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one day, at the high jump mat, Lucy,a 4'4 jumper, asks Georgina, a 5' jumper."When running here,breathing doesn't really count right? I mean we're only going less than 50 meters. What difference does it make if we hold our breath?" Georgina sighs and prepares herself for a long winded discussion.

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  1. What is your question? Breathing does count?

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