Congratulations to Denmark and Japan. While Denmark is the men’s winner, Japan wins the women’s tournament. To be honest, it was not the ranking I had predicted, but in the end the strongest won. Congratulations to everybody who participated, set a personal, national or world record and/or won!
During the world championships in Japan, Frederic Sessa from France broke the current dynamic world record by diving a length of 255 meter underwater. The dive time was 2:37 minutes, so an average speed of 1,6m/s (5,8km/h). Pretty fast! Congrats on finally breaking the record (he has attempted it several… read more →
Results of today’s Dynamic competition in Japan are in. Loads of national records and even a world record by Frederic Sessa. Four disqualified people due to surface protocol problems.
The last discipline! Dynamics! Here are the announcements for tomorrow. You can follow a live stream of the competition here.
Static is done. Some good times! Natalia Molchanova was the strongest with the women with a time of 7:32 minutes and Guy Brew won the static with 8:27 minutes. Denmark was the strongest country with the men in the static discipline. USA the strongest with the women. Denmark and the… read more →
And here are the announcements for the static competition tomorrow. Highest announced performances are by Guy Brew with 6:32 minutes and Natalia Mochanova with 6:50 minutes. Lets see what happens!
The results of the postponed second day of constant weight freediving during the World Championships in Japan are here. The big story of this diving day is for sure the dive of Guillaume Nery. With an announced dive of 102 meters depth, a depth for sure reachable for him, he… read more →
Here’s the video behind the story.
Due to high winds and bad weather the constant weight day 2 has been postponed. Not only is today not a good day to dive, but the forecast predicts that tomorrow will be even worse. So the organizers have released a new schedule for the rest of the competition. July… read more →
Constant Weight day 1 is over. The weather was rough and some big swells in the sea. Nevertheless most of the people made their performance. Aurore Asso from French even managed to set a new French national womens record with a dive to 72 meters. Congrats!