Goran Colak It’s already the last day of the month again, so it’s time for our monthly look back at the freediving scene. What was the most importantfreediving news of the month October 2009? While there were no official world records set during this month, Goran Colak from Croatia did an unofficial world record… read more →
If you have seen the first video and liked it, there appears to be a second video as well. So once again, enjoy!
This one almost slipped through but thanks to a blog post by Elisabeth Kristoffrersen we don’t have to miss a Norwegian freediving competition in our list of posts. On October 18 it was time for the first ever freediving national championships in Norway. The competition was held in Akim and… read more →
Found a great freediving video on the web. It’s about Martin Stepanek his FII freediving camp in Hawaii. Oh yeah, dolphins were added for special effect, so go see and enjoy!
It’s been 3 weeks since my last update about AIDA. So it’s time for another quick update. Bill Stromberg has sent today an email to the Assembly asking for candidacies for the new AIDA board that has to be formed. Everybody can apply and send their candidacy directly to the… read more →
Today Sanne and I visited another freediving competition. This time Liege, Belgium. It was a pool competition with 3 disciplines and while I thought it would be a small competition it was actually pretty crowded! You can read Sanne his personal story on our Team Sharkbait website. 40 freedivers from… read more →
Freediving is getting less and less popular. I know, you don’t think so, and I would like to see it the other way around as well. But the fact is that less and less people are searching the internet for freediving. You can take a look yourself at Google Trends… read more →
Okay, you’re in luck! Somebody was smart enough to put the official video of the BIOS 2004 Cyprus competition online. Remember? Howard Jones with his famous guestbook on www.freediver.co.uk and his freeology brand? Don’t visit the website, it’s still in hands of some domain squatters. Anyway, sit back and relax… read more →
Okay, that’s weird! I was looking for some information about the depth freediving world championships at the Bahamas in November this year. It isn’t even on the official AIDA calendar! I know that AIDA has some problems at the moment, but this one should really be on the calendar. Anyway,… read more →
The last part of my interactive timeline series of freediving world record overviews. Below you can see the progress of the freediving discipline Free Immersion. click here to see a complete list of all world records in this discipline.