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Article about: Guys, Some sports bits, he requalified for silver award. Jock

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    Guys,

    Some sports bits, he requalified for silver award.

    Jock
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    Wow Jock, more nice paperwork, I need to find your secret honey hole for this stuff. I saw on the certificate, they drew a line through Gold and inserted silver, so I guess all the forms had gold and they just put in bronze or silver. Very interesting.

    Jay

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    Hi Jock,

    Does it have his qualifying stats, I am always interested their times/distances ect.

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    Quote by Richarddwh View Post
    Hi Jock,

    Does it have his qualifying stats, I am always interested their times/distances ect.
    Richard,

    I will have a look for you.

    Jock

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