What a battle that was! As opposite to the Free Immersion competition the top guys really delivered this time. In an unseen dive off we got to see Alexey Molchanov and Dave Mullins nail their 126m dives in spectacular fashion to share the gold.
Holy Smoke! Look a that start list. 10 dives below 100m and 2 dives deeper than 125m! This will be a very interesting day.
The women again put on quite a show with a series of impressive dives and lots of white cards. The result lists are not out yet so there might be reason to edit if any changes or protests would come through.
After yesterday’s training day we are back in competition with the women’s Constant Weight. I got to say, the women’s competition makes me more excited than the men’s in this world championship. Look at the competition! 5 women within the span of 5 meters. That’s what I call competition. Let’s have a look at the announcements.
Man! Or should I say – Men! This was brutal. The so far unofficial result list looks like a hurricane blew over it. 9 black outs and totally 12 red cards. Way too much. Let’s have look at what actually went down yesterday.
The second day of diving is just about to kick off over in Honduras with the men’s FIM. Let’s have a look at who’s got a shot at the medals.
Day 1 of the Freediving World Championships is done and the first medals assigned. How did it go and what did we learn?
The game is on! The start list with announced depths and dive times are out. Let’s see what the women are up to today.
The bi-annual AIDA Individual Freediving Depth World Championships are finally here. The opening ceremony is done and the athletes are registering, training and resting themselves in shape for the competition. So what can we expect when the actual diving kicks off on Aug 26? Who should you keep an eye on and who stands the best chance in each discipline? Read on for a complete guide to the Freediving World Championships. Continue reading “2017 AIDA Freediving World Championship – A Complete Guide”
The 5th annual Caribbean Cup on the Honduran island Roatan has come to an end. This year’s competition is a little special as it’s right on the door step of the AIDA Individual World Championships that is officially opening today, but more on that later. Back to the Caribbean Cup. How did it go down? Continue reading “Caribbean Cup 2017 – Results & Thoughts”