Sarah Keane: Cleaning up after an Olympic disaster
New Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) president Sarah Keane reflects on her plan to bring the organisation out of the darkness
New Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) president Sarah Keane has yet to sit into Pat Hickey’s old seat at Olympic House, the organisation’s opulent headquarters in Howth.
For now the former Matheson solicitor and chief executive of Swim Ireland, who was overwhelmingly elected president just over a week ago, prefers to sit at the nearby boardroom table as she works through the challenges ahead.
She may not yet be sitting in...
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