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I'm -- Nancy newsreader fox -- he did what no American man has been able to do since 1988 capture gold.
In that ten meter platform dive at the Olympics David we dial also walked away with a -- bronze medal in the ten meter synchronized dive.
He joined us to talk about his experience in London right here on the ship and took us.
Actually I think it's a -- you don't look at the scores -- -- so yeah so you you are not doing so what effect you just didn't make it out of the first round you're you're dead last.
How about that for drama and -- story is -- -- today I never expected.
May have been about twelve breezed by preliminary is that.
I found myself right on the bubble eighteenth and then -- -- -- how to get a little wake up call you know the next morning.
And it changed their routine a little bit but -- that 60% mental sport so it's all about your mental preparation and so.
That's what was so special about the finals was not known -- place and I think that's what -- so relax let's talk about the mental state we talked about earlier.
Have you been afraid of -- -- are you afraid ironic guy you know at ten meter -- thirty feet up at 33 of feet up three story building is afraid -- I just.
Not common is -- that.
Check out to other facilities that it -- up there and you look down and it's you know restores those -- you overcome it how did you do it besides just doing it yeah I'm it.
So much support has been poured out and one -- career and I want back -- -- -- because it suggests that dropped.
God does not itself.
I'm sitting down with a notepad god the figures that dies and then you know before I went back -- that we've done dies a thousand times on paper and in my head so.
Housing she -- obstacle adverse situation overcome like that it.
Indeed -- is a student at Purdue University he's also getting married next year as for the next Olympics he says he is taken off for months.
And then after a four month vacation he will make a decision about Rio.
Meanwhile a 95 year old World War II veteran is celebrating the end of an educational journey from nearly a century in the making.
Lowest turner was forced to quit school in the fifth grade during the Great Depression to take care for family.
Then just -- she was about to complete her education Pearl Harbor happened and she joined the military.
But this week Lois was honored with a special diploma.
-- industry a more complete -- -- the diploma and a -- elected.
Should have had if there should have been in the display and screw up.
Turner says she's always worked hard never taken anything for granted.
She is making sure her senior years are full of adventures -- she wants to go.
-- -- Good luck.
And that's your fox plus credit Steve -- start every -- up a little doesn't FOX & Friends we'll be back here 6 AM eastern on Wednesday right here.
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