A lot of freediving video’s are being posted everyday on Internet and sometimes, and only really sometimes, a new freediving video is posted that is just a piece of art. Guillaume Nery and Julie Gautier have made a beautiful piece of art. Enjoy!
I already wrote an earlier piece about the freedivers recovery vest (FRV) where I was already enthusiastic. This time Terry Maas has put a new video online, clearly demonstrating the capabilities of the vest. Now I’m even more convinced. Great piece of material!
Elly Park is a Korean-born journalism & film student at the New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute. She has produced a documentary in 2008 about the Haenyo, the working freedivers of Korea. If you want to see the complete 4 part movie, you can watch it here. Below a cut… read more →
Today is the start of the Czech National Pool Freediving Championships in Zlín, which consists of two days of competing. With 48 Freedivers from 6 countries competing it will be a pretty big competition. The fun thing is the organizers have planned to provide live streaming of the competition to the… read more →
Well, what to write about this new ‘record’? Patrick Musimu and Karol Meyer are in Bonaire doing some different record attempts. Yesterday the did a 121 meter deep Tandem No Limits dive. For the people who don’t know what Tandem diving is; instead of diving alone, you go down together… read more →
The Polish Freediving Championships for 2010 are announced and will take place between July 29 and August 1 at Hancza lake in Poland. This is the 7th time this competition will be organized, every two years since 1998. It will be organized as an AIDA International competition. Registration fee is… read more →
The British Freediving Association has announced the national freediving team for 2010. And for the first time (if I remember correctly) it’s going to be a mixed team. Selected people are Sam Still, Maria-Teresa Solomons and Suzanne Pugh. They will compete together in the world team freediving championships in Japan,… read more →
What started on Friday and was planned to be finished on Saturday, took until Monday to complete. Oh well, I come from the world of IT, so I’m used to it. 😉 So what has happened? In short we moved the complete content of the shark-freediving.com domain to our new… read more →
As I’m way to busy with some major upgrades to the website this weekend, I’ll make it a quick one today with some nice video’s. During the x-bbh competition in Dahab, Norway got 3 new national records. CWT 77 by Bjarte Nygard, CNF 54m by Steinar Schjagerand FIM 58m also… read more →
One of the biggest tasks the new AIDA Board has taken up, is the upgrading of the AIDA Statutes and related document. The first version has made its way to the assembly for reviewing the documents, so lets take a look at them. Here are the links to the documents.… read more →