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Free Divers Defy The Limits of Science, And We're Beginning to Understand How

Free Diving defies science
Free divers swim to extreme depths underwater (the current record is 214 metres or 702 feet) without any breathing apparatus. Champions can hold their breath for extraordinary amounts of time – the record for women is 9 minutes, and men 11. I'm a doc...
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Adam Stern on His Performance at AIDA Depth Freediving World Championships

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Photo by Daan Verhoeven I was lucky enough to travel to Roatan with PADI AmbassaDiver Adam Stern and get an insight  into what it’s like to be at a World Championship event, as well as the life of a competitive freediver. Not only did Adam pick up a ...
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2017 AIDA Individual Freediving Depth World Championships – Day 4 - Men's Constant Weight (CWT)

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After the great day of diving yesterday, it was the Men’s turn on Day 4 to step up and deliver at the Constant Weight (CWT) discipline at the  AIDA Individual Freediving Depth World Championships . RELATED: Freediving Disciplines Explained It was a m...
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