September 20th, 2021 Rest Day
September 21st, 2021 Training day men
September 22nd, 2021 CWTB Women
September 23rd, 2021 CWTB Men
September 24th, 2021 FIM Women
September 25th, 2021 FIM Men
September 26th, 2021 CNF Women
September 27th, 2021 CNF Men
September 28th, 2021 CWT Women
September 29th, 2021 CWT Men
September 30th, 2021 Back UP

Official Announcements

Results by discipline

Results by discipline

Results CNF women

Here you can see and download the CNF women results 

Daily Highlights

BESTDIVE Present at the Depth World Championship

BESTDIVE, a diving wetsuit manufacturing company based in China, joins the AIDA Depth World Championship Limassol 2021 as a sponsor.

Jury Members

Main Judge

Grant W Graves

Citizensip: United States


Pim Vermeulen

Citizensip: Netherlands


Olga Sidorova

Citizensip: Russian Federation


Nadia Borozdenkova

Citizensip: Russian Federation


Maja Bozicek

Citizensip: Slovenia


Catherine Crossland

Citizensip: United Kingdom

Assistant Judge

Rachid Zock

Citizensip: Lebanon

Assistant Judge

Paul Sutton

Citizensip: United Kingdom

Assistant Judge

Oksana Molchanova

Citizensip: Russian Federation

Assistant Judge

Mila Bodilovskaya

Citizensip: Russian Federation

Assistant Judge

Mikalai Spiryn

Citizensip: Belarus

Assistant Judge

Marina Markova

Citizensip: Russian Federation

Assistant Judge

Jaime Fernando Moreno Sanchez

Citizensip: Colombia

Assistant Judge

Irina Bystrova

Citizensip: Russian Federation

Assistant Judge

Ekaterina Balashova

Citizensip: Russian Federation

Assistant Judge

Anne-Louise Fortin

Citizensip: Canada


Water temperature is expected to be between 25°C and 28°C with thermocline below 20m and visibility around 30m-35m, thanks to the absence of plankton. The air temperature in Cyprus at the end of September is usually between 28°C-32°C.

The competition site is located one mile from the beach, opposite the venue hotel and with 150m of depth. There will be two competition lines with counter ballast systems able to lift a freediver at a speed of 1.5m/sec. High-resolution sonar and a connected video camera will be providing real-time information on the freediver’s progress.

Each competition line will be covered with four safety freedivers selected and trained to the highest standard. Six warm-up lines will be set to 30m. Dry warm-up will be possible on the vessel and on a smaller platform near the performance zone. A decompression station whit O2 will be available on the dive location.

AIDA Medical Committee members and emergency medical personnel selected by the committee will be oresent at the competition zone to handle potencial accidents.

In case of emergency, the evacuation boat can transfer freedivers to the beach in 7 min. An ambulance will be on standby at the beach and can transfer freedivers to the Limassol General Hospital in 10 min. Three taxi boats will be available to carry athletes, judges, and crew from the beach to the competition zone.


The rates negotiated with the official hotel Kapetanios Odysseia Hotel are:

  • Single room (B&B): € 72.00 per room per night
  • Double room (B&B) € 98.00 per room per night
  • Triple rom (B&B) € 133.00 per room per night

To benefit from the above rates, athletes are invited to directly contact the hotel by e-mail: and mention they are registered in the AIDA WCh. All arrangements whit the hotel (check-in/check-out, room sharing, etc.) are to be handled directly by the athletes. The Hotel is situated only 100 meters from the beach and within easy walking distance from the city.

Balcony, internet, TV, air-conditioning, mini bar. Hotel facilities includes free Wi-Fi, pool bar, one outdoor swimming pool, one children swimming pool, health club with sauna, jacuzzi and gym equipment, and two conference rooms. Kapetanios Odyssia’s restaurants serve Cypriot and international cuisine in an elegant setting. The Apollo Pool Bar and the Piano Lobby & Terrace are ideal for evening drinks.

Besides the official hotel, various Airbnb and other accommodation options on are available within walking distance of the hotel and boat pick up location. We can advise you in selecting your accommodation if needed - contact us at:

Travel to Limassol,Cyprus

Cyprus’ main airport is Larnaca International Airport (LCA) and is on the outskirts of Larnaca, approximately 77km from Limassol.

Larnaca flight schedule



Paphos International Airport (PFO) is located approximately 67km from Limassol.

Paphos flight schedule



Both airports are connected to Limassol by a 45 minute drive on a modern highway. The Limassol Urban Buse Company has a daily roundtrip schedule from Larnaca or Paphos Airport to Limassol, including weekends and public holidays to provide transportation needs for all athletes at a cost of € 9 per person including VAT and luggage.

Bus schedule





Cyprus has the euro (€) as its sole currency. Cyprus is a member of the Schengen Agreement, but

has not yet fully implemented it. For EU and EFTA (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway) citizens, together with those of Switzerland, an officially approved ID card (or a passport) is sufficient for entry. In no case will they need a visa for a stay of any length. Other international will need a passport for entry.

Travel to/from any other country (Schengen or not) from/to Cyprus will (as of now) result in the normal immigration passport control, but if travelling to/from another EU country you will not have to pass customs. However, if Cyprus requires a visa for your nationality, this may be waived if you already have a valid Schengen visa.

Cyprs flight pass (covid19 pass). Link for entry application for travelling to Cyprus:

Cyprus flight pass





Registration fee: €0

Start list / Results

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Start Diver Gender Official Top Discipline AP RP Card Points Remarks
Rest Day