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Is it Reasonable to Cancel Euro 2016?

Following further European terrorist attacks in Brussels this week, Alex Peters asks whether it would be callous for FIFA to allow Euro 2016 to be played.
By Alex Peters
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Formula One’s Gender Glass Ceiling

Following the recent passing of Maria Teresa de Filippis, a look at the trials and tribulations of women in the past, present and future of Formula One.
By Neil Dee
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DUFC Women Suffer Last-Second Heartbreak in Colours Loss

After a bright start saw them in the driving seat for much of the game, Trinity were devastated to lose 13-12 after a last-gasp UCD try in the most dramatic of circumstances.
By Dillon Hennessy
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DUFC Men’s Clinch Colours Victory

They defeated rivals UCD tonight at College Park, 28-15.
By Ciarán McKenna
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The Gentle Giant of Irish Powerlifting

After setting the national record for deadlifting at 290 kg and the record for bench press at 182.5 kg, Killian Carolan speaks about his plans to make a career out of the sport and raise its profile amongst young people in Ireland.
By Dillon Hennessy
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After Three Years, Trinity Men’s Tennis Club Regain Varsity Trophy

The team overcame substantial adversity throughout the competition.
By Ciarán McKenna
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Trinity Men’s Volleyball Win First-Ever Irish Intervarsities Cup

The women’s team experienced disappointment due to injury, despite strong performances all around.
By Ciaran Sunderland
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Women in Sport Panel Highlights Key Challenges in Equal Treatment

Hosted by Trinity Sport and Trinity School of Physiotherapy, the discussion addressed gender disparities in media coverage, how controversy trumps performance, and a lack of women in sideline roles.
By Sarah Ledden
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UCD Rowers Reclaim Gannon and Corcoran Cups in Colours Clash

With spring tides swelling the Liffey and tourists in green hats swelling the crowd, Trinity won the Dan Quinn Trophy for Novice Men in the second race of the day to prevent a clean sweep from UCD.
By Dillon Hennessy
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Trinity Sailing Take Second Place Overall at 2016 IUSA Varsities

Trinity Firsts member Scott Flanigan won IUSA's Sailor of the Year award during the weekend in Co. Clare.
By Neil Dee