I tried connecting something to an ipad (can't remember what) and it came up with the fact that the ipad didn't have sufficient power to run the device. You will need a program for your Garmin to work anyway so would be useful to see if that works on the ipad.
I'd like to see proof I'm afraid. It's not that I necessarily believe that chemicals haven't been used it's just the footage doesn't convince me. We live in a digital media age and most propaganda comes through that channel but we also know that it can be easily manipulated
All the criticism was levelled at what Isimbayeva said and none at the athletes who painted their nails why does anybody think that is?
By painting their nails those athletes should have expected criticism.
At the end of the day by her criticism of them Isinbayeva brought the topic into the public eye. Maybe she doesn't believe what she said and it was her way of increasing publicity. After all she could hardly come out in support coming from where she does.
There's still no proof that chemical weapons have been used and I for one (and possibly in a minority of one) think that some of the footage we've seen looks somewhat contrived.
I do wonder, howwever, why UN inspectors weren't allowed in the area for five days. Let's hope that modern forensics can discover the truth. Trouble is vif results come back negative there are those that will say that the results are due to the delay.
The whole thing tends to remind me of the WMD screw up though