Olympic medalist Annalise Murphy competing on her foiling Moth class dinghy at the Volvo Dun Laoghaire Regatta. Photograph: David Branigan/Oceansport

(...) occurred in the final race of last week’s International Moth World Championships on Lake Garda where Murphy(...)

Part of the record-breaking 43-boat Dun Laoghaire to Dingle Race fleet expected at the County Kerry finish line on Friday evening. Photo: David O’Brien

(...). Meanwhile, in Portugal, Ireland’s sole entrant at the Dragon World Championships, Laura Dillon sailing with(...)

Ireland’s Olympic silver medalist Annalise Murphy (left) congratulates gold medal winner Marit Boumeester of Holland after the Laser Radial Medal race in Rio. Photo: World Sailing

Rio coach, both competed at an International foiling Moth Regatta. Murphy sat out the last three(...)

Riot, with Dr Panti Bliss: already breaking box-office records

Edinburgh International Festival. The next year they were joined by more festival crashers, which drew one(...)

Annalise Murphy proved she can master all conditions as she sailed to an Olympic silver medal in Rio. Photograph: Inpho/James Crombie

(...) international results. Perhaps it was the leather medal weighing heavily around her neck, or just the monotony(...)

Scottish entry Tanit, skippered by Richard Harris, during the Round Ireland Race. Photograph: David Branigan/Oceansport

(...) championships at the same venue – and with entries capped at 200 – has, as a result, a much more international(...)

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(...) first person to sail around the world single-handed by clipper route in Gypsy Moth IV – but had to put(...)

O’Shea has finished fourth in the silver fleet of the International Moth World Championships in(...)

Journalas the best in the world, at which stage he had won 15 Irish championships and claimed a first(...)