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#Interview

# interview - Sunday 25 September, 2016

Matthew McConaughey says he wants to send his kids to the Gaeltacht

Ceart go leor, ceart go leor, ceart go leor…

From The42 One of Irish football's most promising youngsters on studying finance and trials with Celtic Potential This post contains videos

One of Irish football's most promising youngsters on studying finance and trials with Celtic

St Patrick’s Athletic teenager Darragh Markey chats to The42 about life on and off the pitch.

# interview - Saturday 24 September, 2016

From The42 'I don't want to be just known as the athlete who runs around every four years and wins gold medals' Interview

'I don't want to be just known as the athlete who runs around every four years and wins gold medals'

Michael McKillop may have returned from Rio with another gold medal but it has been a difficult couple of months for the athlete.

# interview - Friday 23 September, 2016

From The42 Ringrose seeking defensive improvements against high-flying Ospreys Interview

Ringrose seeking defensive improvements against high-flying Ospreys

The Leinster centre admits it’s been an adjustment trying to implement Stuart Lancaster’s philosophies.

# interview - Tuesday 20 September, 2016

From The42 'We're training to be world champions' - Ireland lock Spence On Home Soil

'We're training to be world champions' - Ireland lock Spence

The Old Belvedere clubwoman would love the opportunity to turn professional.

From TheJournal.ie We asked Ray D'Arcy about criticism of his Eighth Amendment coverage Interview

We asked Ray D'Arcy about criticism of his Eighth Amendment coverage

The RTÉ host stopped by TheJournal.ie for an interview…

# interview - Monday 19 September, 2016

From TheJournal.ie “All we want is Amy home... If she is alive somewhere we just want her home” Amy Fitzpatrick

“All we want is Amy home... If she is alive somewhere we just want her home”

The father of missing Amy Fitzpatrick has spoken out about the search for his daughter.

# interview - Sunday 18 September, 2016

From The42 'A few years ago, I would have been a guy that hated going out running' Change Of Mentality

'A few years ago, I would have been a guy that hated going out running'

A broken foot in the build up had appeared to put Mark English’s Rio hopes in jeopardy.

From The42 Steve Nicol on Liverpool's 1990s decline and why he wouldn't like to be a footballer now Reflections

Steve Nicol on Liverpool's 1990s decline and why he wouldn't like to be a footballer now

The Anfield legend won five league titles and one European Cup before standards at the club started to slip.

# interview - Friday 16 September, 2016

From The42 'Women don't have to choose between putting on makeup and being a fierce athlete' Alternative

'Women don't have to choose between putting on makeup and being a fierce athlete'

Anna Geary chats to The42 about the continuing challenges facing women in sport.

# interview - Wednesday 14 September, 2016

From The42 How eir Sport are muscling into the battle for Irish sport's TV rights Interview

How eir Sport are muscling into the battle for Irish sport's TV rights

After snapping up the rights to the 2019 Rugby World Cup, eir Sport want to add more championship GAA to their portfolio.

From The42 'I was not the same player or anywhere near as focused after Hillsborough' Looking Back

'I was not the same player or anywhere near as focused after Hillsborough'

Liverpool legend Steve Nicol speaks to The42 about the impact that the tragedy had on him.

# interview - Sunday 11 September, 2016

From The42 'How running saved me from addiction' Interview This post contains videos

'How running saved me from addiction'

One of the world’s most renowned adventurers, Charlie Engle, on addiction, prison, Running the Sahara and meeting Matt Damon.

# interview - Thursday 8 September, 2016

From The42 'I'm not better than anyone else, I've just worked hard and been lucky it has paid off' Interview

'I'm not better than anyone else, I've just worked hard and been lucky it has paid off'

Jason Smyth goes in search of a FIFTH Paralympic gold medal tonight.

# interview - Wednesday 7 September, 2016

From The42 Darren Clarke says Knox omission his toughest Ryder Cup call, refuses to rule out using Jurgen Klopp Interview

Darren Clarke says Knox omission his toughest Ryder Cup call, refuses to rule out using Jurgen Klopp

The Dungannon man raised some eyebrows with his wildcard selection for the 41st edition of the Ryder Cup.

From The42 ‘My life didn’t change after London. I had to go back to the real world and I’d no problem with that' Interview

‘My life didn’t change after London. I had to go back to the real world and I’d no problem with that'

Four years on from double Paralympic gold, Mark Rohan now leads a very different life as he begins the next chapter in his career.

# interview - Saturday 3 September, 2016

From The42 From Leaving Cert points to Paralympics: teen sprint sensation living the athletics dream Teenage Dreams

From Leaving Cert points to Paralympics: teen sprint sensation living the athletics dream

Dubliner Orla Comerford is preparing to represent Ireland in the Paralympics. This is her story.

From The42 'One broadcaster owning everything isn't realistic' - Ryle Nugent on RTÉ Sport and a competitive market Interview

'One broadcaster owning everything isn't realistic' - Ryle Nugent on RTÉ Sport and a competitive market

RTÉ’s Head of Sport on the new landscape the national broadcaster faces when bidding for sports rights.

# interview - Friday 2 September, 2016

From TheJournal.ie Wearing brown shoes with a suit could lose you a job in banking Dresscode

Wearing brown shoes with a suit could lose you a job in banking

A new study has found senior managers in the banking sector dislike brown shoes due to their lack of ‘polish’.

# interview - Thursday 1 September, 2016

From The42 'The big thing about New Zealand coaches is that they are very open' Interview

'The big thing about New Zealand coaches is that they are very open'

Kieran Crowley is hoping to help transform Treviso’s Pro12 fortunes this season.

