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  Eskimo Paddle Recovery
  Posted by: estraz on Nov-01-07 1:37 PM (EST)
 

Interesting and probably very useful if one can be confident enough to know that assistance is on the way. Not sure I could discipline myself and hold my breath long enough to wait for my partner to come to my aid. Certainly something which I'll want to practice in a pool first.
On a different note - I believe the artice would read much better and present a clearer picture if you would honor the traditional rules of grammer. I know there's a current fear about offending someone when referring to gender so writers go for the singluar subject with plural pronouns. Try "he" for the upended paddler and "she" for the rescuer and I think you see it reads more clearly which is the intent of rules of grammer anyway.

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