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Galway Triathlon Club (GTC) recently held another successful Aquathon Series which involved six weekly 750m Swim and 5km run events. In total, over 70 members from GTC, Predator Tri Club and Tri Sport took part. As part of engaging with the community, GTC agreed that any funds generated through the Aquathon Series fee would be donated to support the Octopus Swimming Club.Octopus Swimming Club, which was founded in 1981 and based in Kilcornan, Galway, is no ordinary swimming club. It operates using the ‘Halliwick’ concept, which is suitable for all and is particularly suited to people with disabilities – be it spinal cord, amputee, head injury, stroke, spina-bifida, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, visual impairment and also people who are fearful of water – to become “water free”.Mary Arrigan, the founder, explains that “If somebody is in a wheelchair all day, it is great to see their reaction when you put them in water and see their body move and be free. When they start, we teach them to become balanced in the water and to have good breath control so they become relaxed. And when somebody is completely relaxed, they can float and eventually they can move and swim.” The club, which has over forty members ranging in age from 8 to 74 are extremely grateful of the support from Galway Triathlon Club.The Galway Triathlon Committee identified the connection between the clubs with both clubs promoting physical activity through a strong emphasis on swimming, and also social connections. Like GTC members, the members of the Octopus Swimming Club are extremely positive and determined in taking on new challenges.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Pictured is David Kennedy (Octopus Swimming Club) receiving the donation from Karl Prendergast (Galway Tri Club Committee). Also included are Fiona Donovan (GTC and Octopus Swimming Club), Breda Burke (Octopus Swimming Club) and Mary Arrigan-Langan (Octopus Swimming Club Founder).
The event is this year sponsored by County Galway Credit Unions and Kevin Dwyer went along to the launch. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Kevin also spoke to Rob Glynn of St Anthony and Claddagh Credit UnionAudio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/ROB%20GLYNN%20GOLF%20CLASSIC.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Kevin then spoke to Former Galway Great Pat DonnellanAudio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/PAT%20DONNELLAN%20GOLF%20CLASSIC.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. He first spoke to the Chairman of County Galway Credit Unions John MurphyAudio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/JOHN%20MURPHY%20GOLF%20CLASSIC.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Bearna Golf Club will be the venue for the 2018 Galway GAA Golf Classic on the 20th and 21st of July with all funds raised going towards the preparation of Galway’s Inter-County Teams in both hurling and football.
Tags:#Apple#How To#mobile#web 6 Best Video Conferencing Services for Small Bu… Feel like hacking your phone today? If you’ve got about 10 minutes to spare, you can turn your iPhone into a Wi-Fi hotspot using a combination of the latest “jailbreaking” software and an app called MyWi. The app takes your iPhone’s 3G data connection and shares it out so other computers can connect to it as if it’s just another Wi-Fi network. You can even share your 3G connection with your iPad, if you’d like. Before You Get Started…A few caveats:Jailbreaking, the process of opening up your phone to allow for the installation of unapproved 3rd-party applications, voids the warranty on your phone. If you’re a stickler for these types of things, this may not be the hack for you. (If you really want a phone that functions as a Wi-Fi hotspot, maybe you should wait for the Evo instead.)That said, jailbreaking is reversible in the sense that you can always return your phone to factory settings then reapply your backup and no one will be the wiser. Your iPhone is automatically backed up every time you sync with iTunes, but you may want to double-check that your contacts, photos, calendar items and any other critical information is safely stored somewhere else…just in case. The MyWi app is buggy. Really, really buggy. Upon first launch, it crashed repeatedly in our tests. The issue seems to be with the “Rock You” sign-in/registration process. But I got it working and you may be able to as well. In fact, it’s the crashing problem that makes the entire setup process take so long – not the jailbreak itself. That’s downright speedy. MyWi isn’t free, but comes with a trial period (thank goodness!). The app costs $9.99 when you’re ready to purchase. How ToTurn Your iPhone Into A Wi-Fi