Former Team Ireland sprinter and RTÉ columnist David Gillick examines the world of doping in athletics from an athlete's perspective.
In his latest blog, former Team Ireland sprinter and double European 400m indoor champion David Gillick, breaks down how the athletics season pans out.
In his latest RTÉ column, former Team Ireland sprinter David Gillick recalls the emotions of representing his country for the first time in a major international championship.
In his latest RTÉ Sport column, former Team Ireland sprinter David Gillick discusses dealing with pre-race nerves and training the mind to be an ally, which results in mental strength.
Former Team Ireland sprinter David Gillick discusses the new doping scandal in athletics and what can be done to clean up the sport.
Former Irish sprinter David Gillick looks back at the European Indoor Championships and the state of play in the Ireland team.
David Gillick looks at the drive and motivation needed to succeed in top-tier athletics and how important planning one's goals is.
Former Team Ireland sprinter David Gillick looks at the hows and whys of Olympic champion Mo Farah's two missed drugs tests.
In his latest column, David Gillick opens up about his new initiative with Athletics Ireland to get more young people involved in his sport.
The fourth year of an Olympic cycle represents the final stages of a career-defining four-year plan for Irish athletes, writes David Gillick.
Athletics needs a positive boost but unfortunately it won't happen at the World Indoor Athletics Championships in Portland, writes David Gillick, who wants Russian athletes be banned from the Olympics.
David Gillick reflects on the sweet justice of Rob Heffernan and Olive Loughnane's medal upgrades, but fears there were other Irish athletes cheated out of glory.
David Gillick reflects on his battle to come to terms with retirement, and the courage required to make a tentative return to the sport he loves.
It's not only fans of the national soccer team that can lay claim to being 'the best fans in the world', according to David Gillick, who found himself in reflective mood at the European Championships in Amsterdam this week.
Irish 4x400m runner David Gillick reflects on what might have been after the team missed out on Olympic qualification by a hair.