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Life moves quickly, even during lockdowns. The days were long, but the months flew. Businesses that came to a shuttering halt in mid-March are now approaching fully reopening. Covid 19 has heretofore been a catalyst for change in how many of us view how we live our lives. Sitting in the comfort of our car for hours has even less appeal than it did before.
It is no secret that our bodies change as we age. However, while you may feel that your days as a whippet-like twenty-something are behind you, it does not necessarily mean that you are no longer able to perform at your best. As the old adage goes, ‘age is just a number’, and many runners find that through a combination of smart training and experience, they actually flourish once they hit the veteran ranks.
Athlone Drug Awareness Group has launched a multimedia expression competition for teenagers and young adults aged between 12 and 20 years old.
Another successful Galway International Rally was celebrated at the weekend, with the top three entrants finishing within seconds of each other.
Brid McGing, owner of Mayo Podiatry Foot and Ankle Clinic, has over 15 years experience as a health care professional, having worked in both nursing and podiatry.
TOTALLY WIRED, the musical comedy duo, self-described as Ireland’s "oldest and least successful boy band", headline the next Comedy KARLnival at the Róisín Dubh.
The festive season may be a time for tradition but there is never just one way to decorate your Christmas dining table.
Do you suffer from pain in your feet, legs, pelvis or back? Often, the cause of this complaint can be found remotely from the location of discomfort. Measuring the movement pattern of the body helps to find the source of the complaint. Gait analysis assists in determining this source. Runner Louise, relates her experience — “I started running years ago. I enjoy competition and love being outdoors. Recently, however, I have found my recovery takes longer and those little niggles harder to shake off. A club colleague mentioned gait analysis. So, I gave APOS a call to try it out. Alana, the clinician, was very professional and spoke in plain language. It proved helpful.”
Galway athletes and clubs enjoyed podium finishes on day one of the 2019 Connacht Cross Country Championships held on a testing course in Calry, Sligo, on Sunday.
Galway athletes featured in the Connacht Primary Schools Cross County finals held in Moyne College, Co Longford, on Sunday.