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We have been informed that Irish sailor Annalise Murphy's Laser radial races will not be shown live by RTE or any other broadcaster on Friday and Saturday.
Annalise Murphy is sailing in Laser Radail sailing class, thanks to her brother on facebook here is an explanation of how it works and her schedule of races.
Providence Team IRL had a good week at the ISAF World Cup event at Weymouth, with the Sonar team medalling, Annalise Murphy coming in fifth and three teams finishing just outside the leading positions.
Irish Olympian Laser Radial sailor, Annalise Murphy has won a silver medal at the prestigious Delta Lloyd Regatta in the Netherlands.
Annalise Murphy from Providence Team IRL has today (17 September) become the second sailor to qualify Ireland for the 2016 Olympics.
Former Olympian Rory Fitzpatrick, now coach to sailing star Annalise Murphy, has proved to his protégé that experience can triumph over youth…at least when it comes to Moth sailing.
Annalise Murphy, Ireland's Olympic sailor from Providence Team IRL has again won Gold and retained her Eurosaf crown at the Vela Garda Trentino, Italian Olympic Week on Lake Garda.
This week, Annalise Murphy, Ryan Seaton, Matt McGovern and James Espey of Providence Team IRL will take to the waters of the Bay of Palma for their first sailing World Cup of the 2014 spring / summer season.
Annalise Murphy yesterday finished 23rd overall at the Women’s Laser Radial World Championship in Rizhao, China.
Annalise Murphy has won gold at the Laser European and World Championships today on her native Dublin Bay from Holland’s Olympic silver medallist Marit Bowmeester.
Annalise Murphy from Providence Team IRL remains in impressive form on her home waters as she leads the Women’s Laser Radial European Championship by five clear points.
Annalise Murphy won Gold on Sunday at the Italian Olympic Week 2013 on Lake Garda. She was sailed down the fleet on the first beat but caught the leaders on the first run and led the race from there in steady conditions.
Shane Dempsey from St Mary's College Rathmines recently sat down with Irish Olympic hero Annalise Murphy as part of his Gaisce award and spoke to her about the crazy year she has had since London 2012.
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