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Sport Ireland, in partnership with Healthy Ireland, launched ‘It’s My Time’, a new campaign that aims to encourage women over 40 to increase activity levels through exercise and sport. Repeated studies, including Sport Ireland’s Irish Sport Monitor, have shown that women over 40, particularly those from disadvantaged communities, are amongst the least likely to
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Taoiseach Micheál Martin unveiled the Sport Ireland Campus Masterplan Vision, the ambitious blueprint which proposes a vision and framework for the growth of the Sport Ireland Campus and the long-term development of associated sporting facilities over the next 15–20 years. The masterplan captures the aspirations of Sport Ireland and identifies a proposed guide for the […]
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RTÉ Sport has announced details of its FIFA World Cup 2022 coverage across television, radio and online. RTÉ will provide live coverage of all 64 games across RTÉ2, RTÉ Player and RTÉ News Channel.   Viewers will be able to catch almost 200 hours of television coverage on RTÉ2 and RTÉ Player including all 64 games live from Qatar […]
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Ministers from the North and South joined sporting chiefs to launch the All-Island Physical Literacy Consensus Statement that aims to promote a culture of lifelong participation in physical activity and sport for all. Being physically active throughout life can enrich a person’s quality of life. As physical literacy plays a key role in influencing choices to
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In an exclusive podcast, Council Journal editor Jack Mullen is joined by former England and current Leinster senior coach, Stuart Lancaster, to talk about the concept of leadership. Moreover, Stuart speaks about the role that teaching and mentoring has had on his life so far. In addition, Stuart spoke candidly about what he believes makes a good leader
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Sport Ireland have launched the ‘Workout What Works for You’ campaign, which is supporting men over 45 to be more active and increase their daily physical activity. Repeated studies, including Sport Ireland’s most recent Irish Sports Monitor, have consistently shown that males aged over 45, particularly those from disadvantaged communities, are amongst those least likely