How many times do you reckon Davy Fitzgerald swears while on a zipline? Hint: a lot.
There is a huge afternoon of GAA on TG4 this coming Sunday with 5½ hours of coverage starting at 1:30pm.
Danny Sutcliffe would love to see the Fenway Hurling Classic become a regular event.
Peadar Óg Ó Griofa is expected to miss most - if not all - of the Galway footballers' 2016 campaign after rupturing his cruciate knee ligament for a third time.
Pete McGrath believes Fermanagh have as good a chance as anyone of winning next year's Ulster SFC.
Darren Hughes has given his backing to the idea of staging an International Rules Test in America.
Newcestown selector Eamonn Sheehy has been critical of the Cork County Board's handling of Daniel Twomey's suspension.
Aaron Kernan has no plans to follow his father Joe into management just yet.
Two thousand and fifteen will be a year that Na Piarsaigh's David Dempsey will not forget in a hurry.
GPA chief executive Dessie Farrell has defended last Sunday's Fenway Hurling Classic in Boston.
Noel Connors expects the brave decision by his Waterford team-mate Maurice Shanahan to speak publicly about his battle with depression to change the perception of inter-county players as being immune to real-life issues.
Mick O'Connell says his only regret in football is not keeping his medals to show them to his grandchildren.
Bryan Sheehan looks set to be named the new Kerry senior football captain for 2016.
New Kilkenny under-21 manager Eddie Brennan has received a glowing endorsement from Brian Cody.
Dessie Farrell has strongly refuted suggestions that the GPA was involved in the recent players' management heaves in Galway and Mayo.