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Raising An Olympian: Richard Weinberger, Open Water Swimming

One of BC’s best in the 2012 London Olympics is Richard Weinberger.   A local athlete taking part in open water swimming – which makes up a portion of the 34 different swimming events.  Just two of the events are 10km in open water and Weinberger is in one of them.

The open-water competition will be held August 9 and 10, in the Serpentine in London’s Hyde Park. (see schedule at end of blog) 

Of the  34 different swimming events at the Olympics this year, there are 17 males and 17 females taking part.  Aside from the two, 10 km open-water swims; the rest of the 32 events will take place in a 50 m, long course  pool.

Swimmer, Richard Weinberger and his family are the neighbours of Matrix Group owners, Likky and Sam Lavji.  Instead of knocking on their door to borrow a cup of sugar, this time we asked his parents, Marina and Tony, for their time and they shared with us what it is like to raise an Olympian.  They provided some great insight to help you ‘really’ get to know the stories behind all the great athletes that represent Canada and their families.

(Please read, share and support all our athletes in the 2012 Olympics!)

Q: Do you remember the first few times you took Richard swimming?  Did you a notice he had a love for the water/sport from an early age?

A: “The first time I took Richard for swim lessons he was 4 years old and he had absolutely no interest in learning how to swim and he didn’t like the water.  In fact, he didn’t even advance to the second level.  When he was 5, we moved to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.  We were living on a complex and the pool was the kids playground.  He met three little guys from Germany who could swim like fish.  I would take Richard to the pool every day and he would sit and watch these three little guys.  I guess he just got tired of watching and one day he just stepped into the water and started swimming.  I was amazed.  Within a few days he was holding his own with those little fellows and they became friends.  After that his dad would swim with him and he learned to dive and other aquatics from his dad.”

Q: When did he first start swimming for more than just fun?

A: “He started out swimming competitively as a pool swimmer in Vernon, BC at the age of 7.  When we moved to Surrey he swam for Pacific Sea Wolves and Surrey Knights.  It was all fun up to the point when he recieved funding and his scholarship in 2010.  He took the view that it was a job and he had responsibilities to his employer. He still has fun and keeps things light when training and competing but he knows he has to perform well.”

Q: Relive the moment when you all learned Richard was going to the 2012 Olympics in London?

A: “We were in Portugal watching the pre-qualifying.  As always, I am usually calm during the race, cheering and doing my thing until the last 400 meters and then I find it difficult to watch.  After the race when they announced he finished second place then I could feel myself hyper-ventilating and then I started telling everyone that would listen that he was our son.  We ran to where he was exiting the water and he had the biggest smile on his face.  He put his arms around us and we were hugging each other.  By the time they got to medal presentation Tony and I were both crying.  Two days later it really impacted us and we just looked at each other and said, “our son is an Olympian.”

Q: Richard won the 10KM marathon swimming international in London unexpectedly – what was that moment like a year before the Olympics?

A:  “When Richard won the gold in London we all knew he was going to go to Olympics.  He worked very hard and the results show how much time and training he put into getting ready for the second pre-Olympic qualifying.  Even with his equipment incident, getting run over by all the other swimmers, ending up in 61st place 200 meters into the race, he finished the 6th and last lap in 2nd place.  I was boarding a flight out of Phoenix when he was getting in the water that morning in London.  When I landed to pick up my connecting flight I checked the results.  The first thing I read on facebook was “I won the race mamma.”  I just sat there and cried.  People were looking at me and then I started telling everyone in the airport my son had just won the pre-race in London.  I told everyone who would listen.  They were all very nice and no one called security.”

Q: What has been the hardest part in his journey? If anything significant stands out.

A: The hardest part in his journey is when he has had to figure out how to balance everything in his life, being a full time student,  training (16-20 km a day)  even when he was sick and, just everyday life.

Q: Are there any funny points to mention or superstitions you or him follow each event day?

