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# london-2012 - Tuesday 31 July, 2012
Ushering spectators requires a special type of humour….
The Kildare rider put in a brilliant performance to finish seventh in the individual eventing, won by Michael Jung of Germany.
The rower came up short in her single sculls quarter-final this morning.
Ireland’s eventing team finish fifth as Germany beat Team GB to gold.
‘It can’t get much better than this’, says the 22-year-old who must still navigate six races in the Women’s Laser Radial.
One man was found to have been selling tickets for £1,100 each.
Revisit all of the action from London as Team Ireland looked to build on yesterday’s strong showing.
Glandular fever has ended the Wexford swimmer’s Olympic Games.
The Korean Central News Agency has devoted more content to public reaction than it has to news of its athletes’ successes.
Here’s everything you need to know – apart from how many winners Dermot Weld will have in Galway today. Probably a lot.
Police in Dorset have arrested a 17-year-old in connection with the abuse aimed at the Olympic diver
What to see and what to skip? When are the Irish in action? Here’s our guide to all the action on day four in London.
# london-2012 - Monday 30 July, 2012
The Chinese prodigy has insisted she won fairly after concerns were raised about her incredible performance.
There were a number of big surprises and some good news for Team Ireland today.
There was an Olympic-sized controversy on the piste in London this evening.
Twitter has suspended the account of the Independent’s Los Angeles bureau chief Guy Adams, days after he criticised NBC’s London Olympics 2012 coverage.
Yes, the weekend may be over, but the Olympic Games are just warming up. Here is all the good stuff that unfolded on Day Three.
Judo, diving, defeat and deckchairs. Here are the best images from day three of the Olympic Games in London.
A number of encouraging results have flowed in from Weymouth. Long may it continue.
The 27-year-old Antrim paddler had it all to do before her second run but she turned in a stunning performance, hitting just one gate and notching a time of 108.99.
“I’m getting goosebumps just thinking about it now,” the Dubliner admitted after a memorable reception at Wembley.
The 16-year-old swim girl swam faster than the men’s champion Ryan Lochte in the 400m individual medley.
“I feel that injustice was done, that I was robbed. What can I say, I could be wrong. God will be my judge,” Boukouvala said.
The swimmer, who won bronze in the pool on Sunday, has tempered the gold medal ambitions of Team GB supporters.
The 22-year-old led throughout the race and finished 15 seconds ahead of her nearest rival.
Michelle Obama hugs the entire, new Dream Team and Sycerika McMahon is studying a South African sensation closely.
The 17-year-old finished third in her heat in the 200m Individual Medley, but narrowly missed out on a semi-final spot.
The Swiss rider crashed heavily while in contention for a medal in the men’s road race on Saturday injuring his shoulder but crucially avoiding fracturing his collarbone.
The 320 beds will have all lights and wiring removed before they are donated to hospitals in Tunisia.
Cork and Kilkenny march on, the details for next weekend’s Gaelic football and a little event in London. It’s all here.
The parents of US gymnast Aly Raisman had a tough time watching their daughter compete at the Olympics.
What to see and what to skip? When are the Irish in action? Here’s our guide to all the action on day three in London.
Scotland Yard insists there is no security issues surrounding the latest Olympics-related gaffe.
# london-2012 - Sunday 29 July, 2012
The Enniscorthy welterweight won all three rounds against his Ecuadorian opponent tonight.
More shocks in the pool on a day when Team GB got their first medals and Team Ireland showed green shoots of promise.
Donegal’s Chloe Magee had a straight-sets win in her opening match of the women’s badminton singles.
There was need to rush around the Olympic Park, we are bringing you all the big news from London (and beyond) as the Games continue at pace.