George Gibney’s story a cautionary tale we still need to heed

George Gibney’s story a cautionary tale we still need to heed
Earlier this week a phrase from a column in the New York Times struck home. It described aspects of the Trump administration as a “hopeless tangle of pathologies”. It banged around in my head for the last few days because it was an apt description of what Irish swimming once looked like.

Earlier this week a phrase from a column within the Fresh York Cases struck home. It described aspects of the Trump administration as a “hopeless tangle of pathologies”.

It banged around in my head for the closing few days because it was an valid description of what Irish swimming once regarded love.

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