Be One Inspire One event attendees cited unconscious bias and failure to be credited for work done among their concerns in relation to equality in the workplace.

The timing of women’s networking event Be One Inspire One in referendum week couldn’t be more apt, for Alison Cowzer, managing director of The Company(...)

Sarah Keane,  President of the Olympic Council of Ireland. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

As president of the Olympic Council of Ireland and chief executive of Swim Ireland, it’s no surprise that sport plays a central role in Sarah Keane’s (...)

Rio 2016 Men’s Bantamweight 56kg Quarter-Final:  Michael Conlan makes his feelings known after the decision went to Vladimir Nikitin of Russia. Photograph: Inpho

An official Rio Olympics report from Irish boxing team manager Joe Hennigan claims that Irish management were informed during the boxing competition t(...)

Scott Evans celebrates defeating Ygor Coelho De Oliveir at the 2016 Olympics. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

Irish Olympian Scott Evans will retire from international badminton after next week’s European Team Championships in Russia (February 13-18th). Ten y(...)

Joanne Cantwell, currently the host of ‘Saturday Sport’ on RTÉ Radio 1: ‘They pick out a bluffer straight away’. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

When she was about 12 years old she decided her perfect job would be “a mixture of George Hamilton’s and Des Lynam’s”. Add her passion for Gaelic Gam(...)

The Irish Times/Sport Ireland Sportswoman of the Year Jessica Harrington with the  award winners from the last 12 months. Back Row. Eve McCrystal, Katie-George Dunlevy, Ita Keirnan (on behalf of Leanne Kiernan), Aoife Ní Chasaide, Chloe Magee, Gráinne Dwyer, Paula Fitzpatrick, Rena Buckley, Sinead Aherne, Sue Ronan (on behalf of Katie McCabe). Front Row: Vonnie Noonan (on behalf of Leona Maguire) Gina Akpe-Moses, Jessica Harrington (overall winner), Mary Davis (Outstanding Achievement), Sonia O’Sullivan, Annalise Murphy. Photograph:  Tom Honan.

It must be a sign of the times when a sportswoman awards seem less about the women and all about the awards. Not that long ago it might have been the (...)

OCI president Sarah Keane: “The decision to restore State funding is recognition of the hard work that has taken place this year at the OCI.” Photograph:  Alan Betson

The Government has restored full funding to the Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI), having originally suspended all financial assistance in the aftermat(...)

The Olympic Council of Ireland president Sarah Keane has welcomed the news. Photograph: Bryan Keane/Reuters

The Government has restored full funding to the Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI), having originally suspended all financial assistance in the aftermat(...)

OCI president Sarah Keane: “The board is uncomfortable with the situation. I think we’ve already come out and made our sentiments clear about that.” Photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

As the Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) continue to make wholesale changes to the way the organisation is governed and constituted, legacy issues cont(...)

In 2018 the men play in the World Cup in India at the end of the year and will have a number of warm up events in preparation for that. Photograph: Jan Kruger/Getty Images for FIH

The grant of €21,000 per year for the Olympic cycle to Tokyo given to men’s hockey this week by the Olympic Council of Ireland was extremely welcome. (...)

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