RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Twitter Previous articleFirst Irish death from CoronavirusNext articleLimerick Chamber joins Government, Trade Unions & Employer Bodies in shared national effort to respond to COVID-19 Jack Neville Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Linkedin Print Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Advertisement Facebook TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick PostRun for Funrunning Email Bon Secours Hospital Limerick at Barringtons is delighted today to announce that it is renewing its sponsorship of the children’s ‘Run for Fun’ at the Great Limerick Run weekend.The announcement was made today at the Bon Secours Hospital Limerick by hospital Manager Jason Kenny and ‘Run for Fun’ CEO John Cleary. Also in attendance were Limerick hurling manager John Kiely and players Diarmaid Byrnes, Will O’Donoghue and Declan Hannon.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The event will take place on Saturday, May 2nd at the University of Limerick.REPRO FREE 09/03/2020 Runners, from left to right, Dylan Barry, aged 7, Lucy Murray, aged 12, Alan Cleary, aged 12, Ella Barry aged 5, Dylan Gilmore, aged 12, Sam Gilmore, aged 10, and Kevin Kearns, aged 10, along with Limerick hurlers Will O’Donoghue and Diarmaid Byrnes and manager John Kiely. Photo by Diarmuid GreeneThe run, which is non-competitive, is for national school children (5-13 years) across multiple distances and suitable for all standards. The sponsorship is another Bon Secours Hospital Limerick commitment to supporting activity in the county, following the signing of a three-year agreement last year to sponsor the Limerick senior hurling club championshipSpeaking at today’s announcement, hospital manager Jason Kenny said:“We have a long running relationship with the Great Limerick Run weekend, having previously sponsored the Sunday event, which is an incredible success in its own right, bringing over 14,000 people into the city on the May Bank Holiday Weekend. It’s a huge boost for the city in terms of sports tourism and has been one of the stand-out individual elements that have combined into the great Limerick success story over the past decade or so.“We were delighted to take up on the opportunuty to sponsor the ‘Run for Fun’ because it promotes healthy activity amongst children and that’s something as a healthcare provider that we are very keen to promote. Getting children involved in exercise can introduce them to something that will stay with them for much of their lives and reduce health risks. It’s also good for their wider wellbeing, their confidence, things that are very important to work on from an early age.”REPRO FREE 09/03/2020 Runners Dylan Barry, aged 7, and Ella Barry aged 5, along with Limerick hurling captain Declan Hannon and Jason Kenny, Hospital Manager, Bon Secours Hospital Limerick at Barringtons. Photo by Diarmuid GreeneSaid John Cleary, CEO of the Great Limerick Run:“It’s essential when you are getting sponsorship partners on board that they are the right fit from the actual event’s perspective. Bon Secours Hospital Limerick ticks that box. It has a great heritage here in the city given the hospital’s origins here and they are a healthcare provider operating to the highest standards.“We were delighted to have them as title sponsors of the Sunday event prior to this and delighted that they have stayed with us to sponsor this very important ‘Run for Fun’. It is what it says on the tin. We want to introduce them to healthy activity, to having fun doing it and that’s what the event is all about.“We’ve seen their delight at crossing the finishing line knowing, as they do that, it’s not a competitive event, that everyone is a winner. And we’ve seen the delight of their parents at watching the children getting out there, participating in such a healthy activity and enjoying themselves in the process.”REPRO FREE 09/03/2020 Runners, from left to right, Alan Cleary, aged 12, Sam Gilmore, aged 10, Dylan Gilmore, aged 12, along with Limerick hurlers Will O’Donoghue and Diarmaid Byrnes and manager John Kiely. Photo by Diarmuid GreeneSaid John Kiely, Limerick senior hurling manager,“As a school principal and someone involved in sport pretty much all my life, I’ve seen just how important participation in sport is, no matter what code it is. We have to encourage our children to be involved first and foremost.