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Cram added: "They haven't thought through the practicalities.
who will officially launch CRAM today, stated: The medtech sector is hugely important to the Irish economy.
Cram said: "That leaves one place - and it seems to me Matthew will go ahead of Michael Bingham.
It's an exciting time for the British Athletics endurance programme and it's great to be part of it," said Cram, who won the world 1,500m title in Helsinki in 1983 and Olympic silver over the same distance the following year in Los Angeles.
Cram - who took Gold in the 1500 and 800m the last time the Commonwealths came to Scotland in 1986 - said: "I guess we will only find out a few years down the line if 2012 has been the year that really kick-started athletics again in Britain.
In January, the program expanded to 18 elementary schools, and Cram hopes to serve all 24 elementary schools by the beginning of the 2012-2013 school year.
Cram said: "People are waking up to the fact Laura is a contender for the team which is great.
Since 2001, The Cram Group is a leading Consulting, Hosting, and Software Development services provider focused on the Architecture, Engineering and Construction Industry.
Cram said: "Recreational drugs are not the same as someone who has systematically tried to cheat to win.
Cram, nicknamed the 'Jarrow Arrow', stressed the importance of personal goal setting, mentoring and coaching.
Twice, cram down legislation had passed the House and appeared headed toward becoming law, only to fail in the Senate on both occasions in February 2008 and April 2009.
Cram was so inept, so out of his depth, that if he hadn't looked so pleased with himself, I might even have felt sorry for him.