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Walter Steyn - WR attempt

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andy r

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Sep 6, 2003
An Aussie is going for a world record in November! Walter having a crack at the no fins record (or "froggy" - AB's term for it, best of luck to her as well as she goes for just about everything in November as well) This is big news in the history of Australian freediving....good luck to you Wal.
Seconded! Canberra is going off here at the moment with all the excitement, and.... yeah OK Canberra is it's usually boring self :) But g'luck Wal!

And congrats to you Andy, bastard, now I got a bit of catching up to do :p
Go Wal Go Wal Go Wal

thanks loopy and on the catching up front why not get up here on the weekend for some diving? BTW - I'm still miles behind you on static.

Go Wal, Go Wal, Go Wal

Good luck Wal :)

When did Wal decide on this and how deep will it be.

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