“It cannot be about competitiveness for them, it must be about fun when they are this stage of life. I commend John Cleary and his team for pulling this event together and Bon Secours Hospital Limerick at Barringtons for sponsoring it.“They have put their support behind Limerick hurling through their sponsorship of the senior hurling club championship over the past year m and they must be commended again on getting involved in another very positive Initiative with the Run for Fun.”The post Bon Secours to sponsor children’s ‘Run for Fun’ on May Bank Holiday weekend appeared first on Sporting Limerick. 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Scene design will be by Andrew Lieberman, with costume design by Kaye Voyce, lighting design by Tyler Micoleau and sound design by Stowe Nelson. Tony nominee Marc Kudisch (9 to 5) is among the cast who will feature in Signature Theatre’s previously reported production of A.R. Gurney’s The Wayside Motor Inn. Directed by Lila Neugebauer, the show will run August 12 through September 21 in The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre at The Pershing Square Signature Center. Opening night is set for September 4. View Comments Related Shows Outside Boston, ten people—some strangers, some not—struggle with the circumstances that have brought them to the Wayside Motor Inn. With old grudges and new feuds threatening the travelers’ peace, the play examines the tenuous space between loneliness and connection, and the fragile framework of the American Dream. The Wayside Motor Inn Joining Kudisch as Vince will be Kelly AuCoin as Andy, Jon DeVries as Frank, Quincy Dunn-Baker as Ray, Rebecca Henderson as Ruth, Jenn Lyon as Sharon, Lizbeth Mackay as Jessie, David as Phil, Ismenia Mendes as Sally and Will Pullen as Mark. Show Closed This production ended its run on Oct. 5, 2014
* WVS has the existing functionalfacilities. With the institution under the supervision and control of DOH,putting up additional equipment and manpower is expedited. * Philippine Society ofAnesthesiologists Iloilo Panay Chapter – Dr. Maria Soccoro Felisarta, president * Philippine Pediatric Society WesternVisayas Chapter – Dr. Joselito Caso, president * West Visayas State UniversityMedical Center (WVSUMC) can focus its resources on non -COVID-19 cases andshall absorbed patients from WVMC in case of a surge patients. They expounded their suggestion: * Philippine Society of GeneralSurgeons Panay Chapter – Dr. Carol Joy Quimpo, president “These are desperate times that callfor desperate solutions. We should all be helping each other by making the mostof what we have to mitigate the spread of this disease,” read part of thedoctors’ letter. * The number of healthcare personnelput at risk is kept to a low number, thus ensuring that there shall beavailable manpower from other health facilities, both public and private, toaugment should need arises. WVS is under the supervision of theDepartment of Health (DOH). They have a suggestion: designate ahospital solely dedicated to attending COVID-19 cases. * Philippine College of Surgeons PanayChapter – Dr. Roy Joseph Trinidad, president * WVS is relatively isolated inlocation, but geographically accessible. Defensor welcomed the doctors’suggestion and said he and Iloilo City’s Mayor Jerry Treñas, and DOH Region 6 already identified WVS as designated hospital for PUIs in case WVMCcould not handle them anymore. ILOILO City – As local governmentunits across Region 6 scramble to contain the spread of the coronavirus disease2019 (COVID-19), various societies of doctors in Western Visayas warned of apossible shortage in healthcare frontliners. * Under the current DOH protocol, mildPUIs (patients under investigation) with stable co-morbidities may be admittedto level 1 hospitals, to which WVS belongs. ‘WECAN SOLVE THIS’ * Moderate to severe PUIs must bereferred to Level 2 and Level 3 hospitals which include WVMC, a tertiary level,400- bed capacity hospital and also under the jurisdiction of DOH. * Private hospitals can also allocatetheir service rooms to non-COVID-19 patients, if needed. * Quarters be provided in the hospitalcompound for physicians who go on duty at the WVS