Olympic Council of Ireland tweetz:
Katie [Taylor] has 90 seconds to turn this around #TeamIreland
Come on, Katie!
A devastatingly hard to watch post fight interview with Katie Taylor.
Via RTÉ Sport
Various Dublin city locations extensively Canvazzed yesterday.
G’wan the Katie!
Katie Taylor at the opening of McGettigan’s, Main Street, Bray, Co Wicklow [potential new Broadsheet editorial ‘local’] with her Olympic gold medal-winning left glove encased in the snug.
We’ll have the punch.
McGettigan’s, Bray (Facebook)
Katie Taylor tries comedy.
From laughter troupe
Beards and Boobs.
Uncanny, in fairness.
Lovely new prints of Irish sporting legends now available at online artwork shop
Wordbird.ie for €25 each. From top: Paul McGrath, Katie Taylor and His Bodness.
Wordbird are preparing
six more sporting prints and would welcome subject suggestions below.
Bray boxer Katie Taylor at Dublin Airport returning from her world championship victory in South Korea this evening with fans Oisin (left) and Gerard Murphy from Greystones, Co Wicklow.
(Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland)
Katie Taylor in training prior to her departure for South Korea where she won her fifth world championship this morning.
Filmed for Lucozade Sport around Bray, Co Wicklow by Dermot Malone.
Earlier: While You Were Sleeping
Thanks Bob Coggins
The Bray woman secured the gold with a victory over Azerbaijan’s Yana Allekseevana [left] in the 60kg final early this morning. The judges scored the fight 40-36, 39-37, 39-37 in Taylor’s favour. The 2012 Olympic champion is now level with Indian great Mary Kom on five world crowns.
Katie Taylor wins fifth consecutive world title (RTÉ)
Connacht Rugby captain John Muldoon bumps into Katie Taylor at Dublin Airport.
Katie is on her way to a possible
fifth in a row world boxing title at the WQBA championships in the Jeju Islands, South Korea which gets underway on November 14.
Via Connacht Rugby/Braypicks