A: “I know that he listens to his music, chats with his competitors and he likes to have some quiet time.  As for me, I pray for my son before, during and after every race.”

Open water schedule

Date Event (12:00h local time (UTC+1))
Thursday 9 August Women’s marathon 10 km
Friday 10 August Men’s marathon 10 km

 

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Sleep Deprived After A Long Weekend?

Long weekends were meant for rest and relaxation but in the summer months – late night dinners, concerts, beach time and simply trying to get too much done before it gets dark leads to one thing: sleep deprivation.

The day after a long weekend, when everyone is supposed to be well rested and ready to go, most of us may be having a tough day back at work.  Why?  We tend to stay up later on days off, do more and sleep in, mess up our natural sleep cycle and then can’t seem to fall asleep on the last night of the a long weekend or last day of a vacation.

Here are a few reasons why it’s harder to sleep after having some time off:  An over active weekend or vacations tend to over stimulate the mind for days as we tend to pack in as much as possible – fun, sights, sounds, family, work etc.  We really don’t end up resting and instead just feel more tired.  When it’s time to get ready to be back on, especially the night before,  most people find it harder to fall asleep, even if they are exhausted.

Typically we get 1 to 2 hours less sleep than we are supposed to.  Then we head back to a short week with the intentions of doing a full week’s work.  The sleep deprivation cycle continues and it takes longer to get back on track for the majority of the workforce and even children.

Here are some tips – including how technology may help you sleep better.

1.  Schedule in a nap a day after vacation or a long weekend – even if just for 15 minutes.  Resting the mind will help you function better during the week

2.  Try to space out meetings and the to do list – give yourself more time vs. trying to cram in everything into a four day week

3.  Exercise – even if you are tired from a lack of sleep – work the heart daily.  Even a 20 minute walk during lunch can do wonders and will help you sleep better and possibily longer

4. Turn off and leave all technology out of the bedroom – phones, tablets, televisions etc.  Turning off social media and the new hit TV series will help you turn in and fall asleep faster.  How? Studies show the light from computer and television screens suppresses the sleep hormones.

However, we here at Matrix Group believe in using technology to improve one’s lifestyle, workplace and home.  So we looked for technology trends that are not all that bad when it comes to being well rested and there are some devices and methods designed to help you sleep better by monitoring your sleeping habits.  Here is a great article on incorporating technology in the quest for better sleep.

http://lifehacker.com/5828581/how-i-achieved-better-sleep-with-the-help-of-technology

5. There are a couple of non tech related, old fashioned methods to help you sleep better too – eye cover and earplugs.  Here is more info on that: http://www.mindamyers.com/uncategorized/sleep-technology/

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CrimeSocial Media & Your Security

We all have heard the warnings about using social media safely.  Not giving away too much information about our private lives or keeping a close watch on who can see your profiles and updates.

Example – the  running apps which monitors where and how far you run and posts the results on your facebook or twitter was a big no no in Vancouver in recent years and especially for women.

Stalkers, kidnappers and police alike can use social media for crime related tactics.  Add to that list – break ins and especially in the summer months.

Here is some great advice from the makers of home improvement products such as locks!

6 Tips for Protecting Your Home on Social Media

TORONTO – With Summer here, people are gearing up for those much deserved getaways. And with the emergence of social media blurring the lines between sharing personal details for fun, and putting yourself in danger, Weiser has come up with these six easy tips for protecting yourself and your home on social media.

“Social media has almost completely erased any notion of privacy. Nowadays, when folks go on vacation, it’s not just the five people in their office who know about it – it’s their entire Twitter following.” says SteveKolobaric of Weiser. “People often forget that a simple status update about their trip can act as a feeding frenzy for thieves, and can actually create a vulnerable and dangerous situation for their home, belongings, and also any family that they may leave behind.”

