Annalise Murphy

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Finn Lynch of the National Yacht Club heading for seventh place in the opening race of the Laser class at the  World Championships 2018 at Aarhus, Denmark. Photograph: David Branigan/Oceansport

Indications that preparations for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games are stepping up a gear come with the expected announcement by Irish Sailing (ISA) of th(...)

Colm Barrington: “It’s great to see all the young people coming through and competing at international events on the continent and around the world.” Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

After 12 years in the role, Colm Barrington has formally stepped down as chairman of Irish Sailing’s Olympic Steering Group (OSG). Previously known f(...)

49er skiff helm Robert Dickson from Howth Yacht Club with crew Seán Waddilove from Skerries Sailing Club at the Hempel Sailing World Championships in Aarhus in August. Photograph: David Branigan/Oceansport

After a busy summer season for Ireland’s Olympic sailing hopefuls, strong results tinged with financial reality have resulted in a rollercoaster ride (...)

Coach Graham Shaw celebrates after Ireland’s victory over India in the World Cup  quarter-final  in London. Photograph:  Steven Paston/PA Wire

What happens when after being crushed you dare to believe in yourself and those around you? Ireland gathered the remnants of spirit and confidence fr(...)

Current Irish Sea ISORA champion Mojito (Vicky Cox & Peter Dunlop) from North Wales.

The prospect of a light air Round Ireland Race hands the advantage to a cluster of proven J109s for Saturday’s race from Wicklow even though a Grand P(...)

Annalise Murphy  competes in the Rio Olympics in 2016, where she won two silver medals. Photograph: Benoit Tessier/Reuters

Political will is a phrase chief executive of Sport New Zealand Peter Miskimmin uses frequently. In Dublin tonight to deliver the keynote address at t(...)

Tokyo Laser campaigner Finn Lynch will benefit from a new dedicated performance headquarters for Irish Sailing at Dún Laoghaire Harbour. Photograph: Richard Langdon/World Sailing

Irish Sailing has revealed plans for a new Olympic team base in the home port of Olympic silver medallist Annalise Murphy. In a week of major announce(...)

Annalise Murphy: “Being new into the class means there won’t be any pressure on me, so I can enjoy the racing and that’s when I’m at my best”

After 15 years of campaigning leading up to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Ireland’s silver medallist Annalise Murphy has ended her single-handed sailing(...)

Annalise Murphy on board Turn the Tide on Plastic. “I’m determined to complete the Volvo Ocean Race commitment before deciding the best route”

Following this week’s news that Annalise Murphy will not contest this year’s Sailing World Championships in the Laser Radial class, the Olympic Silver(...)

Triple ICRA Class one champion skipper John Maybury at the wheel of his J109 yacht Joker II on Dublin Bay. The Royal Irish Yacht Club helmsman is among 28 in the running for the Irish Sailor of the Year award tonight at the RDS in Dublin. Photo: David O’Brien

Offshore sailing exploits are expected to feature strongly on Friday night in Dublin at the presentation of the Volvo Irish Sailing Awards where 28 s(...)

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