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# Medal

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# Stolen
Irish hockey player McFerran seeks return of 'treasured' World Cup medal
McFerran was one of the stars of Ireland’s run to the final in 2018.
'I still need to step up if I want to be really serious about going for a medal'
After a fantastic season, Nadia Power feels there is plenty more work to be done.
# James Murray
Long-lost war medal belonging to Dublin native recovered following years of research
Dubliner James Murray fought for Britain in the Second Boer War and the First World War.
# Fast track
Comerford claims brilliant 200m bronze for Ireland in Berlin
The 20-year-old clocked 26.76 seconds to put herself on the podium.
# Sailing
Bronze for Ireland as 19-year-old Liam Glynn bags medal at World Championships in Poland
Ballyholme’s Liam Glynn is seeking to secure a place at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
# Scott Medal
Murdered Garda Tony Golden honoured with medal for 'bravery and great courage'
Tony Golden was shot dead while responding to a domestic incident at a home in Omeath in 2015
# the generous one
Jose Mourinho explains why he gave his Uefa Super Cup medal to a young fan
The Manchester United boss said his prize will mean more to the young supporter than it would to him after his side lost to Real Madrid.
# happy out
The photos of Michael D welcoming home Ireland's Olympians are glorious
A grand day at the Áras.
# Report
Less than the blink of an eye! Sensational Barr finishes fourth in 400m hurdles final
Another PB and national record for Waterford’s Barr, whose time would have been good enough to medal at each of the last three Olympics.
# Silver lining
Annalise Murphy told nobody but she came to Rio for this Olympic medal
After heartbreak four years ago, the sailor has a massive opportunity today.
# Happiness
This RTÉ pundit got very emotional after Team Ireland won their first Olympics medal today
It’s been a historic day for Irish rowing.
# courageous act
Rescuer of toddler who climbed out window onto busy road gets bravery award
One Garda received awards for two separate acts of bravery.
# maureen devlin
How a 14-year-old girl was awarded a CIA medal for fighting off burglars
Maureen Devlin was living in the Congo with her parents when the incident occurred.
# Have your say
Poll: Who's the greatest player never to win an All-Ireland senior football medal?
Some of the greats of the game never managed to claim the Celtic Cross.
# months of fun
The Christmas gift idea No 4: The Louis Smith calendar
Your pommel horse, X Factor, and Strictly-loving chum will thank you for this.
# Record Breaker
Sycerika McMahon revels in medal success after London let-down
The Belfast swimmer won a bronze medal at the European Short Course Championships at the weekend.
# up to scratch
Martyn Irvine wins silver medal at Track World Cup in Glasgow
The Irish cyclist was pipped to gold by Switzerland’s Tristan Marguet after a sprint finish.
# sentimental
Lewis Moody: I kept my World Cup winners' medal in a Sainsburys bag
The former England flanker is hoping to display his medal and MBE properly now that he has retired.
# Aung San Suu Kyi
Aung San Suu Kyi awarded with the US Congress’ highest civilian honour
Burmese democracy campaigner Aung San Suu Kyi has been presented with the US Congress’ highest civilian honour – which she was awarded while under house arrest in 2008.
# paralympics
More success for Team Ireland, as Darragh McDonald claims gold
The Wexford man beat his original PB by seven seconds at the Aquatic Centre this evening.
# Winning
Paralympic gold winner Bethany Firth congratulated by ministers
Team Ireland’s youngest member claims its first medal of the London Paralympic Games.
# London 2012
A 10-year-old boy sent his medal to the Canadian Olympians who lost theirs through disqualification
“If I get rich and if I remember I will donate money to the Summer and Winter Canadian Olympics’ the child promised.
# John Joe Nevin
John Joe replaces Joyce on Mullingar's local currency
Nevin’s Olympic success commemorated by having his profile put on tourist notes.
# taking a stand
Magnificent Seven: podium controversies
Sometimes athletes have more on their mind than what to do with that bouquet of flowers.
# you tell us
Open thread: What are your favourite Irish Olympic memories?
Michael Carruth in Barcelona? Sonia in Sydney? What’s your favourite memories of Irish Olympians in action?
# ladies' night
Olympic Village: Day 10, wrap
You wait four years for an Olympic medal to come along and two come along in quick succession.
# Podium
John Joe Nevin seals Ireland's first medal at the Olympics
The Mullingar boxer assured himself of at least a bronze in the Men’s Bantam, beating Oscar Valdez Fierro in the quarter-finals.
# Honour
Slain soldier Paddy Kelly to be given posthumous honour
Pte Kelly’s family will accept the Military Star, 29 years after his death in a shoot-out with the Provisional IRA.
Bob Dylan commended for influence on American culture
From protests during the civil rights movement era to a presidential honour at the White House, times are a-changin’ for Bob Dylan.
# Bling
Sycerika McMahon on the Olympic radar as she wins European silver
The 17-year-old swimmer was very impressive in securing second place in the 50m Breaststroke final at the Euro Championships.