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We asked members of the Orlando Sentinel staff to share some of their memories of Arnold Palmer. Mulligan and more Arnold Palmer had a pet dog in his Bay Hill office. Its name was "Mulligan." Perfect.
Arnold Palmer's vast legacy isn't found just in his hallowed golf career, charity work and family. You'll find it inside of a glass as well. Palmer may not have been the first to mix iced tea and lemo
What made Arnold Palmer such an object of admiration? We originally made a list of 86 reasons for his 86th birthday. We figured we'd update it when turned 100. Sadly, we'll never see that day. But we
Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew has backed Saturday's opponents Leicester City to shrug off their poor start to the season and finish comfortably in the top half of the Premier League
Manager Arsene Wenger has urged in-form Arsenal to stay vigilant against complacency, with the Frenchman saying his years spent in England have taught him not to take the "jungle" that is the Premier
Stoke City goalkeeper Jack Butland has returned to training after a lengthy spell on the sidelines with an ankle injury, manager Mark Hughes said Friday
Over The Line, a weekly sports web show produced by Postmedia, is back with another episode.
Missed penalties, few clean sheets and that Man United V Liverpool bore draw - Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 8 did not live up to the hype...
Ballymun Kickhams and St Vincent’s advanced to the semi-finals of the Dublin SFC after they enjoyed wins over Raheny and Lucan Sarsfields respectively at Parnell Park. First up was the meeting b
A Graham Callanan goal five minutes into injury time salvaged a draw for St Nicholas’ against Dohenys in an entertaining SFC Relegation play-off at Ovens last night.
It probably says everything about what Dundalk are achieving this season that the overriding feeling at the end of this defeat to Zenit was one of acute disappointment.
Republic of Ireland manager Martin O’Neill was handed un unwanted headache last night after Shane Long was forced off injured in Southampton’s 1-0 Europa League defeat to Inter.
Twelve years after scoring a dramatic hat-trick against Fenerbahce on his Manchester United debut, Wayne Rooney handed over to a new Stretford End hero as Paul Pogba inspired a Europa League victory w
Mauricio Pochettino has described Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli as like a “wild horse” that can never be tamed.
Shkodran Mustafi believes Arsenal are developing the adaptability required to chase major honours this season.
Kevin De Bruyne insists Manchester City have no reason to change anything after their Barcelona mauling.
Sky Sports subscribers in Ireland will have the choice of six live Saturday 3pm Premier League matches across Christmas and the New Year.
Three-time major winner Pádraig Harrington, who chipped in for an eagle on the par-four 15th, trails early leader Marc Warren by three shots following the opening day of the Portugal Masters in
Cork City’s U19 boss Stephen Bermingham believes his side’s Uefa Youth League success will inspire more young players to remain in the country and play League of Ireland football.
The title is on the line at Turner’s Cross this evening but not in the way Cork City would have hoped it would be just three games ago.
Kevin Thornton wants to set up a directory of “neutral” professionals to advise and support riders who find themselves in difficult situations.
Memories of how Dublin supporters took out their frustrations on the team’s bus after his championship debut keep Cian O’Sullivan’s feet firmly on the ground.
Former Kerry forward Declan Quill has called on the GAA to act on behalf of clubs who are losing players to AFL clubs.
Eamonn Fitzmaurice has tipped his former Kerry selector Diarmuid Murphy for a future in management after the Dingle man stepped down from his role yesterday.
Kildare legend Johnny Doyle has challenged the county’s big players to seize the responsibility and take the fight to provincial heavyweights Dublin.
Gregor Townsend knows how tough it is to win at Thomond Park in the best of circumstances and he recognises it will be an awful lot harder for his Glasgow Warriors players in these most emotional of t
Valerie Mulcahy thought it might be beneficial to gauge the demographics of match attendances at Croke Park to better understand who is attending the games, why and work towards making a positive cha
Dynamic flanker star Iain Henderson says he’s ready for Exeter’s ‘nuclear’ option when the two Pool 5 outsiders square up against each other at the Kingspan Stadium tomorrow ni
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Fresh from his game-winning heroics against Toulouse, Connacht centre Craig Ronaldson is targeting a repeat result against Zebre this weekend. 
Every county in Ireland needs more services and facilities and the social glue applied by boots-on-the-ground workers like the GAA’s GPOs, writes Brendan O’Brien
Zebre may be competing in the top tier of European club rugby this season but even if they beat Connacht this weekend to record their first victory in the Champions Cup, their heroics will go largely
The anticipated clash between two of last year’s leading staying hurdlers did not materialise at Thurles, but, in the absence of Prince Of Scars, the opening race proved a worthwhile schooling e
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