Katie O’Brien in Fine Form at Ireland Trial

Pararower Katie O’Brien (pictured) headed up the prognostic rankings on the first day of the Ireland trial at the National Rowing Centre today.  A bevy of the Olympic athletes followed the Galway woman at the head of the table for the six kilometre time trial....

Late Late Lines Them Up … And Misses the Target

Two Olympic gold medallists – Ireland’s first in rowing. The first Ireland women’s crew to make the breakthrough to Olympic success. All good talkers, with stories to tell. The Late Late Show had an open goal … and missed.  Ryan Tubridy did a cutesy piece with Kellie...

Ireland Women’s Four Make History With Olympic Bronze

“We have such a great time together!” said Aifric Keogh, and it kind of summed up a great morning for Ireland and Irish rowing.  Keogh, along with her sisters on the water, Eimear Lambe, Fiona Murtagh and Emily Hegarty had just taken a bronze medal in the four – the...