Who's Who

For many people, it's the characters in the sport of freediving that bring it to life. From the legendary rivalry between Jaques Mayol and Enzo Majorca depicted in Luc Besson's Le Grand Bleu through modern day heroes like Umberto Pellizari, Herbert Nitsch and the late Natalia Molchanova to the charismatic Guillaume Néry and enigmatic William Trubridge, there are a wealth of unusual and often outrageous individuals who are drawn to the water. Here you'll find interviews with and articles about some of the remarkable people who have shaped the history of freediving and continue to shape it into the future.

At Freedive-Earth, we have met with Donny McFarlane who launched The Freedive Café Podcast: 

 

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At Freedive-Earth, we recently met and interviewed Christian Nicoll who recently opened a school in the wonderful country of Timor-leste.

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Reknowned as much for the strength of her Yoga practise as her multiple world records, Sara Campbell has already well and truly earned her place in the freediving hall of fame.

Here at Freedive-Earth we're always on the lookout for great underwater photography.  I mean, who doesn't want to see beautiful images of underwater creatures and critters?

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Congratulations to Pascal Berger for his new Swiss National Record in the variable weight (VW) discipline, with a dive to 115M.