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Vitamin D means exploring D8

Vitamin D means exploring D8

With the first day of summer upon us, the sun is slowly creeping out from behind the clouds. There are many ways to soak up that Vitamin D. We explored…

Bohemians continue to rebuild their ground

Bohemians continue to rebuild their ground

Dalymount Park’s much needed development aims to remedy seating issues The Bohemian Football Club, one of Ireland’s most historic clubs, is finally moving with owners Dublin City Council to redevelop…

Going the extra mile in the Duathlon

Going the extra mile in the Duathlon

The annual Duathlon Series combining cycling and running took place in Phoenix Park last Saturday. The event was hosted by the Belpark Triathlon Club and is described on its website…

Phibsboro victorious: Bohemians 1 – 0 St Pats

Phibsboro victorious: Bohemians 1 – 0 St Pats

Bohemians beat St Patrick’s Athletic 1-0 at Dalymount Park after Stephen Mallon capitilised on a Jack Scott error. D7 and D8 were matched up for the first time in the…

I love helping others find their own way’: Liberties local looks to share a weight-loss journey

I love helping others find their own way’: Liberties local looks to share a weight-loss journey

Personal trainer Declan Flynn set up ‘FlynnFit boot camp’ at St James National School in January, using his own process of finding health and fitness as an inspiration.  “I didn’t…

High demand forces Bohs to stop selling season tickets

High demand forces Bohs to stop selling season tickets

Bohemians Football Club have had to turn down would-be season ticket buyers due to high demand for tickets and the lack of seating at Dalymount Park.  Following a fantastic 2020/21…

MMA classes: ‘We’re here to have fun’

MMA classes: ‘We’re here to have fun’

Technological University Dublin’s mixed martial arts club (TU Dublin MMA) introduced MMA classes for female students who wish to learn self-defence and MMA as a sport. TU Dublin MMA is…

Kicking into gear: reopening and martial arts

Kicking into gear: reopening and martial arts

A year and a half of lockdowns have hopefully finally ended. The Liberty spoke to Desmond Phelan of Arbour Hill Boxing Club and Andre Zavatini of Brazier Jiu Jitsu Academy to see what this a return to normal…

Come hell or high water: the 101st Liffey Swim  

Come hell or high water: the 101st Liffey Swim  

   Swim Ireland have confirmed that the 101st Liffey Swim will take place on Saturday the 23rd of October this year.  The new course will start at the Old Customs House and finish at the 3 Arena. The women’s race is set to start at 12:30 and the men’s race will…

Bohs join in fight against climate change

Bohs join in fight against climate change

Why would Phibsboro’s favourite football club have a climate justice officer? The Liberty finds out. With football fans deprived of live matches, clubs such as Bohemian FC are reaching out to fans and…

Taekwondo champ talks trials and tribulations

Taekwondo champ talks trials and tribulations

Twenty-year-old Ciara Fitzsimons is a world champion in her sport. She tells The Liberty about her journey from white to black belt, and all the way to the top, competing…

American football in Ireland: slowly growing its influence

American football in Ireland: slowly growing its influence

The Liberty explores the roots and gradual development of American football in Ireland and chats with the coaches, players and promoters of the game.  The history of American Football in Ireland dates back to 1984, when the Irish American Football League (IAFL) was established. Today there are 20 ‘full contact’…

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