Hotspot Related Posts The first step is to jailbreak your phone. If you’ve never done this before, you can follow our guide here for the iPad – it’s the exact same procedure, from start to finish. For those who are familiar with jailbreaking and just need the software, go here: spiritjb.com. Once your jailbroken phone is up-and-running, launch the Cydia application store. In Cydia, search for “MyWi.” There are two apps listed, but the one that says “No Rock” next to it never installed for us. Grab the other one instead. Tap on the search result for the app, tap the “install” button in the upper-right corner, then tap “confirm.” When installation is complete, tap the “Reload SpringBoard” button. (If this part gets stuck, just reboot your iPhone). Launch the MyWi app. Accept the agreement and tap “OK.” Now comes the tricky part. In our tests, the app would barely stay open for more than a couple of seconds at this point. In fact, we were about to write it off as a total loss. But after a bit of perseverance, we got it working. It appeared as if the problem was with registering for a RockYourPhone account via the app. (RockYourPhone is a paid application store for jailbroken phones where MyWi is sold.)Instead of registering for an account via the app, we went to RockYourPhone.com and signed up there instead. Before returning to the app, we copied our registration email address to the clipboard so we could quickly paste it in instead of typing it in.Re-launch MyWi. Tap “sign in.” Paste in your email, type in your password. The app will check for your registration (and probably crash again). The app will check for license updates and then allow you to use it on the “trial” license. If you can’t get past this step because the app continues to crash, we’re sorry. We can’t help you. Like we said, the app is buggy. You may be able to get it going, but we’ll make no promises. Hopefully, a future version will be more stable.Assuming you do get the app to (finally!) launch, you’ll see the option to turn Wi-Fi Tethering on via a toggle switch at the top. You can also turn on USB and Bluetooth tethering using the toggle towards the bottom. With tethering on, your phone’s Internet connection, 3G or otherwise, is made available as a Wi-Fi hotspot to nearby computers. You can even use WEP security if you’d like. When you’re finished, you can switch tethering off and close the app. Note: Problems Sharing 3G?If you run into problems with MyWi not being able to share your 3G data connection, a simple reset of your network settings may resolve the issue. Go into the Settings app -> General -> Reset -> Reset Network Settings. Reboot the phone and try MyWi again. Top 5 Areas Where Companies Want IoT Solutions With This One Question, You’ll Never Need an Ic… sarah perez How Connected Communities Can Bolster Your Busi…
Share on Twitter Since you’re here… Radio Cricket Sign up to the Spin – our weekly cricket round-up As we view the wreckage of the Ashes series (No escaping the awful truth, Sport, 19 December), can I return to your critique of Geoffrey Boycott? Matthew Engel dismisses him as an irrelevance and claims “I think we’ve all heard enough” (9 December).This indicates a profound misunderstanding of radio and how its audience listens. Boycott was a fine batsman, no doubt a really difficult man, but undoubtedly a great broadcaster. That’s because he has that extraordinary ability to connect the listener, the person who has never played professional cricket, to the mystery of international sport. Support The Guardian Share on Facebook Australia cricket team Share on Messenger … we have a small favour to ask. More people, like you, are reading and supporting the Guardian’s independent, investigative journalism than ever before. And unlike many news organisations, we made the choice to keep our reporting open for all, regardless of where they live or what they can afford to pay.The Guardian will engage with the most critical issues of our time – from the escalating climate catastrophe to widespread inequality to the influence of big tech on our lives. At a time when factual information is a necessity, we believe that each of us, around the world, deserves access to accurate reporting with integrity at its heart.Our editorial independence means we set our own agenda and voice our own opinions. Guardian journalism is free from commercial and political bias and not influenced by billionaire owners or shareholders. This means we can give a voice to those less heard, explore where others turn away, and rigorously challenge those in power.We hope you will consider supporting us today. We need your support to keep delivering quality journalism that’s open and independent. Every reader contribution, however big or small, is so valuable. Support The Guardian