Recently By Eric Sehn

When a bronze is not a bronze

So I am finished with my competition. On Tuesday, I competed in the men's 10-metre synchro with Kevin Geyson. We really wanted a medal in this event and we placed third. For our first competition, we did very well. We have lots of room for improvement, which makes things interesting to see how far we can go.

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Missed it by that much

Fourth place is kind of bitter sweet in alot of ways. As an athlete, it sucks a lot because you were just out of the medals. But it's also good because you were that close.

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I'm finally here!

So I arrived in New Delhi on Wednesday night and have been here for a couple of days now. 

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Breaking camp in Qatar

After arriving here in Doha, Qatar on the 29th of September, we're winding down our training camp where we could take a week to train and get more accustomed to the time zone in India.

This week has been a really good week for training and preparation for our competition.

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Just dive and bear it

Injuries to athletes are like the plague. No one wants to hear the news that they can't compete because of some injury. 

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Why athletes date athletes

I'm engaged. It happened a few weeks ago while I was in Russia visiting my fiancee. She's also an elite athlete - she won a silver medal in diving at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.

I get asked all the time why athletes date other athletes. In my opinion, it all comes down to support.

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It all started with a mistake

I'm 25 years old and have been diving for 16 years. This past May I graduated from Texas A&M University as the winningest athlete in school history with 11 Big 12 conference titles. I'm about to represent Canada at the Commonwealth Games.

Funny thing is, it all started with a mistake.

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