They made several suggestions on howlocal government units should handle COVID-19 cases or suspected cases: In this city and Iloilo province, thedoctors identified the Western Visayas Sanitarium (WVS) in Santa Barbara townas possible COVID-19-dedicated health facility. * Admitting patients to this single,dedicated health facility significantly contributes to the containment ofcases, an imperative move to limit the continued spread. “The province and city of Iloilo, inthe exigency of service, may mobilize doctors to go on duty in the identifiedhospitals, and that private physicians are ready to answer the call for serviceshould the circumstances demand,” the doctors added. The letter was from the Iloilo MedicalSociety led by Dr. Jesus Eugenio Garin de Jesus and the Philippines MedicalAssociation. Having a hospital solely dedicated toCOVID-19 cases will ensure that infections are contained and constraints toresources are minimized, according to the doctors. It was also signed by the following: LOOK: Healthcare professionals ask the public to do their part in fighting the spread of the #coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) by staying at home. Photo courtesy of Western Visayas Medical Center “The shortage of frontliners can bereasonably foreseen and a scenario that cannot be avoided, if ever patients arenot confined to specified hospitals,” according to the doctors in a letter toGov. Arthur Defensor Jr. * Philippine College of PhysiciansWestern Visayas Chapter – Dr. Shella Mae Sonza, president * As a DOH-retained hospital, WVS canavail itself of the services of infectious disease specialists from the WesternVisayas Medical Center (WVMC). “We in the medical profession are willing to do our part. Together,as one, we can solve this health emergency and come out stronger,” according tothe doctors. * Philippine Obstetrics andGynecologic Society – Dr. Nora Gepulle, president * Private hospitals, although Level 2and Level 3 hospitals, have very limited rooms that can be allocated to theCOVID-19 patients, and the resources are better reserved for other criticalpatients. The provincial government, he said,has started addressing the needs of WVS to make it more equipped./PN
In spite of the array of stars at their disposal, Paris Saint-Germain’s Brazil international defender Marquinhos has warned his side that they must work hard if they were to defeat Nigeria in Singapore on Sunday.Marquinhos told the media that, Nigeria is one of the best teams on the continent and they are aware of the threat they poised.”We have to make a big game, impose our rhythm. They are very intense opponents, aggressive, with physical imposition and technical game too,” he said.Paris Saint Germain defender also identified Victor Osimhen as Nigeria’s most dangerous player ahead of Sunday’s international friendly between the two countries.“Nigeria have very physical and skillful players. Osimhen has done well at Lille. Virtually unknown before his transfer but now everyone knows him that shows he can be very dangerous. We have to put an eye on him”, Marquinhos told reporters at the Brazil training base in Singapore.Corroborating the Brazilian defender’s position on Osimhen former Nigerian international, Henry Nwosu believes Osimhen has the potential to meltdown the defense of the Samba Boys.“I am proud that we have a quality striker in Victor Osimhen who has been banging in the goals for Lille in the French League,” Nwosu told Soccernet.ng“Playing in his first season, Osimhen has shown his determination to achieve greatness and I am glad he’s in good form to face Brazil in Sunday’s international friendly encounter in Singapore.“No doubt, he will cause all sorts of problems for the Brazilian defenders regardless of their experience. He has what it takes to shoot down the Brazilians and further put himself in the spotlight of the round leather game.Brazil’s Assistant Coach Cleber Xavier however picked Alex Iwobi as the most dangerous player in the current Super Eagles team, saying the Everton man plays more of an inside role as a second striker.“At Nigeria, Iwobi plays more of an inside role as a second striker than at Everton. He is the link in the counter attack, drags opponents out of position and infiltrates well in the box,” stressed Xavier.