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Business of Sport: Fuels Gold

Business of Sport: Fuels Gold

Sportspeople have always been interested in their diet, and how it fuels their performance, but they’re now looking to pass on what they’ve learned to a ravenous public, writes Cian Murtagh

The Spread

The Spread

City to prolong the title race

The Masters: a constant in a world of change

The Masters: a constant in a world of change

Augusta National has done a remarkable job in bringing one of the world’s most iconic sporting events into the 21st century.

On the Spot: Craig Hatfield

On the Spot: Craig Hatfield

Craig Hatfield, director at Hatfield Brand Management, a premium sports sales agency based in Belfast

Is Joe Brolly right about Gaelic football dying before our eyes?

Is Joe Brolly right about Gaelic football dying before our eyes?

The Spread

The Spread

More pain in store for Monaghan

On the Spot: Stephen Quinn, creative director of Atomic Sport

On the Spot: Stephen Quinn, creative director of Atomic Sport

Stations scrum down for Six Nations rights

Stations scrum down for Six Nations rights

The decision on whether the tournament will be added to the free-to-air list rests in the hands of Alex White.

On the Spot

On the Spot

David Gillick, VHI Nutrition Support for the VHI Women’s Mini Marathon

The Spread: Toulon will have too much for Leinster

The Spread: Toulon will have too much for Leinster

Red tape stifling cycling and triathlon clubs

Red tape stifling cycling and triathlon clubs

Cash-strapped sports clubs are increasingly concerned over the attitude of local authorities and gardaí towards cycling and triathlon events

League of Ireland still battling its demons

League of Ireland still battling its demons

The Players Football Association of Ireland claims that some of its members receive less than the national minimum wage.

The Spread: Back Spurs for their trip north

The Spread: Back Spurs for their trip north

The spread: Man City to bounce back

The spread: Man City to bounce back

Croke Park: the only stadium that the GAA can be truly proud of

Croke Park: the only stadium that the GAA can be truly proud of

Fans will continue to have grounds for discontent as long as the GAA’s enthusiastic amateurs raise and spend millions on inadequate stadiums