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Time waits for no man, and Galway’s newest freeman of the city, John Killeen, is already setting new goals and pushing more boundaries.
There is growing confidence in Galway this weekend that not alone will the city will be named as a stopover port for the 2012 Volvo Ocean Race, but that it is in with a great chance of hosting the finish of the race — an award that would multiply the massive coverage it received last year.
Galway received its first glimpse of its entry into this year’s Volvo Ocean Race when it sailed into the city on Sunday amid of flotilla of supporting yachts.
Many thought it would not happen before the Volvo Ocean Race. Many believed it would not happen long after the race left Galway, but this week it was confirmed that the massive oil tanks at the docks will be taken down by the end of April.
Galway is set to transform into a technological powerhouse during the two-week Volvo Ocean Race stopover event from May23 to June 6.
Galway-based telecoms infrastructure provider Nortel has teamed with Flexible Contact Solutions to support the communications needs of Let’s Do It Galway for the Volvo Ocean Race stopover.
Let’s Do It Galway, the group responsible for bringing The Volvo Ocean Race to Galway, are asking patrons to plan their travel, as traffic is expected to be very heavy over the festival.