Using slow movement to increase your health and energy

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon Every martial art – from karate to capoeira to muay thai – has a certain appeal to those interested in pursuing them and, yet, the most popular, Tai Chi,...

Big hurling festival in Galway has strong international flavor

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon AS the International Hurling Festival, taking place in the city and county from September 18 to 21, draws closer, the final preparations are being put in place by Aer...

Silver lining for Galway woman at the World Transplant Games

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon ALTHOUGH she claimed a silver medal in the 400m track event at the 19th World Transplant Games in South Africa recently, Renmore native Sinead McGowan stresses the greater celebration...

New Tribes Water Polo Club is making a big splash

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon TRIBES Water Polo Club may only be in existence three years or so but already its teams have begun to dominate competitions at various age levels nationally, while a...

Kids being burned out by doing too much too soon

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon A Galway-based New Zealand coach has expressed concern at the huge fall-off in numbers playing team sports in their teens in Ireland and he says it is down to...

True blue Dub is totally devoted to Tribeswomen’s cause

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon DUBLIN football and hurling is certainly on a high at present and one man who has played a role in those successes, Tallaght native Barry Downey, will be hoping...


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