Emmet Ryan: 'A new dawn for the OCI but is it enough?'
The election of Sarah Keane as new president is welcomed but there's an awful lot of work ahead for her
In the end it was an absolute rout. Pat Hickey's allies were well and truly slaughtered across the board at the OCI elections on Thursday. After praises were sung for him at the beginning of proceedings, the rest of the affair was a concerted and successful effort by Sarah Keane and her supporters to rid the Irish Olympic movement's senior positions from those associated with the former president.
This is objectively good news. The OCI's...
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