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    Smile Kudos to Warrenton Masters

    Just wanted to say that the Warrenton Masters put on a great meet this past weekend. I truly enjoyed the pool--as I told my husband "I want to move here so I can swim here". Great job on running a smooth meet!

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    Re: Kudos to Warrenton Masters

    I agree, it was a well-run meet. Nice pool too.

    Too bad I swam like a spastic donkey.
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    Re: Kudos to Warrenton Masters

    Quote Originally Posted by Thrashing Slug View Post
    I agree, it was a well-run meet. Nice pool too.

    Too bad I swam like a spastic donkey.

    And I missed this how?????

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    Re: Kudos to Warrenton Masters

    You must have missed the 100BR. My heels actually broke the surface of the water several times, a stupid mistake I never make. I could feel that my timing was off but I couldn't seem to control myself enough to do anything about it.
    Breaststroke for me is still an elusive puzzle. If I'm not feeling the flow at that particular moment, everything goes to s**t.

    First meet in a year, third meet ever.. meh. <shrug> Still, it kind of irritated me that I swam slower than I have in PRACTICE recently.

    On the plus side, I finally seem to have stopped reliving the race in my mind, and I have been working harder during practices lately.
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