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Dealing with Competition Anxiety


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Competition can create a lot of anxiety, our quintent of IPF Worlds bound women: Marisa Inda (52kg Open), Meg Scanlon (57kg Open), Kristen Dunsmore (72kg Open), Maddy Forberg (57kg Junior) and Jo Ann Aita (57kg Masters 1), share with you how they deal with this stress and maximize their performance.

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