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For a man to be on the same level as a woman, they have to work twice as hard.

'Le Rêve' acrobat Benoit Beaufils achieves his synchronized swimming dreams, at last

July 29th, 2015

For a man to be on the same level as a woman, they have to work twice as hard.

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