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After Excelling With Bohemians, Trinity Student Signs With 26-time Tunisian League Champions

Second-year BESS student Ayman Ben Mohamed will leave Bohemians after signing with Espérance Sportive de Tunis.
By Jake O'Donnell
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Trinity Hockey Star Ready to Represent Ireland in Rio de Janeiro

Irish hockey player and BESS graduate Ronan Gormley talks about why he doesn't feel any pressure representing Ireland at the Olympics.
By Dillon Hennessy
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The Case For Taking Up Sport This Summer

Sport is good for your mental health, physical health and social life, and this summer's sporting line-up means now is a great time to get inspired.
By Philip McGuinness
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Knowing Your Wunderbar From Your Wundergoal: Our Guide to Enjoying Ireland’s Matches

Our guide to the Euro 2016, what beers to drink and how to sound like you know what you're talking about.
By Dillon Hennessy
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Dublin University Boat Club to Celebrate 150th Anniversary of the Trinity Regatta

The event hosted by the oldest rowing club in Ireland has taken place annually since 1922.
By Jessica Jacques
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How Does Trinity Compare When it Comes to Promoting a Culture of Sport?

In light of the College's new sports strategy, examining how Trinity attracts, retains and supports athletes.
By Dillon Hennessy
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In Different Third-Level Institutions, Varying Perceptions of Sport

A look at the perception of sport in some of the biggest colleges in Ireland and how Trinity compares.
By Dillon Hennessy
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Captaining Camogie to Championship Success

How hard work, a winning mentality and hundreds of burpees created an All-Ireland winning squad.
By Sarah Ledden
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Is it Reasonable to Cancel Euro 2016?

Following further European terrorist attacks in Brussels this week, Alex Peters asks whether it would be callous for FIFA to allow Euro 2016 to be played.
By Alex Peters
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Formula One’s Gender Glass Ceiling

Following the recent passing of Maria Teresa de Filippis, a look at the trials and tribulations of women in the past, present and future of Formula One.
By Neil Dee