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27 marzo

Speedo most hidden secret

or why they call it LZR when it should be called Zora...

After 13 of the 14 new world records from the Eindhoven European Championships were made using a new swimsuit from Speedo (the LZR), everybody is talking about the benefits of such a suit. I've heard about it in the TV and on the radio and I've read about it in the newspapers and over the Internet.

Now, I'm wondering...

Why they called it LZR when everybody knows that's the famous Zora Suit!

Every Zelda fan out there should understand...

... why i'm saying that.

The Zora is one of the well-known creatures from The Legend of Zelda saga. They are aquatic creatures that live underwater (there is always an underwater palace/dungeon/whatever you must visit in a Zelda game).

The Zora suit is a suit Link use to stay underwater all the time he needs, being able to move as if he was outside water.

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