free-diving

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  • Free diving is limited in depth and time, but for some purposes it may be suitable.
  • She holds numerous records in different categories of free diving.
  • Australia allows only recreational spearfishing and generally only breath-hold free diving.
  • They try out the dangerous challenge of free diving - deep diving without breathing apparatus.
  • Also, it is popular for many other watersports, including scuba and free diving.
  • During his lifetime, he helped introduce the, until then, elitist sport of free-diving into the main stream.
  • His fame spread due to the images of his free diving exploits swimming with the animals without a cage.
  • Diving for sponges brought social and economical development to the island where the free-diving method was used.
  • She has worked with an array of top athletes coaching the lessons of mental strength learned in free-diving.
  • The three sports chosen for these Games were finswimming, free-diving and spearfishing.
  • I Am Water taught ten young kids free diving techniques and yoga stretches along with basic ocean knowledge.
  • There, she took up serious free-diving and with Ferreras as her instructor was soon reaching record depths.
  • However, these devices hinder and prevent a snorkeler from free diving to any depth.
  • The two free-diving events was contested at the Sports complex Mansiche's pool.
  • The title is awarded in several different sports, such as ice hockey, football, athletics, free diving, miniature golf, and others.
  • Early diving was done without equipment (free diving), using a harpoon.
  • The discovery of the "blood shift" phenomenon opened a host of theories regarding free diving humans.
  • Many drowning and near drowning events occur among swimmers who black out underwater while free-diving or doing breath-hold pool laps.
  • In 2002 he set the world free diving record without any breathing apparatus at 162 meters.
  • Breath-hold diving is often referred to elsewhere as dynamic apnoea diving or free-diving.
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