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DSV get's 1st place in Statics !

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Oz freediver
Oct 3, 2001
Congrats Deron !

For those reading this that don't know, Deron (DSV) came in equal first place in Statics with Martin in the Pacific cup. Also set the new USA record at 6:49 !

To tie with the world record holder in an International event, can't complain about that ?!

You're the King of Statics !
:D :D :D :D :D

(Deron's not going to blow his own trumpet so I'll play a tune for him)
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way to go deron,

now, how did you pull off 6:49, any secrets, or training tips you would like to divulge to us?

again, good job
Great job man! You've talked about your techniques a bit before; how about spilling the beans again for those that could use your help?
Congrats DSV!
Erik Y.

Good on ya lad, equal with Martin now Ill have to go and tell my mates this one.

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