“Nigeria defend less than Africa’s topmost team, Senegal. The Senegalese are more about positioning with Idris Gueye marking strongly,” Xavier told BBC.Despite playing 72 hours ahead of Nigeria match Chukwueze believes the Copa America kings have enough quality to give Nigeria a good game come match day.“That’s a big game to look forward to in Singapore and I think it’s going to be a tough match,” the Villarreal forward noted, even as he was quick to add. “I don’t know how it’s going to be but I’m confident we are going to make our country proud because everybody is going to look up to this game.“It’s going to be a tough game but everybody would see what we are made of when we play against Brazil. I believe this set of Super Eagles is very good; it’s not just that we are good but we are committed. “We have the fighting spirit to do everything possible to remain one of the best teams in the world and I think we are going to do well against Brazil,” Chukwueze said.Meanwhile, Arsenal legend Kanu Nwankwo has said the Super Eagles are under pressure to give a good performance when they meet Brazil in Singapore.Kanu who stars in Nigeria’s 4-3 famous victory over in Brazilians back in 1996, Atlanta Olympic games, opined that Nigerian football fans want to see the Gernot Rohr’s squad give the Brazilians a good run for their money.“There is a lot of pressure because everybody loves football, they don’t want to hear that Nigeria went to a game and lost.”“I don’t think people will really appreciate the boys if they lost in a friendly game, that’s how it is here. The boys have to take it on board and ensure that every game they play, they have to do well.”The two-time African footballer of the year also advised Rohr and his boys to take the game to the Brazilians and give a World Cup final performance, because of the rivalry that exists between both sides.“Playing against Brazil will show the level of football they are playing and where they are, and if they can beat Brazil, the confidence and belief of the boys will grow.”“And for me, it’s always tough when Nigeria and Brazil play each other; whoever will represent us should know it’s not a friendly game.” He concluded.Super Eagles arrived Singapore on Wednesday and the Director of Communications, Nigeria Football Federation, Ademola Olajire, said in a statement announcing the list of invited players said. “All invited players were expected to arrive in Singapore on Wednesday, October 9.”Nigerian coaching crew led by Gernot Rohr and the rest of the 23 players invited converged at Fairmont Hotel on Wednesday, and the team had their first training section on Thursday.Brazil defeated the Super Eagles 3-0 the last time both teams met in a friendly encounter in 2003 at the Moshood Abiola Stadium, Abuja.Sunday’s game which is billed to hold at the Singapore National Stadium, Kallang will kick-off at 1 pm Nigerian time.Singaporean Jansen Foo has been appointed as referee for the prestige international friendly match. Foo will be assisted by compatriots Abdul Hannan (assistant referee 1), Ong Chai Lee (assistant referee 2) and G. Letchman (fourth official).Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Flying Eagles at training session in Poland. Most Nigeria’s major encounters with Brazil have all been at the Olympics Games and once at the U21 World Championship in 1989 in Chile, aside the friendly game in Abuja. However, it was not until the Atlanta ’96 Olympics when Nigeria came from 3-1 down to defeat a Ronaldo Delima inspired Brazil 4-3, that a football rivalry between the two countries was truely born. That is why Sunday’s encounter between the Selecao and the Super Eagles will be more than a friendly and the roll call of players billed for the match attest to itFrom the most expensive footballer in the world-Neymar to their COPA America winning captain Dani Alves, Brazil have left no one in doubt they are not in Singapore for a tea party.The game is coming 23 years and a couple of months after Nigeria spectacularly ejected Brazil from the Centennial Olympic Games men’s football tournament in Atlanta, Georgia at the semi final stage. It is also the last and icing on the cake of a two-match schedule for the five-time world champions in Singapore, which begins with a clash with the Teranga Lions of Senegal on Thursday.
