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Tuesday, September 17, 2013
2013 Global Open Water Swimming Conference In Cork
Hosted at the Rochestown Park Hotel between October 11th-13th, Day 2 of the conference on October 12th includes the following:
8.15 Marcus Connaughton – introducing the Mayor of the County of Cork
8.20 Welcoming Address by the Mayor of the County of Councillor Noel O’Connor
8.30 Session I - Chairman Marcus Connaughton, SEASCAPES, RTE RADIO 1
Celebrating the Oceans Seven with Stephen Redmond and Anna-Carin Nordin
9.00 Dr. Tom Doyle – The Myths and Truths About Jellyfish
Prof. Dr. Angel Yanagihara – The Science of the Sting
10.30 Session II – Chairman Eilis Burns
Nick Adams – The Young Marathoners
Sally Minty-Gravett – How to Build a Great Open Water Swimming Club
Ellery McGowan – The Old and the Rest Of Us
Mike Oram – Swimmers Live on Adrenaline & Dreams – Pilots Work on Reality & Safety
Kevin Murphy – The Great Duel – Murphy vs. Renford – Best of Three
12.30 Lunch with WOWSA Awards and Presentations
13.30 Session III – Chairman John Buckley
Doctors Heather Lunt & Sakura Hingley-Adams – Just Add Water Trevor Woods – Optimising Recovery
15.30 Session IV - New Swims – Chairman Lisa Cummins
Niek Kloots – www.openwaterswimming.eu – From its Beginning to Today
Wayne Soutter – How to plan a new route
Fergal Somerville – Dublin Bay - Over & Back
Owen O’Keefe – Pioneering Local Swims in Cork & the Province of Munster
Nuala Moore, Anne Marie Ward, Jackie Cobell, Ram Barkai – Bering Strait Swim
Ram Barkai – Ice Swimming – The New Frontier
17.20 Closing by Ned Denison
19.30 Drinks Reception
20.15 Gala Dinner and the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame induction ceremonies
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