The US women’s team winger is a person of resolute character and motivated by morals.
The Canadian gold medallists talk to Eoin O’Callaghan about winning gold, maintaining a professional relationship and ignoring fan fiction.
Before he coached the Raptors to an improbable NBA title, Nurse honed his craft in the British Basketball League
Jimmy Holmes suffered a traumatic injury while on Ireland duty in 1979 and everything changed for him at the age of just 25.
'To have that taken away...I was annoyed and probably a little bitter': Richie Ryan on MLS anger and a new start
The former Sligo Rovers midfielder seemed set to feature in Major League Soccer with FC Cincinnati.
The former Ireland U-21 midfielder has enjoyed an inexplicably varied retirement but is now dedicating himself to horse racing.
The unlikely Raptors, led by the incredible Kawhi Leonard, face the Golden State Warriors in Game 1 of the NBA Finals tonight.
Former Republic of Ireland international Ciara McCormack and a litany of her former club team-mates have made extensive allegations against an ex-coach.
John Curtis was a Manchester United youngster back in 1998 when the side played out a Champions League classic against Barcelona at the Camp Nou.
Espionage, glory and an Irish past: the absorbing, thrilling but forgotten tale of a sporting legend
Cork-born Duncan Hamilton was a key figure during a glorious era of motorsport and even won the iconic Le Mans race in 1953.
Always dreamed of owning a football team? The story of the latest club trying to shake up the system
Chattanooga FC have already raised $650,000 from 2000 investors in 20 countries around the world, including Ireland.
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.