Irish sport set to begin a new chapter

The OCI will vote on its first new president since 1989 this week. But the race to succeed Pat Hickey is still wide open

5th February, 2017
Pat Hickey the former OCI president

With days to go until the Olympic Council of Ireland holds an egm to elect a new executive committee, one can’t help but think of the phrase “New year, new you”. But with a new year, what does a new me look like for the Olympic Council of Ireland?

Established in 1920, the OCI became a recognised body with Ireland’s independence in 1922. Since then, eight men have sat at the...

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