from as little as $1 – and it only takes a minute. Thank you. Share on LinkedIn Topics The Ashes Read more Share on Pinterest Australia sport Share on WhatsApp Share via Email letters He does that by a form of intimate communication that scholars of radio have long explained. He addresses us as the batsman, by urging us to play better, to ignore that delivery but to smite that loose one. He reminds us of the perils of the “corridor of uncertainty” and, boy, the next time I face the Australian attack, how alert I will be to that danger!Boycott tells us how to play better, as if we were striding out on to the Waca with his advice in our ear. Few have understood the true nature of radio and sports commentary better. We may be rubbish at cricket – indeed we are – but at sports commentary, with Boycott on our team, we rule.Professor Hugh ChignellDirector of the Centre for Media History, Bournemouth University• Which is the better metaphor for the state of the nation at the end of 2017: a leaky £3bn flagship aircraft carrier (Report, 19 December), or the performance of the England cricket team?Jim GolcherTowcester, Northampton • Join the debate – email email@example.com• Read more Guardian letters – click here to visit gu.com/letters England cricket team Reuse this content Ashes 2017-18
Koeman: Liverpool defender Van Dijk can take criticism; that’s why he’s so goodby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveHolland coach Ronald Koeman says Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk’s willingness to take on criticism will see him continue to improve.Koeman signed Van Dijk for Southampton and made him his Oranje captain this season.He told De Telegraaf: “We have a history with eachother. That is easier for me. When I became a national coach, I knew who Virgil van Dijk was. “I did not know how Matthijs de Ligt was as a person. Ah, sometimes Virgil estimates situations too easily. I’m trying to change that. If that succeeds, he will really be the best in the world.”He also knows how I am. That is why I can criticise. Virgil does not think: oh, dear, I’m being hammered. And yet I think afterwards that I should not have openly criticised him. Sometimes, as a coach, I have to protect players a bit more. I know that this is not necessary in his case.”There is respect from me to him. What I did after that match (against France), I cannot do with everyone. It was nice that later in the season he caused a penalty at Liverpool against Manchester City and the next day with the Dutch National Team he joked about that moment when he greeted our entire staff. He thought, if I do not start it myself, I will cop it from the coach … He is a top fella. He is anchored and very critical of himself.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Donyell Malen watched by Liverpoolby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveDonyell Malen is being watched by Liverpool as he stars for PSV Eindhoven.The striker scored FIVE goals in one game last weekend as the Dutch Eredivisie giants smashed Vitesse Arnhem 5-0, says The Sun.Malen has bagged 11 goals in 14 games for PSV.Arsenal let Malen return to his native Holland after just over a year in England.He scored 10 goals in 37 games last term after struggling for game time the previous season.
TagsTransfersAbout the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say Man Utd chief Judge held talks with PSG striker Cavaniby Freddie Taylor10 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United once held talks with Paris Saint-Germain star Edinson Cavani, but the deal did not materialise.A report in The Athletic indicates that United transfer guru Matt Judge engaged in talks with the Uruguayan a few years ago.But it appears the Uruguay international was happy at PSG and a possible move was shut down by Cavani’s brother.It is said that Cavani’s sibling added various demands into a possible deal that United did not think were suitable.United could go back in for Cavani in the summer, as they need a senior forward and he will likely leave PSG on a free transfer.The veteran is now 32, but could still do a job for United for a couple of seasons – a la Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
VineFormer BYU star Matt Carlino is no stranger to big shots, and the new Marquette Golden Eagle hit a huge one with under a second left against Big East rival Georgetown. With a few second remaining in the game, and Marquette down two, Carlino takes the ball up the floor, and hits a huge shot with his toes barely touching the three-point line. The shot was literally inches away from ending the game. Instead, we’re heading to overtime.The shot caps a monster game for Carlino, who has 25 points against the Hoyas. He’ll have his chance to help Marquette win it in overtime.