IN 2024, TEAM IRELAND CELEBRATES 100 YEARS OF PARTICIPATION AT THE OLYMPIC GAMES.

Team Ireland’s centenary celebrations honour not only our athletes but ignite a spark of inspiration in the hearts of future generations. We pay tribute to the legacy of Irish Olympians, who have paved the way over the past century, acknowledging their dedication and achievements that have brought pride to our nation. By sharing their stories, we ensure their impact endures for generations to come.

100 YEARS MILESTONE STORIES

100 YEARS OF TEAM IRELAND – OLYMPIAN RECOGNITION PROGRAMME UNVEILED

Celebrating 100 Years of Team Ireland, Olympian Recognition Programme Unveiled Schools, Clubs, and Communities invited to celebrate their Olympians with a Team Ireland plaque As part of the Team Ireland celebrations to mark its centenary, the Olympic Federation of Ireland has launched an Olympian Recognition Programme which allows schools, universities, clubs, and communities to celebrate […]

CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS FOR TEAM IRELAND UNVEILED

One hundred years of Irish participation at the Olympic Games will be celebrated this year with a series of events highlighting the achievements and rich history of Team Ireland’s Olympic athletes. A century after the fledgling Irish State first took its place among the family of nations at the 1924 Paris Olympic Games, the Olympic […]

Represent Team Ireland on St Patrick’s Day

We're inviting Olympians from past Games to bring their families along and walk behind the Team Ireland banner this St Patrick's Day. As part of our Centenary celebrations, Team Ireland is in touch with a number of St Patrick's Day parades around the country. Our vision is to have Olympians represent Team Ireland and the [...]

Striking A Blow For All Women | London 2012

Few people have had such a seismic effect on Olympic history than Katie Taylor who turned the 10,000 capacity ExCel Stadium in London into an ear-splitting ‘little Ireland’ over the course of her historic run to gold at the 2012 Games.The first time women’s boxing was included on the Olympic programme there were only three [...]

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