Track & Field

Renowned therapist comes to Carlow

Dr Larry Van Such will attend this coming weekend’s RIP Tool training programme on Sunday 13th September in the Dolmen hotel Carlow at 10am.

Dr Van Such has wrote numerous athletic programmes for many of the world’s top athletes. He has worked with many of the most famous football and basketball teams around the world and has published numerous books and articles on athletic quickness.

Dr Larry van Such, who will be in attendance at Star Geoghegan's world class workshop this weekend.

Dr Larry van Such, who will be in attendance at Star Geoghegan’s world class workshop this weekend.

Dr Van Such has designed specific training programmes tailored for athletes to improve performance in football, basketball, tennis and rugby, essentially any sport where speed is critical to success. Dr Van Such will be joined by Dr. Richard M. Horsfield, an associate doctor working along side Van Such.

Anthony ‘Star’ Geoghegan, therapist to many world and Olympic medallists and also the inventor of the ‘RIP Tool’ and the ‘RIP Speed Board’ will be talking on how to reduce injuries with his ‘RIP Tool’ and improve performance with his ‘RIP Speed Board’, used by the fastest man of all time, Usain Bolt, before the defence of his world title two weeks ago.

Among the world class athletes attending the workshop will be LaShawn Merritt, David Oliver, Novlene Williams-Mills, Brenda Martinez, Blanka Vlasic, Tori Bowie and Curtis Mitchell.

It’s a day not to be missed by any sports enthusiast.

For more information contact: riptoolenquiry@gmail.com

Realta Clinic, Kilkenny Road, Carlow. 059 9134779

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Cathal Dennehy

Cathal Dennehy

Cathal Dennehy is a freelance journalist, a once-serious, now-retired athlete who writes for a number of international publications in the running industry. He has won two sports-writing awards, the Peter Ball Memorial Award in Ireland and the Wills Writing Award in the UK. Nationally, he previously worked for the Sunday Tribune, Irish Runner magazine and has written for the Sunday Independent, Irish Independent, the Guardian and The Independent in Britain. He is a regular contributor to Running Times, Runner's World, RunBlogRun and the IAAF website.
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