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From TheJournal.ie A whitewater kayaking course is planned for Dublin's financial centre

A whitewater kayaking course is planned for Dublin's financial centre

An outdoor pool is also possible under the €15 million development.

From TheJournal.ie A stunning new Irish film looks at why Co Clare is a Mecca for the world's top surfers Between Land And Sea This post contains videos

A stunning new Irish film looks at why Co Clare is a Mecca for the world's top surfers

And how its fulltime surfers dedicate their lives to their craft.

From The42 Watch: Donegal surfer in the mix for global award after tackling this huge wave in Sligo Barrel Of Laughs This post contains videos

Watch: Donegal surfer in the mix for global award after tackling this huge wave in Sligo

It’s the second time Conor Maguire has been nominated.

From The42 A day in the life of an Irish pro surfer Ripped

A day in the life of an Irish pro surfer

We spoke to Lahinch-based Ollie O’Flaherty about his training regime.

From TheJournal.ie The Greens are banking on this bearded pro surfer to get them back into the Dáil Cowabunga

The Greens are banking on this bearded pro surfer to get them back into the Dáil

Fergal Smith used to surf the waves across the southern hemisphere but now he’s giving politics a go.

Imagine travelling 100kph on a board in the ocean... that's kitesurfing

Dublin plays host to the Battle Of The Bay this weekend, so we asked one of the world’s leading kiteboarders to give us a unique insight into the sport.

From TheJournal.ie Waves off the Donegal coast yesterday were higher than three double deckers Surfs Up This post contains videos

Waves off the Donegal coast yesterday were higher than three double deckers

An individual wave height of 21.5 metres was recorded by a Met Éireann buoy.

From TheJournal.ie Are you over 50? Using the internet could help you fight off dementia Surfs Up
From TheJournal.ie Highest wave ever recorded off Kinsale coast Surfs Up

Highest wave ever recorded off Kinsale coast

The wave height reached 25 metres, far surpassing the previous record of 23.4.