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Dumais' figure out how to synchronize

Updated: August 9, 2004, 3:13 PM ET
By Greg Garber | ESPN.com

Synchronized diving, despite its twisting, turning physicality, is a matter of the mind: two athletes on a single, tenuous wavelength.

They must be perfectly in synch. Their body type, flexibility and style must be aesthetic match to suit the demanding and subjective judges. What better way to succeed than to pair two divers with the same double-helixed DNA?

Unless, of course, the two brothers spent the better part of two decades banging heads in a classic case of sibling ...

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