Checkout these simple tips for protecting your home on social media:

1.      Don’t update any statuses or “tweet” the dates that you are going away. Also, be sure to utilize the privacy settings on social media sites correctly to ensure that strangers are not seeing things you didn’t intend for them to see.

2.      Be careful when using the“check-in” feature on Facebook, and be weary of apps that share your location to others. The new generation of apps broadcasts your location at all times to friends — and in many cases to people you don’t even know. And unlike the previous generations of applications that required you to check into a venue, these apps are persistent unless you pause them or turn them off.

3.      Don’t write about how frustrated you are because your front door doesn’t shut properly, or about how you’re getting new windows installed over the weekend.

4.      Don’t post photos of the new 52” TV in your living room or the vintage Harley Davidson in your garage.

5.      Be careful to monitor what your children are posting i.e.: “Parents gone all weekend! House to myself!”

6.      DO post updates or “tweet”about the great new security system or locks you just had installed.

For more information on home security, visit www.weiserlock.com

 

Source: StanleyBlack & Decker is a leading global manufacturer and marketer of power tools and accessories, hardware and home improvement products, and technology- basedfastening systems.

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Our Own Olympian

We here at Matrix Group, believe there is an Olympian in all of us and we all have a winning spirit.

So in honor of the London 2012 Olympics – we are profiling staff, clients and our social media followers with their Olympic stories.

Name: Nathan Wiens

Title: Technical Services Consultant

Background – Nathan was building computers and working on technology when he should have been playing on the monkey bars.  His passion for this industry started when he was just a few years old.  To turn your passion into a career is an achievement on its own.  But Nathan wanted to add Olympic experience to his belt and boy did he ever!  Check out these medals and winnings:

Nathan recalls being in the Olympics and competiting for the first time, “Going into the competitions I was always very nervous and anxious, but once I sat down and started working I felt very comfortable and relaxed and was able to focus on the tasks in front of me. It was a thrilling experience, competing with others that were the best of my education level.”

Medal standings:

2009 –   Gold Medal at Provincials (Tradex, Abbotsford)

Gold Medal at Nationals (Charlottetown, PEI)

2010 –   Gold Medal at Provincials (Tradex, Abbotsford)

Silver Medal at Nationals (Waterloo, Ontario)

2011 – BCIT Computer Information Systems Technician Award

Competition details: 

1. Provincial competition – 6 hours

2. National competition  – 14 hours (two 7 hour days).  The competition is broken into four sections: Windows Administration, Linux Administration, Networking, and Hardware.

Skills Canada – IT PC & Network Support – Secondary

“Started in 1994, the Skills Canada National Competition (formally the Canadian Skills Competition) remains the only event of its kind in Canada.  It is the only national, Olympic-style, multi-trade and technology competition for young students and apprentices in the country. Every year, the event brings together approximately 500 young people from all regions of Canada, along with their parents and advisors, to compete in over 40 trade and technology areas. The competition provides an opportunity for young Canadians studying a skilled trade or technology to be tested within exacting standards and against their peers from across the nation.  Students vie to win the honour of being crowned the best in their chosen discipline.”

Competition requirements:

-Install Windows and/or Linux operating systems on new PC’s.

-Install common software packages on PC’s.

-Integrate PC’s and users in a network environment to company specifications.

-Knowledge of Cisco 2500 or 2600 series routers, and 2900 series switches.

-Knowledge of Linux.

-Install and maintain common software applications on file server.

-Upgrade PC hardware.

-Assemble network patch cables.

-Understanding of TCP/IP protocol principles as they apply to modern networks.-

-Maintain a log of all activities in an employer’s monitor book, including

-Documentation of all changes (system and equipment).

-Understanding of Ethernet hubs and switches.

-Understanding of using a multimeter for cable testing

Sources: skillscanada.com and skillscanada.bc.ca

Submit your story via any of the following social media options below and you  be featured:

https://www.facebook.com/matrixgroup.ca?ref=hl

https://twitter.com/GoMatrixGroup

http://www.linkedin.com/likkylavji

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Trade in Your Old iPhone for a New One

We were going through prize boxes and found something old and something new.

