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Gym Programmes and Why You Should Follow One

A gym programme is the next step in developing a long-term, personalised gym routine.
By David Lynch
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Sly Boogie’s “Boogie Beast” Brings Dance Fitness Back to Trinity

Star of Sky One's Got to Dance Suleman Sode talks about taking his African-based dance classes to Trinity and his mission to get the masses moving.
By Morgan Clarke
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“I am that 5%”: Cade Ryan on What Drives Him to Win

Kayak and Canoe Slalom sports scholar Cade Ryan talks about his influences in the sport and his quest to represent Ireland at the Olympics in Tokyo 2020.
By Ellen McLean
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Mullingar Made: The Midlands Pair Driving Trinity’s Rugby Sides

Rugby in Trinty is enjoying a renaissance thanks to two talented Mullingar exports, Women's Captain, Niamh Byrne, and Ireland Under 20 Winger Colm Hogan.
By Morgan Clarke
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Not Just the First Years: The “Babies” of the DUFC Women’s Team Discuss Rugby in Trinity

Some of the newest members of Trinity's women's rugby team talk about the highs and lows of their season so far and why they look no further than their teammates for inspiration.
By Sarah Clarke
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Sister Act: A Family Affair with Trinity’s Long Sisters

Ailish and Jenny Long are competitive, hard working and two of Dublin University Ladies Hockey Club's leading lights.
By Jonathan Fischer
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After a Year of Changes, Trinity’s Football Team Look to the Future

It's been a tough year for DUAFC. Two managers down in one season, and a string of games without a win. Their latest coach is hoping to build a brighter future for the club.
By Donal MacNamee
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UCD Boat Win 3 of 4 Colours Races While Trinity Capture Dan Quinn Shield

Universtiy College Dublin successfully defended the Gannon and Corcoran Cups while Trinity took home the Dan Quinn Shield for Novice Men.
By Dillon Hennessy
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Beating Corinthians, Trinity’s Hockey Team Secure League and Plate Double

DULHC beat Corinthians Hockey Club 2-1 on a miserable St Patrick's Day.
By Jake O’Donnell
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DUFC Leave Visiting Oxford Side Feeling Blue

Dublin University Football Club (DUFC) enjoyed a strong 31-20 win against English opposition in pleasant conditions at College Park on Wednesday evening.
By Joe Horan