waters was part of the Republic of Ireland side that faced Northern Ireland at Windsor Park at the height of The Troubles in 1979.