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# interview - Sunday 23 April, 2017

From The42 'I was 21 and doctors are saying you’re going to end up in a wheelchair if you continue to play' Legend

'I was 21 and doctors are saying you’re going to end up in a wheelchair if you continue to play'

We speak to Derry City’s favourite son and one of the League of Ireland’s all-time greats — Liam Coyle.

From The42 'When people said I should go talk to someone, I told them to shut up. I thought I was right but I was weak and lost' Life After Sport

'When people said I should go talk to someone, I told them to shut up. I thought I was right but I was weak and lost'

Athletics had battered, bruised and scarred David Gillick by the time he officially called it quits in June 2014 and the emotional crash of retirement sent him on a downward spiral.

# interview - Saturday 22 April, 2017

From The42 Jones a key part of the picture in Munster and Schmidt calls on him too Attack

Jones a key part of the picture in Munster and Schmidt calls on him too

The 29-year-old has transitioned into coaching after being forced to retire in 2015.

# interview - Friday 21 April, 2017

From The42 'We don't know when we'll be asked to leave the houses. It's a massive shock' Interview

'We don't know when we'll be asked to leave the houses. It's a massive shock'

Ireland international Louise Quinn has been left in limbo after Notts County’s ladies team folded today.

# interview - Thursday 20 April, 2017

From The42 Forget The Gym, forget the office! Dropping her 9-5 to pursue a life immersed in running Fitness

Forget The Gym, forget the office! Dropping her 9-5 to pursue a life immersed in running

Forget The Gym’s Mary Jennings on her turbulent life and career, fitness and the Virgin Media Night Run.

# interview - Monday 17 April, 2017

From The42 Murphy Crowe making her mark on the world stage with Ireland 7s Prolific

Murphy Crowe making her mark on the world stage with Ireland 7s

The Tipperary woman has scored 12 tries in three tournaments this season.

From The Daily Edge An Irishman in a Galway jersey popped up on Canadian TV and gave the best interview Few Pints
From The42 The Trinity student who’s a world champion in taekwondo Teenage Dreams

The Trinity student who’s a world champion in taekwondo

Ellen Ince chats to The42 about the tough task of balancing life as an elite athlete in her sport with college work.

From The42 'I'll be happy once I get my place, if Meehan is there beside me I'll be even happier again' Interview

'I'll be happy once I get my place, if Meehan is there beside me I'll be even happier again'

A rejuvenated Sean Armstrong discusses his return to inter-county football, winning a league medal, and the possibility of lining out alongside his former partner in crime once again.

# interview - Saturday 15 April, 2017

'Walking out at the Maracana brought a tear to me eye. I never had those moments with GB'

Ollie Dingley is an Irish athlete, he’s proud to represent Ireland and has once again reiterated his desire to put Ireland on the diving map.

From The42 'It's scary that the game can end that quickly for you' - Van der Flier Reality

'It's scary that the game can end that quickly for you' - Van der Flier

Leinster’s 23-year-old openside flanker explains the physical reality of professional rugby.

From The42 'I had 10 operations in 12 days... They said they may have to cut it from the knee down' Pain This post contains videos

'I had 10 operations in 12 days... They said they may have to cut it from the knee down'

Ex-Coventry player David Busst on adjusting to life after a horrific leg break prematurely ended his career in English football.

# interview - Friday 14 April, 2017

From The42 'You get a bit sluggish, a bit tired, doing nothing all day' Fatigue This post contains videos

'You get a bit sluggish, a bit tired, doing nothing all day'

In-form Bray attacker Gary McCabe tells The42 about how a part-time job is helping his game.

From The42 'You'd either laugh or cry and I didn't want to cry in front of 80,000 people. I couldn't believe it' Interview

'You'd either laugh or cry and I didn't want to cry in front of 80,000 people. I couldn't believe it'

Tommy Bowe on his latest injury setback, the birth of his first child and why he has no intentions to retire just yet.

# interview - Thursday 13 April, 2017

From The42 One of Ireland's greatest-ever athletes on 'never retiring' Addiction

One of Ireland's greatest-ever athletes on 'never retiring'

Catherina McKiernan tells The42 about how running has shaped her life since childhood.

From The42 'Walking out at the Maracana brought a tear to me eye. I never had those moments with GB' Green Blood

'Walking out at the Maracana brought a tear to me eye. I never had those moments with GB'

Ollie Dingley is an Irish athlete, he’s proud to represent Ireland and has once again reiterated his desire to put Ireland on the diving map.

# interview - Sunday 9 April, 2017

From The42 ‘I’d built up so much pride off the Olympics and then here I was… Like a complete novice!’ Interview

‘I’d built up so much pride off the Olympics and then here I was… Like a complete novice!’

Irish rower Claire Lambe chats to The42 about helping Cambridge win the Boat Race and getting used to life after Rio 2016.

# interview - Saturday 8 April, 2017

From The42 The story behind one of sport's biggest scandals Looking Back

The story behind one of sport's biggest scandals

Jamie Reid chats to The42 about his acclaimed book on gangsters, horse-racing and doping.

# interview - Friday 7 April, 2017

From The42 3 weeks on from his death, Derry still coming to terms with the loss of their inspirational skipper Interview

3 weeks on from his death, Derry still coming to terms with the loss of their inspirational skipper

Barry McNamee on how Derry are coping with the tragic passing of Ryan McBride ahead of tonight’s match with Cork.

# interview - Wednesday 5 April, 2017

'They'll have to shoot me': Widowed father-of-five's battle to keep his children in their home Exclusive

He says he will do whatever he has to do to keep their five children in their home, as Bank of Ireland pushes ahead with its attempt to repossess the house

# interview - Sunday 2 April, 2017

From The42 'There was a lack of respect abroad for the standard of the league and the players' Representation

'There was a lack of respect abroad for the standard of the league and the players'

Football agent Patrick Conliffe, who represents Andy Boyle among others, speaks about working in the football industry in Ireland and the UK.

