Posts Tagged ‘William Trubridge’

Several new world records in deep freediving

Herbert Nitsch (Austria) and William Trubridge (New Zealand) showed that they are in control of the world records in the three depth disciplines, after beating their own and each others records several times in an event in the Bahamas.

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Two new world records in freediving

Herbert Nitsch (Austria) and William Trubridge (New Zealand) showed that they are in control of the depth records.

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Two spectacular freediving events

Ever since Roland Specker and Claude Chapuis in 1992 sought out a number of European freedivers, aiming to unite them in an association to recognize records, the competitions have been the backbone of AIDA activity. Competitions is the venue where freedivers get to meet and express their joy of being under water. In later years the sport of apnea has seen some 90 competitions every season, with an ongoing trend of growing, not in numbers, but in attendance.

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