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HAPPY HENRY WANTS DIP TIPS

A DELIGHTED Desiree Henry said she would look to improve her sub-par dipping after securing herself a 200m place for Rio.

She said: “I asked my coach how I was and he said it was a good 195 metres but the last five were terrible ... I’m now able to go and master the art of dipping.”

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