A website featuring a new book by Guillermo Gonzalez and Jay Richards, The Privileged Planet, has opened. The subtitle of the book is How Our Place in the Cosmos Is Designed for Discovery. The authors take issue with pessimistic views, such as those of Steven Weinberg and Carl Sagan, that our planet is “pointless” or just a “lost speck of cosmic dust” in the universe. Au contraire, the authors argue with many interesting observations: our planet appears to have been intelligently designed not only for our existence and well-being, but to maximize our ability to comprehend the creation. The website also highlights a documentary movie by the same title due to be released soon by Illustra Media, producer of the popular documentary Unlocking the Mystery of Life. The film will feature Robert Jastrow, Paul Davies, Donald Brownlee, and other prominent astronomers and philosophers. A video clip of the opening is available on the website. The book and film are being promoted by the Discovery Institute, an intelligent design think tank.This is not a typical creationist book or film. To the extent it argues that our universe and earth appear designed for life and discovery, it makes an old anthropic argument stronger, adding an intriguing original point that our position makes science and discovery possible, as if that were the Creator’s intent. Don’t expect it to argue for a view of special creation by the Judeo-Christian God, or to argue for a Biblical history or chronology. It should, however, be a valuable resource to impel knowledgeable skeptics to consider the evidence for design. Dr. Gonzalez and Jay Richards have impeccable credentials and know their specialties well.(Visited 9 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
The best way to get a better understanding of how a country works is to go and take a closer look yourself. These were the sentiments shared by a group of students from the US’s Georgia State University who visited the Nelson Mandela Foundation and Constitution Hill with Brand South Africa.A diverse group of students from the USA’s Georgia State University joined Brand South Africa at the Nelson Mandela Foundation and took part in enlightening discussions about South Africa, its history and how it has become one of the leading countries on the African continent. (Image: Mathiba Molefe)There is much that South Africa has to offer its visitors, be it breathtaking scenery both natural and manmade, its warm and welcoming people, or the investment opportunities available in a wide range of sectors.This was the message shared with a group of students from the US’s Georgia State University (GSU), by Brand South Africa at the Nelson Mandela Foundation (NMF) on Friday, 10 August 2017.While at the foundation, the American students learned more about the life of Nelson Mandela and how his efforts, coupled with those of political activists such as Steve Boko and Archbishop Desmond Tutu, helped to shape the country into the democracy it is today.The conversations held at the foundation gave the students insight into how South Africa had been and continued to grow as a nation, highlighting its strengths while acknowledging its shortcomings.“South Africa is amazing,” said Master’s student Arthur Kiboit. “Just trying to imagine what people went through and the fact that they were able to forgive and live together. That’s just so strong.”While at the foundation, the American students learned more about the life of Nelson Mandela and how his efforts, coupled with those of political activists such as Steve Boko and Archbishop Desmond Tutu, helped to shape the country into the democracy it is today. (Image: Mathiba Molefe)Shifting perceptionsAs the custodian of the South African nation brand, Brand South Africa relished the opportunity to introduce the American students to the country, highlighting South Africa’s already strong reputation and position as the spearhead of growth and development on the continent.“It’s impressive that South Africa is one of the only countries in Africa that has gay rights and gay marriage,” Kiboit said.“I think that South Africa is crucial as an entry into Africa for many companies. For instance, I studied business and it’s very attractive, as you can see multinational companies from the US are based here.“I work for UPS; UPS is based here, and so South Africa is definitely a place that people should come to visit.”Another Master’s student, Alicia Dawkins, was quick to notice just how developed South Africa was, saying that “even though an ocean separates us, we’re very similar and have dealt with very similar things”.Doctoral student Thais Council said: “I’ve always romanticised Africa a lot in my mind through the books that I’ve read.”To anyone still wondering whether or not to visit South Africa, Council said “pack all your clothes.“Also bring your appetite because there’s really great food here, and bring your best camera so you don’t miss some of these great shots here in South Africa, some of the best I’ve seen in my life.”Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material.
