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Triple gold medalist Eve McMahon and Irish Academy sailors welcomed at Dublin Airport

by Rachel Fallon-Langdon 3 Aug 03:46 PDT

A fantastic welcome home to ILCA6 Youth World Champion Eve McMahon and the Irish Sailing Academy Team at Dublin airport this morning.

There was family, friends and supports from the local sailing community all waving flags and giving a cheer.

Well done to Academy Sailors Luke Turvey, Oisin Hughes, Eve McMahon, Rocco Wright, Fiachra McDonnell, coach Liam Glynn and Sophie Kilmartin who stayed on in the US.

Representing Irish Sailing was Harry Hermon, World Sailing was Fiona Bolger, Irish Sailing Foundation was Rachel Fallon-Langdon.

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