First – the marketing department found a fancy speaker/charger accessory for an iPhone 3GS/3S.

Then the boss walked in and dropped a brand new, unopened iPhone 4S on the desk.

We are looking for your best story on why you love the old iPhone and/or need a new one.

1st prize – an upgrade to the 4S

2nd prize – the fancy accessory

All you have to do is send us your story via social media.

It’s simple – go to the following links.  Each one counts as an entry. And please don’t forget to share – that will get you extra prizing!

https://www.facebook.com/matrixgroup.ca?ref=hl

https://twitter.com/GoMatrixGroup

http://www.linkedin.com/likkylavji

 

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Check Out the Tech’d Out PNE/Playland – It’s GOLD!

In honor of the Olympic games in London – we are handing out our very own GOLD MEDALS to local companies and organizations showing “gold medal performances” when it comes to how they use and incorporate technology to make things easier for the clients and improve their overall business.

Today’s GOLD MEDAL winner is the PNE/Playland!

Cotton candy, mini donuts and all your favourites rides will be in full swing this summer at one of the best, local outdoor attractions in the province.  With so many people opting for staycations, the PNE/Playland has some great offers and is making it even easier for the masses to navigate the massive playground.  They are doing a few things right when it comes to being tech savvy with helping their customers get the information they need but also making sure that information is always correct, immediate and easy to access.

1.  Websitewww.pne.ca is constantly updated and changed to accomodate the three main events/attractions that take place at this one location each year – Playland Amusement Park, Fair at the PNE and Fright Nights.

Throughout the year, the PNE creates mobile sites that feature the main event that people would be searching for at that time. For example, right now if you go to pne.ca on a smart phone, you will automatically be redirected to their mobile site that features Playland as well as concerts and events going on around the site, such as the upcoming Iron Maiden concert.

On the mobile site, visitors can get quick access to ticket pricing, hours, maps/directions and ride info for Playland, instead of navigating through a large site on their mobile phone. However, if guests want to see the full site, they always have the option of choosing that, as the link is in the footer of the website.

Guests can also buy their Playland tickets on their phone – saving them money (as there is a discount available for buying online), time (bypass the ticket purchase lineup and go right to the gate) and paper (no need to print out a ticket as you just flash the barcode on your phone).

2. Mobile Schedules – guests can access the daily schedule on their phone rather than carrying around a printed guide. What’s new this year is the mobile site will be better and offer feature pages on new shows, featured food locations, the ability to buy your tickets online and it will also give you the chance to vote on some of your favourites.

3.  QR codes – Look for QR codes to vote at contests such as the  Rib Fest, the Sand Sculpture Competition and Canfor’s Playhouse Challenge.  All guests have to do is look for signage at each event, scan the QR Code on the sign if that is their favourite. Everyone who votes for their favourite is entered into a draw to win $100, just for voting!

By using unique QR codes, the PNE can also track where users are scanning the QR code to see where the traffic is coming from and make it even better for next year.

4.  Playland also decided to hold a fun contest centered around social media.  They dropped cameras from the sky to encourage pictures on their social media sites as well as a scavenger hunt for digitial cameras.

Here are a couple of stories that made the media about these creative ideas:

http://mediaincanada.com/2012/07/25/spotted-playland-drops-cameras-from-the-sky/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=spotted-playland-drops-cameras-from-the-sky http://www.vancouversun.com/Playland+launches+digital+camera+scavenger+hunt+across+Metro+Vancouver/6981399/story.html

 

With special thanks: to Kim Madu, Director, Marketing – PNE

Laura Ballance, President, Laura Ballance Media Group Inc. (LBMG)

Rebecca Peters, Director, Media Relations, Laura Ballance Media Group Inc. (LBMG)

 

 

 

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