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With a cult status rivaling that of Eddie (the Eagle) Edwards, Equatorial Guinea's Eric (the Eel) Moussambani may have led all competitors in autographs signed at the worlds. He also showed improvement in the pool:...
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A Little BubblyJoanna Fargus of Great Britain comes up for air in the semifinals of the 200-meter backstroke at the World Swimming Championships in Fukuoka, Japan (page 74).
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