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With shadowy vision he gazes out onto the spectators hoping to distinguish an outline of someone with whom is he familiar He wipes the water from his eyes and is finally able to see clearly Throngs of people are sitting patiently on cool metal bleachers waiting in anticipation to see the aerial artist perform awe inspiring stunts before gravity takes a hold of them Finally after looking past score boards judges and oceans of moist skin he sees the one that he has anxiously been looking for Shes walking in from the double doors treading softly trying not to slide on the slippery floor Their eyes meet a soft smile is exchanged and in that moment a calming surreal feeling rushes over him He is ready Over deafening whispers he hears his name being sounded from the intercom system The reverberations from the diving boards next to him shoot vibrations into his gut What was once a feeling of calm and relaxation has segued to nerves His muscles tighten and relax he greets the audience with a subtle wave and begins to walk past the 1-meter diving board and stops at the 3-meter board Grabbing hold of the slick metal rails his left leg meets the 1st step His waterlogged feet encounter each and every rough and intimidating step With each step he climbs he becomes more aware of where he is and what he is about to do Reaching the pinnacle of the platform he takes a deep breath and visualizes what is about to be accomplished The audience has become voiceless and captivated by ever his every move Standing on the platform he only hears his breath and the thumping of his heart as it thrust adrenaline throughout his body The greasy oil he lathered himself with is beginning to bead in his sweaty palms The insensitive grit from the board pressed on his feet and somehow gives him comfort His
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