http://www.diananyad.com/blog/update-72113 I have also worked tirelessly this entire year with a prosthetics specialist to build a silicone mask that allows me to plow through the tentacles and yet breathe. The mask is cumbersome. It takes more energy, pressing harder to get up above the surface to breathe. It slows me down, by about .3 mph. And it forces me to swallow much more sea water than good for the stomach. But I simply need to remember, when enduring the difficulty of the mask, that it protects me from stings. With the latex surgeon's gloves, the tight skin suit and booties (no neoprene, not allowed by rules of the sport), and a diver's hoodie over the mask, I must be encouraged rather than deflated, to finally have 100% protection. No other way.
the tight skin suit + Or if I'm stung daytime when not wearing the suit and mask.
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