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I mean if we lived in Spain, where this cave was, then you could do it month-in month-out, you could continue doing it. To a point where you know unless you're in something really really tight and you're really really stuck then you don't tend to suffer from the claustrophobia so much. But we were just there for a short period of time.
You say you started at 17, how did you get into it? Yeah, it was in northern Spain.
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There are lots of caves all over the world that are unexplored or haven't even been found yet. So, we make those ourselves because the ones we make are rugged, they're very simple, there's no electronics in them and if they breakdown when you're in the system, we can repair them. It's exactly as you say there. Can you apply that? Can you use that calming, because you must have to calm yourself from the immediate danger. You can apply that in your life, your work situation, wherever.
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Yeah, it's just finding that new passage that nobody's been into before and you know, you map it and you survey it as you go and you produce a survey and it's there for generations to come. Then when I was sort of 19 or 20ish, I started dabbling in the cave diving side of things. We've been exploring it, you know, progressing further into the hillside where it comes out and in we broke the world record, which is the distance from the entrance to the furthest dive point which was just over 8.
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They don't just go, well most people don't do it in one hit and it's a similar sort of thing when you're doing a big long cave dive. You say you went to the Polytechnic, what course did you do there?
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