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Sophomore Patrick Reichmuth Dives Into Diving


The San Luis Obispo High School Swim and Dive team has many individuals who contribute to the success of the team. One of those is Sophomore Patrick Reichmuth, the only boy on the dive team. Expressions decided to interview him about his experience.

Expressions: How did you start diving?

Sophomore Patrick Reichmuth: I do gymnastics and thought dive would be a good transition.

Expressions: How long have you been on varsity?

Reichmuth: I have been on varsity for two years.

Expressions: What is your favorite part of diving?

Reichmuth: I like to be out in the sun and in the water.

Expressions: What is your least favorite part of diving?

Reichmuth: I am not a personal fan of the flops and smacks.

Expressions: Do you plan on continuing to dive in the future?

Reichmuth: I would like to continue diving in the future.


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