Andy Murray may retire after the Australian Open, with the severe pain from his troublesome right hip having become almost unbearable for him to play on, the former world number one said on Friday (January 11).
As part of a three-part miniseries with Energia, Leinster winger Jordan Larmour talks about his journey from St Andrew’s rugby to the Leinster first team. Video: Energia
Australia cricket captain Tim Paine answers a journalist's phone mid-press conference. Video: ANI/Reuters
Ever since Jose Mourinho's departure as Manchester United manager journalists have asked Mauricio Pochettino to comment on rumours that he is the preferred candidate to take over at Old Trafford, much to the annoyance of Tottenham's press officer.
The Irish Times / Sport Ireland Sportswoman Of The Year is boxer Kellie Harrington. The Irish Women’s Hockey Team won the Award for Outstanding Achievement at the annual Awards Ceremony in Dublin. Video: Bryan O’Brien
Manchester United's new interim head coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he has looked to former manager Sir Alex Ferguson for advice ahead of his first match in charge. Video: MUTV/Reuters
From his early days at Chelsea to his final days at Manchester United, Jose Mourinho's press conferences in England were rarely dull. Video: David Dunne
Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino says he's fully focused on managing the north London club despite being the bookmakers' favourite to take over from Jose Mourinho at Manchester United. Video: Reuters
Kilkenny's Craig Breen and Dungannon's Kris Meeke are featured among the World Rally Championships' compilation of 2018's most dramatic crashes. Video: WRC/Reuters
Viewed over two million times online, footage of some heroic goal line defending from Dulwich Hamlet against Wingate & Finchley in the FA Trophy has gone viral. Wingate & Finchley eventually won 2-0. Video: Wingate & Finchley FC/Reuters
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says that he believes his side can still qualify for next year's Champions League, defeat to Liverpool has left Manchester United 11 points off the qualification places. Video: Perform Group/Reuters
Lewes FC, based in Lewes, East Sussex, England, is the first and only football club in the world who pay men and women footballers the same. This video is part of a series celebrating #WomenInFootball on social media platform, Twitter. Video: Twitter
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