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first_img continue reading » NAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger and Executive Vice President of Government Affairs and General Counsel Carrie Hunt spoke with CFPB Director Kathy Kraninger and other bureau senior staff Wednesday to reiterate credit unions’ need for regulatory relief amid the coronavirus. Berger has maintained close communication with regulators and Congress throughout the pandemic to share what credit unions are experiencing and how Washington can help them better serve members in need.Berger urged the CFPB to hold off on rulemakings during the pandemic and recovery to ensure credit union resources can be fully dedicated to serving members. He previously asked the bureau, and NCUA, to provide broad flexibility with compliance for at least 60 days.In addition, Berger reiterated NAFCU’s call for the bureau to modernize the electronic disclosure and signature-related provisions of all its regulations. Last month, NAFCU made this request and outlined proposed legislative amendments to the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (E-Sign Act) to provide relief to credit unions and their members amid the coronavirus pandemic. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more


first_imgRace Report : Ironman CopenhagenFor most people a marathon is a major achievement or indeed a centenary cycle or possibly a 3.8k swim . An Ironman Triathlon requires you to complete all three events within seventeen hours.The club has two more members who completed this epic event, Seamus Morrison and Sean McAuliffe. It is fair to say that swimming would not be their best discipline but they took to the water in Copenhagen and emerged having completed the swim in similar times of 1.52.17 for Seamus and 1.49.19 for Sean . Sean Mc Auliffe just finishing the swim in CopenhagenThey then set off on a course used for the World cycling championship in 2011 and Seamus just missed out on a 30k per hour time of 6.06 with Sean completing the course in 6.57. The course had rolling hills and passed some famous Danish landmarks.They then both ran a full marathon on a four lap course cheered on by a crowd of 150000 lining the streets and finished outside the Danish parliament.Well done to both men from everyone in the club. Ballina Salmon TriathlonAt the other end of the age and distance spectrum, Christine Russell made a welcome return to racing after injury and was second woman home in the river based sprint triathlon in county Mayo. She won her category in an excellent time of 1.08.51 and was twentieth overall.Gartan ChallengeThe Gartan swim goes from strength to strength and credit is due to the local hard working committee some of whom are club members.There were three races held last weekend and members participated in all three. Aidan Callaghan won the 3.8 k swim with Siobhan Gallagher first woman home. Danny Mooney was fifth in the 1500 metre race with Lisa Dalton just behind him. Louise Alcorn was first club member home in the 750 metre swim with great performances for a lot of members who tried out this distance for the first time. Thirty six members took part overall.Donegal Marathon Quite a few members doubled up on Sunday running the half marathon. Adrian Callaghan along with his son in a buggy completed the full marathon. Gavin Crawford was second followed home by Michael Black and Danny Mooney. Twenty two members ran the 21.1 k route.Table QuizAs part of the preparation for Kona, Aidan Callaghan is hosting a quiz in Arena Seven Friday 26th at eight pm. There will be teams of four and loads of spot prizes. Everyone is welcome.Open water safety The club organizes a supervised swim session every Monday evening at six thirty pm for all members. A swim route is set up with a kayak to cover that swim route only. If anyone wants to use Gartan lake outside that time, please enter from the heritage centre entrance point and please make sure you have a swim partner and swim buoy for personal safety. There is a club shed for changing and the lock code is available from any committee member.Training continues as followsMonday: Gartan – Open Water Swim 6.30 pm (weather permitting)Tuesday: Aura track – Track session 7.50 pmWednesday : Aura Pool – Swim session 8.00 pmThursday : Foxhall TT or Brick 6.30pmSaturday : Aura club cycle 8.00 amSunday : Beginners cycle 9.00 amResults :Ironman Copenhagen1864 th Seamus Morrison 13.04.02 (287 th in category)2171th Sean Mc Auliffe 14.34.59 (212 th in category)Donegal Marathon18 th Adrian Callaghan 3.39.35Donegal Half Marathon2 nd Gavin Crawford 1.17.183 rd Michael Black 1.17.394 th Danny Mooney 1.18.4018 th Sean Mc Fadden 1.23.4423 rd Paul Doherty 1.25.0428 th Jason King 1.27.0543 rd John Conaghan 1.30.5345 th Shane McNulty 1.31.0746 th Nicholas Fowell 1.32.2147 th Paul Cullen 1.32.2362 nd Padraic Mc Cafferty 1.3669 th Philip Browne 1.37.3870 th Brendan Whelan 1.37.4887 th Stephen Robinson 1.40.4693 rd Seamus Nallen 1.41.49139 th Sharon Black 1.47.30149 th Mairead Cullen 1.49.17156 th Desiree Casburn 1.49.54158 th Catherine Regan 1.50.20163 rd Paul Kelly 1.51.21174 th Aidan Mc Fadden 1.52.21187 th Stephen Sweeney 1.54.47Start of 750 metre swim in GartanGartan 750m swim9 th Louise Alcorn 17.2014 th Elaina Gallagher 19.2119 th Alistair Hetherington 21.1423 rd Amanda Witherow 23.1525 th Terence Quinn 24.5727 th Fiona Temple 27.4028 th Raj Mehan 30.52Raj mehan finishing 750 metre swim in GartanGartan 1500m swim5th Danny Mooney 25.156 th Lisa Dalton 25.187 th Gavin Crawford 25.319 th Brian Sweeney 27.2810 th Niamh Mc Daid 27.3613 th Anthony Delap 29.0915 th Laura Black 30.3217 th Anne Robinson 30.4221 st John Mc Carron 30.5523 rd Kevin Hennessy 31.3625 th Katie Black 32.2626 th Colin Dean 32.2629 th Mairead Cullen 32.5035 th Liam Tinney 34.4539 th Rachel Stilvern 36.3342 nd Sinead Trearty 37.3044 th Gavin Harris 38.1549 th Adrian Crawford 41.08Start of 1500 metre swim in GartanGartan 3.8 k swim1 st Aidan Callaghan 53.123 rd Siobhan Gallagher 55.296 th Jonathan Martin 57.4912 th Nicholas Fowell 1.0718 th Patrick Patton 1.12.1932 nd Brendan Meenan 1.19.3238 th John Cannon 1.25.4041 st Fin Begley 1.27.2146 th Sinead Diver 1.29.1249 th Brendan Whelan 1.30.4655 th Cathal Roarty 1.35.19Letterkenny 247 Triathlon Club: Seamus Morrison and Sean McAuliffe become Iron Men was last modified: August 23rd, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:ballina salmon triathlongartan challengeironman copenhagenLetterkenny 24/7 Triathlon Clublast_img read more