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Drive-through Covid-19 testing centre to test 1,000 people a day

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The first drive-through HSE Covid-19 testing centre in the West of Ireland, which is based at Galway Airport, will be able to test 1,000 people a day when it is fully operational.

Leading international sports scientist to deliver seminar and workshop in GMIT

Internationally renowned sports scientist and researcher, Professor Tim Gabbett, will deliver a seminar and workshop on the topics ‘Pain to Performance’ and ‘Train Smarter and Harder’ in GMIT next week. The events are being organised by John Duggan, lecturer on the BSc (hons) sports and exercise science and Dr Lisa Ryan, head of the GMIT Department of Natural Sciences.

Steps for less stress during exam season

As the Junior and Leaving Cert exams get underway this week, it is normal for students and parents, to become overwhelmed by the high level of stress and anxiety that comes hand-in-hand with state exams.

No downgrading of physical education in our schools - Ruane

Sinn Féin councillor Thérèse Ruane has voiced her serious concerns at downgrading of physical education in the school curriculum and has described plans to reduce the time allocated to physical education as a retrograde step which will have a serious negative impact on the health of young people and warns that any such moves must be stopped in their tracks.

Training and Optimal Health for SporTraining and Optimal Health for Sport

Galway-based fitness and martial arts instructor Shane Fitzgibbon has recently published what many have described as “a must-have resource” to sports people of all levels.

Champion Mayo athlete opens sports psychology clinic

A new sports psychology clinic for elite performance is now open in Mayo.

New website to help schoolgoers and raise funds for GOAL

Education, fun, and charity have come together to create a new website to help school pupils with their general knowledge as well as raising money for GOAL.

 

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