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Japanese Comp - Special Awards

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samdive

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Have just read Junko's article on the Japanese Constant Weight competition and love the extra awards handed out to those other than the winners.

Next year's saltFree open will undoubtedly have a Best Rookie award and a Beautiful Fin Work award!

what a great idea!

Sam
 
Donna

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How about a 'speedy' award :D

Donna
 
Stephan Whelan

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Or watching some of the UK team train in Vancouver after an evening with the DB Crew...

"Most Hung Over Static"
 
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Kars

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How about the longest dive award?

I like to take my time down there :D


Carlos
 
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Rookie with Newest suit award ?
 
samdive

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anyone want to sponsor these awards!! could get expensive..

Sam
 
watts

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Hold your horses award,Calm down award ,Do not chew the snorkel award,No graby award...... Those crazy japanese. They may be on to something though! Sounds like their having fun. rofl rofl rofl
 
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I can tell you that the Japanese are the most peculiar group of people I've ever encountered. They have a really different culture...they have a way about them that is quite funny to outsiders, but is very normal to them. They DO like to have fun though...even if that 'fun' is getting drunk, singing kareoke all night as if they were actually famous, and being very 'huggy.' Anyone ever see the movie "lost in translation"? Very accurate. By the way, those awards proposed are pretty good, especially fastest static. :)
 
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