Since the death of Nicholas Mevoli in 2013, the Freediving community has been searching for ways to accurately predict a Freediver’s risk of significant injury during competi
A new yearly awards competition aimed at those in to photography, under, in and on the water.
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
I first came across this question from by a very organised, very talented level 2 student (German, naturally) who not only wanted to know exactly why he felt much better on the ascent, but
It’s been a torrid one for the men this year. On paper it looked gripping: A rare showdown between the 3 best freedivers in the world in one location.
Maybe I’m just jealous. For the athletes and support teams involved in the competition, it looks like the the 2015 world championships have found themselves a great location.
We’ve all been there. (Right?
For the first time in the history of the modern sport, the location of this year’s Freediving World championships which kicks off on the 11th September in the Mediterranean, was voted for by
Erika Schagatay, Swedish professor of environmental physiology, is not your average scientist.
I first met Natalia last year when, in the run up to Vertical Blue 2014, she
Alexis Duvivier set a new CMAS world record with a 294M DYN
We all know the story. Fat greek man jumps into the bath, gets excited, runs naked down the road shouting something odd, but strangely catchy….
Those of you who’ve been following my series of introductory lectures to Freedivi
Russian, Natalia Molchanova, The Queen, set a new world rec
William Trubridge cruises to victory as Japanese make their mark at Vertical Blue 2015
Aurore Asso, french, 36 years old, just set 2 new world record under Ice in Antarctica.
Well, it’s a small one this year isn’t it?