Paralympics Ireland Strategic Plan Survey

Paralympics Ireland are in the process of developing a new Strategic Plan. As part of the process we are seeking feedback from all stakeholders and now we want to hear from you! To have you say on the future direction of Paralympic Sports in Ireland just click HERE 

Paralympics Ireland announces strong team for Rio 2016!

Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Patrick O’Donovan T.D., was on hand at Dublin’s City Hall today to announce the Irish Paralympic Team for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games which will take place from September 7th to 18th. A team of 44 athletes was announced on the day across nine sports, with para-triathletes Catherine […]

Paralympian's Oliver Murphy and Anne Ebbs to be honoured at More Than Sport ball

One of Ireland’s first ever Paralympic athletes, Oliver Murphy, will be honoured alongside fellow Paralympian, Anne Ebbs, at the much-anticipated Paralympics Ireland More Than Sport fundraising ball which will take place this coming Saturday night, July 2nd at the Ballsbridge Hotel in Dublin. This weekend’s event has enormous significance for Mr. Murphy in particular, as […]

"I didn't allow other people's words to affect the way I lived" – Michael McKillop

There seems to be just no stopping Michael McKillop. The 26-year-old from Newtownabbey has become a household name on the national and international athletics stages over the last number of years, and when you take his huge number of accolades into account (including numerous gold medals and world records), it’s not hard to see why. […]

Paralympics Ireland: Bringing you something More Than Sport this year

Paralympics Ireland marked the announcement of their 56-strong 2016 Athlete Panel with the launch of a powerful new awareness and fundraising campaign, ‘More Than Sport’. The campaign is a massive drive  to raise vital and necessary funds for the road to Rio 2016, which will supplement recent Government funding that was allocated towards the cost […]