From The42 'I don't really miss going to training:' Cork's Deirdre O'Reilly on adjusting to retirement Interview

'I don't really miss going to training:' Cork's Deirdre O'Reilly on adjusting to retirement

Deirdre O’Reilly is one of the lesser well known Cork players who has won 11 senior All-Ireland medals.

From The42 'He wouldn’t have made the Ireland U15 team - I was always astonished by that' Looking Back This post contains videos

'He wouldn’t have made the Ireland U15 team - I was always astonished by that'

Daryl Horgan’s former youth coach Pete Kelly remembers his early days with Salthill Devon.

# interview - Saturday 1 April, 2017

From The42 'There were times where I was thinking, 'Have I made the right decision?'' Sweets

'There were times where I was thinking, 'Have I made the right decision?''

Munster wing Darren Sweetnam excelled as a hurler with Cork but opted for rugby in the end.

# interview - Sunday 26 March, 2017

From The42 ‘I never enjoyed life outside of football... There’s not much you can do’ Interview

‘I never enjoyed life outside of football... There’s not much you can do’

Keith Fahey on feeling homesick in England, thriving at St Pat’s and life with Giovanni Trapattoni’s Irish side.

From The42 When sport is finished with you first: The story of Seán Prunty Interview

When sport is finished with you first: The story of Seán Prunty

The former Longford Town player was forced to retire at 27 due to a heart problem.

# interview - Saturday 25 March, 2017

From The42 'We didn't achieve what we had set out to do - we'd like to win in Tokyo, it's not a big secret' Pull Like A Dog

'We didn't achieve what we had set out to do - we'd like to win in Tokyo, it's not a big secret'

The O’Donovan brothers talk the Rio and the past, how they feel about their media portrayal and what’s coming up next.

From The42 ‘Every country in the world is doing it’ – King defends lack of homegrown players in Ireland U21 squad Interview

‘Every country in the world is doing it’ – King defends lack of homegrown players in Ireland U21 squad

The manager has played down criticism after just five Republic of Ireland-born players featured in his latest selection.

# interview - Thursday 23 March, 2017

From The42 Pearce Hanley: Leaving Brisbane, his brother and dog behind for a fresh start in Aussie Rules Interview This post contains videos

Pearce Hanley: Leaving Brisbane, his brother and dog behind for a fresh start in Aussie Rules

We caught up with the Mayo man ahead of his 10th AFL season and a Round 1 game against his former employers.

From The42 'I've still got my Galway GAA jersey at home' - The Man United starlet with Irish ambitions Interview

'I've still got my Galway GAA jersey at home' - The Man United starlet with Irish ambitions

Kieran O’Hara chats to The42 about the influence of David de Gea, picking Ireland over England and his dreams for the future.

# interview - Wednesday 22 March, 2017

From The42 ‘I was always opting for Ireland and it turned out to be the best decision I’ve ever made.’ IRewal

‘I was always opting for Ireland and it turned out to be the best decision I’ve ever made.’

Welsh-born Kevin Sheedy speaks to The42 about coaching, his golden period with Everton and becoming an Ireland legend, as well as overcoming bowel cancer.

# interview - Sunday 19 March, 2017

From The42 'Robbie Keane came along and that was the end of my chances' Interview This post contains videos

'Robbie Keane came along and that was the end of my chances'

Glen Crowe chats to The42 about recovering from the disappointment of failing to make the grade in England to become a League of Ireland legend.

From The42 Chris Coleman will have his 'ears closed' to Roy Keane comments Focused

Chris Coleman will have his 'ears closed' to Roy Keane comments

The Ireland assistant boss was recently highly critical of Man United manager Jose Mourinho.

# interview - Saturday 18 March, 2017

'People feel really abandoned': Brendan O'Connor on services for children with disabilities

We’re still abdicating our responsibility to take care of our most vulnerable children, O’Connor says.

# interview - Wednesday 15 March, 2017

From The42 'We have athletes but they can’t play, we've produced robots' Fitness

'We have athletes but they can’t play, we've produced robots'

Leading strength and conditioning coach Mike McGurn talks fitness and nutrition, and brings us through his turbulent career.

# interview - Tuesday 14 March, 2017

The family at the centre of THAT viral interview are back for another one Happy Families This post contains videos

The family at the centre of THAT viral interview are back for another one

The kids steal the show once more.

# interview - Sunday 12 March, 2017

From The42 One team, one goal: German rugby working hard to make World Cup dream a reality Deutschland

One team, one goal: German rugby working hard to make World Cup dream a reality

In the final part of our series from Germany, we take a closer look at the sport in the country and the work being done at grassroots level as the national team attempt to qualify for Japan.

From The42 From the NFL Combine to Irish rugby: Winkelman may be IRFU's smartest hire Expertise

From the NFL Combine to Irish rugby: Winkelman may be IRFU's smartest hire

The union’s Director of Athletic Performance and Science told us about the work he’s doing behind the scenes.

# interview - Saturday 11 March, 2017

From The42 Nina Carberry prepares to watch Cheltenham from sidelines and gives her tips for next week's festival Interview

Nina Carberry prepares to watch Cheltenham from sidelines and gives her tips for next week's festival

The 32-year-old is expecting a baby in May and will be a keen spectator at Prestbury Park.

# interview - Thursday 9 March, 2017

From The42 Ireland's toughest endurance race returns this weekend Interview

Ireland's toughest endurance race returns this weekend

Sebastien Giraud and Christina Mackenzie chat to The42 about competing in The Race this weekend.

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