Delaney passport, new Conor McGregor, Mayo's final plans, Semenya rights
The jamboree has finally screeched to a halt - and we take one last lingering look at Rio, with John Delaney's passport now being requested by the Brazilian authorities.
Caster Semenya won the 800m as predicted, and just as predictably, the issue of hyper-androgenic athletes also came up - Ross Tucker, South African professor of exercise physiology joins us on the line to discuss why he thinks she shouldn't have been allowed to compete.
Karol Mannion and Mike Quirke are on hand to talk about Mayo winning their way through to another All-Ireland final, and there's Conor McGregor's maturation, Eoin spontaneously combusting, inmates of Keegan Island, and our crab-running marathon hero.
Football's shame, Conte's impact, Manchester duel, Neymar speak
Eoin, Ken and Ciaran discuss football's Olympic shame, Richard Keys' tactical newsflash, and Neymar's lack of joined-up ethical thinking.
Miguel Delaney joins us to talk about the impact Antonio Conte is having at Chelsea
And John Brewin looks forward to a Premier League season that is already shaping up as a duel between the Manchester clubs.
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