Tags:#Internet of Things#web Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Related Posts A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… This week Thing Magic, a company that builds embedded RFID readers and other products, launched 100 Uses of RFID. Under this program, the company is profiling one use of radio frequency identification technology every business day on its blog, and aggregating the posts on a dedicated Web page. 100 Uses will outline a new use every business day for five months. So far, the project has outlined only five. Race Timing with RFID – How Rosie Ruiz Changed an IndustryHospital Inventory Control with UHF RFID – What if Your Goods Could Talk?Enhancing the Patient Experience with RFID – “It’s Like Angels Singing”The Batteryless RFID Imperative in Healthcare – Patient-Centric Applications That Are Changing the Healthcare LandscapeThe Next Revolution in Wireless and Mobility – How RFID and Sensing Is Automating Identification, Data Collection, and Location SystemsCan they keep this up 95 more times? That seems like a rough row to hoe. After all, three of the five concern the healthcare industry. But if so, it should prove a very nice survey of current usage. At any rate, we think it will at least provide a nice entrance into the breadth of current RFID use for those new to the Internet of Things. curt hopkins 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market
Start Free Trial Already a member? Log in Sign up for a free trial and get instant access to this article as well as GBA’s complete library of premium articles and construction details. This article is only available to GBA Prime Members Is it possible to describe all of the factors that influence heat and moisture movement through a wall during a single day? Perhaps. We could start by listing the outdoor conditions, including air temperature, relative humidity, wind speed, wind direction, the angle of the sun with respect to the wall (its altitude and azimuth), the cloud thickness, the precipitation rate, and the depth of snow on the ground. Needless to say, many of these factors change from minute to minute.We could describe the indoor conditions, which include the air temperature (remembering, of course, that the air temperature near the floor may be different from air temperature near the ceiling), the relative humidity, and the mean radiant temperature of the surfaces in the room.We could list the construction details of all of the many layers of the wall assembly, including the vapor permeance of each layer, the R-value of each layer, the air permeance of each layer, the moisture-storage characteristics of each layer, the location and size of the wall’s cracks and holes, the location and size of any windows, the leakiness of the window flashing, the SHGC and U-factors of the window glazing, the distance from the top of each window to the roof overhang, the width of the roof overhang, the depth of the rainscreen gap, the size of the ventilation openings at the base of the rainscreen gap, the size of the ventilation openings at the top of the rainscreen gap, and the orientation of the wall — that is, the cardinal direction it faces.If we know all of this information, and more, it might be possible to determine how heat and moisture move through the wall — in other words, to describe the wall’s hygrothermal performance.Then again, it might not.The fact that…
Explosive KOs highlight prelims of ONE Jakarta card MOST READ Michael Miranda had a chance to win it for KaTropa in regulation, but his wide-open triple from the right side was just a tad too strong.The Fuel Masters to be on a roll against teams that denied them a playoff runs in 2018. They handed Meralco, their tormentors in the Governors Cup quarterfinals last year, a heart-breaking loss in the opening week before frustrating the KaTropa, who knocked them out of playoff contention in the all-Filipino contest.The FuelMasters now sit atop of the conference with a 2-0 card, but Alas prefers not to get too high on the pair of victories.“We’re very happy with this win, but if we go 3-0, I think we’ll be happier since our upcoming assignment is coming off a great win,” he said.Phoenix will try to notch a third win at the expense of Columbian, which opened its conference with a stunning win over San Miguel Beer on Friday, this coming Wednesday at the Big Dome.ADVERTISEMENT Is Luis Manzano planning to propose to Jessy Mendiola? TNT moves on to face sister team NLEX on the same playdate in a battle of winless squads.“We’re supposed to practice on Sunday but I’m calling it off. They deserve to rest,” Alas closed. SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte SEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completion LOOK: Joyce Pring goes public with engagement to Juancho Triviño SEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completion TS Kammuri to enter PAR possibly a day after SEA Games opening Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Matthew Wright leads Fuel Masters’ fight anew. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netANTIPOLO — Phoenix Pulse shored up its drive for a lofty standing in the Philippine Cup after turning back TNT in overtime, 93-84, in the cardiac nightcap of Saturday’s PBA Philippine Cup action at Ynares Center here.Matthew Wright led the way for the FuelMasters with 23 points to go with the double-double of last season’s Rookie of the Year Jason Perkins who registered 11 points and 15 rebounds.ADVERTISEMENT Two more members of Louie Alas-mentored squad tossed in double-digit contributions—Alex Mallari had 15 while Calvin Abueva 14—to add to TNT’s woes and spoil Roger Pogoy’s career performance.“Two OTs in two games,” said Louie Alas as he heaved a sigh of relief. “But more than the win, [I’m happy] with the experience to play a close game.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine football chiefSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool stars“Last conference, we lose in such games. This affords very, very good experience to us,” he added.Pogoy paced TNT with 30 markers and 12 boards as veteran Jayson Castro chimed in 18 points to keep Phoenix within striking range. PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES LOOK: Joyce Pring goes public with engagement to Juancho Triviño View comments