Dolphins King (19) and Leah (9) had to swim twice as many lengths as Magnini, but still managed to overtake him in the last few yards (meters). “I never had such tough opponents,” joked the two-time world champion. But he said he “fell a bit in love with dolphin Leah” and hoped to see her again. Read MercuryNews.com.
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