Okay, lets create a new acronym for this kind of video’s because more and more show up and here is the Greek version of it. I don’t think that Guillaume Nery expected so much fame with his now more then 6 million times watched video on Youtube. The Greeks give… read more →
40 year old Herbert Nitsch is still planning his incredible journey to a depth of 1000 feet or 305 meters while holding his breath. November in Greece is the time and place we here more and more. So Herbert will attempt to break his already 3 year old No Limits… read more →
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 →