From TheJournal.ie "There have been people, young women, who took their own lives because of what Brendan Smyth did to them" Fr Brian D'arcy

"There have been people, young women, who took their own lives because of what Brendan Smyth did to them"

Fr Brian D’Arcy has spoken out about a number of issues in a recent Hot Press interview.

# interview - Wednesday 31 August, 2016

From The42 'We want whole people; we don't just want obsessive robots' Interview

'We want whole people; we don't just want obsessive robots'

Ulster director of rugby Les Kiss tells The42 about being the boss.

# interview - Tuesday 30 August, 2016

From The42 'If it's within your skill set and we can score, bloody go for it!' - Erasmus Interview

'If it's within your skill set and we can score, bloody go for it!' - Erasmus

Munster’s director of rugby tells The42 about his philosophy on the game.

# interview - Saturday 27 August, 2016

From The42 Scott Evans considering U-turn on Tokyo 2020 after rewarding Rio campaign Interview

Scott Evans considering U-turn on Tokyo 2020 after rewarding Rio campaign

Ireland’s number one reflects on a historic Olympics, explains why he is weighing up his options and opens up on the camaraderie in the Irish camp.

# interview - Sunday 21 August, 2016

From The42 ‘He loves The Godfather, because this is not personal, it’s business’ Interview

‘He loves The Godfather, because this is not personal, it’s business’

Chris Brady chats to The42 about co-authoring Carlo Ancelotti’s latest book.

# interview - Saturday 20 August, 2016

From The42 Ringrose keeping a level head before second season with Leinster Patience

Ringrose keeping a level head before second season with Leinster

The 21-year-old feels his studies are as important as rugby.

# interview - Monday 15 August, 2016

From The42 The life of Katie: Four years on from London, Ireland's golden girl faces her greatest challenge Feature

The life of Katie: Four years on from London, Ireland's golden girl faces her greatest challenge

Katie Taylor begins her Olympic campaign later with questions over the air of invincibility she’s held for so long.

# interview - Sunday 14 August, 2016

From The42 'If I win tomorrow, there might be a bit more than my t-shirt coming off!' The Full Monty

'If I win tomorrow, there might be a bit more than my t-shirt coming off!'

Scott Evans has joked that a victory against the world number four could prompt him to bare all.

From The42 ‘About 20% of all medals should have been stripped’ - The dark history of the Olympic Games Interview

‘About 20% of all medals should have been stripped’ - The dark history of the Olympic Games

Author and journalist David Goldlatt chats to The42 about the troubled past of sport’s biggest event.

From The42 'Rubbing shoulders with Botha, O'Connell - it's something you can't buy' US Rugby

'Rubbing shoulders with Botha, O'Connell - it's something you can't buy'

Former Munster Peter Borlase is assistant coach of the Denver Stampede, winners of PRO Rugby.

From The42 'I was very isolated because I didn't think there was anyone who could understand how I was feeling' Interview

'I was very isolated because I didn't think there was anyone who could understand how I was feeling'

The build-up to Rio has been a struggle for Thomas Barr but he’s there in one piece and ready to make his Olympic debut.

# interview - Friday 12 August, 2016

From The42 'It's hard to explain how much it hurts not being able to realise my Olympic dream' Interview

'It's hard to explain how much it hurts not being able to realise my Olympic dream'

Irish track star Mary Cullen talks about her latest Games heartbreak, trying to find her way again and why she is excited to see Ciara Mageean take to the track in Rio.

# interview - Sunday 7 August, 2016

From The42 'There's no reason why I can't win a gold medal' Confidence

'There's no reason why I can't win a gold medal'

Greg Broderick tells The42 that himself and MHS Going Global can have a big impact in Rio in the coming days.

# interview - Saturday 6 August, 2016

From The42 'Ronaldo would come in and make Kath a cup of tea... He was a dream to work with' Interview

'Ronaldo would come in and make Kath a cup of tea... He was a dream to work with'

Sky Sports presenter Hayley McQueen on her days media training Paul Pogba and observing a future superstar.

From The42 'One of their big worries is: how do I handle walking into the Olympic Village and seeing my heroes' Feature This post contains videos

'One of their big worries is: how do I handle walking into the Olympic Village and seeing my heroes'

Niamh Fitzpatrick chats to The42 about working as Team Ireland’s sports psychologist.

# interview - Friday 5 August, 2016

From The42 Irish security expert on Rio's terrorist threat: 'Preparations are very poor' Interview

Irish security expert on Rio's terrorist threat: 'Preparations are very poor'

Declan Power, a former Irish Army soldier, defence analyst and author, speaks to The42 about the issue.

# interview - Monday 1 August, 2016

From The42 The 20-year-old set to represent Ireland at the Rio Olympics Interview

The 20-year-old set to represent Ireland at the Rio Olympics

Sailor Finn Lynch discusses moving to Croatia after his Leaving Cert and his hopes for for the next few weeks of action in Brazil.

From The42 At 38, 4 years after her first competitive marathon, Breege Connolly is set for the Olympics Feature

At 38, 4 years after her first competitive marathon, Breege Connolly is set for the Olympics

The Leitrim native chats to The42 about being a late bloomer when it comes to running.

From The42 'Everyone has their own opinions but nothing makes me prouder than wearing my Irish tracksuit' Interview

'Everyone has their own opinions but nothing makes me prouder than wearing my Irish tracksuit'

As he flies out to Rio, Oliver Dingley sits down with The42 to reflect on the journey which will see him become the first Irish diver to compete at the Olympics in 68 years.

# interview - Sunday 31 July, 2016

From The42 'Moving to America aged 14? It was my idea!' Golf

'Moving to America aged 14? It was my idea!'

Stephanie Meadow, who will represent Ireland at the Rio Olympics, also discusses Rory McIlroy’s Olympics snub and why more people relate to the women’s game.

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