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a race (as in swimming) in which each contestant has a free choice of the style to use

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"And juggling a ball for 12 hours-a-day in one of the most hostile environments on the planet is certainly that!" Farnworth became a freestyler after falling out of love with playing football.
"I haven't been playing Teqball for long, but being a freestyler I didn't have to start from scratch," he said.
Three of Europe's top footballing freestylers are showcasing their dazzling ball control skills and cool juggling tricks at The Lost Paradise of Dilmun waterpark to help visitors celebrate the FIFA World Cup.
Freestyler Chris Draper watches on as another budding footballer gives it a go
ON OCTOBER 18th last year, football freestyler, Colin Nell (who is the brother-in-law of long distance runner Mo Farah) visited Bede Burn Primary School.
While it has helped him gain enough following to spread his music, it has also limited him in so far as being labeled as only a freestyler, which Skarm finds frustrating.
Hassan Rahimi, another Freestyler of the Islamic Republic of Iran, had also snatched a bronze medal in the 57-kg on Friday.
"It is a bit different (from London)," said freestyler Guy, who will be among Britain's principal medal hopes in Brazil.
But freestyler Ant, who honed his skills as a child practising off the coast of Rhosneigr and Colwyn Bay and won the World Pro Freestyle jet-ski championship in 2013, is determined to smash the record.
silky skills Freestyler shows off tricks with mamba ball
After each screening the audience had a chance to interact with directors, producers and actors and enjoy entertaining performances by Abdulla, football freestyler, and Dylan and Colin, demonstrating Frisbee tricks.
"I have good technical skills, and I'm a bit of a freestyler, too.
The full-time football freestyler said: "This is without a doubt the craziest, most exciting and most challenging thing I have ever done.
" The 200m and 400m freestyler, who is sponsored by First Oil plc and managed by Red Sky, added: "The future for Scottish swimming looks bright, especially with kids like Adam coming through the ranks."