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  1. Tanya Streeter
    november 2, 2012 @ 11:32 e m

    Sincerely wishing you safety and HUGE SUCCESS on your attempts 🙂 We are sending you luck from Austin, TX. Blow the sea a kiss from me when you go past 160m!!!

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    • anneliepompe
      november 3, 2012 @ 1:17 e m

      Thanks Tanya!!! Means a lot to have your good wishes into the depth 🙂

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  2. Erik Milles
    november 3, 2012 @ 12:53 f m

    Good luck Annelie! You and your team will make it.

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  3. Jonas Sundquist
    november 3, 2012 @ 9:10 f m

    Good Luck “the best Pompe in the world”!

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  4. Regi
    november 9, 2012 @ 6:20 e m

    Annelie!!i wish you all the best!!a very big huge from Sweden ;))

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  5. Julia
    november 11, 2012 @ 6:37 e m

    Go fro it girl! i wish you all the best! doing it or not doing it….just trying makes you a winner! enjoy! Love and light from Bali

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  6. An ode to a freediving coach and friends « Annelie Pompe blogg
    november 18, 2012 @ 7:24 e m

    […] Before, I’ve always considered myself a bit of a loner. Since I cannot freedive alone, I’ve changed during the years. Diving deep is a team effort. But several times during the training and attempts, when the whole team was gathered I looked around with wonder and quietly wondered what everyone was doing here, and why. All because of my world-record attempt? […]

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  7. An ode to a freediving coach and freediving friends « Annelie Pompe blogg
    november 18, 2012 @ 7:24 e m

    […] Before, I’ve always considered myself a bit of a loner. Since I cannot freedive alone, I’ve changed during the years. Diving deep is a team effort. But several times during the training and attempts, when the whole team was gathered I looked around with wonder and quietly wondered what everyone was doing here, and why. All because of my world-record attempt? […]

    Reply

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