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From The42 Heartbreak for Ireland as quarter-final shoot-out defeat dents Olympic hopes Cruel Defeat

Heartbreak for Ireland as quarter-final shoot-out defeat dents Olympic hopes

China advance to the last four at Ireland’s expense.

From The42 Here's how Will Ferrell - yes, that one - made baseball history yesterday So Hot Right Now
From The42 Ireland's first UFC fighter backs McGregor for a quick finish History Maker

Ireland's first UFC fighter backs McGregor for a quick finish

Tom Egan fought at UFC 93 in Dublin in 2009.

From The42 Nadal wins ninth French Open, 14th Grand Slam History Maker

Nadal wins ninth French Open, 14th Grand Slam

The world number one also became the first man to win five Roland Garros crowns in succession.

From The42 Mark Selby leads Ronnie O'Sullivan ahead of World Snooker Championship final session History Maker

Mark Selby leads Ronnie O'Sullivan ahead of World Snooker Championship final session

Selby took advantage of some uncharacteristic mistakes from the Rocket.

From TheJournal.ie Here's everything that's happened so far on Michael D's historic State visit to the UK History Maker This post contains videos

Here's everything that's happened so far on Michael D's historic State visit to the UK

A busy day for President Higgins and his wife on their historic visit to the UK. Here’s a handy and comprehensive round-up of what’s been happening.

From The42 Nadal beats Federer to land record-equalling sixth French Open History Maker This post contains videos

Nadal beats Federer to land record-equalling sixth French Open

Rafael Nadal beats Roger Federer 7-5 7-6 (7-3) 5-7 6-1 to win the French Open and equal Bjorn Borg’s record of six Roland Garros titles.