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We don’t often equate freediving with ordinary sports. While it’s certainly an athletic activity in many respects, it’s not something we associate with popular athletes and competitions.

As one of the World’s deepest women, the UKs Sara Campbell knows a thing or two about success.

Dr Otter's Riverbank mailbox is overflowing each week (honest) with questions from all kinds of furry little critters with freediving physiology related questions; but this week, one in particular

A wise man once told me “there are two kinds of divers in this world: those who pee in their wetsuits, and those who lie about it…” but is this actually true?

Little known amongst hard-core AIDA freedivers, The World Underwater Federation or Confédération Mondiale des Activités Subaquatiques (CMAS) is in fact a huge international conglomeration of 130 na