Thursday, 6 January 2011

Dynamic Apnea with Fin ... New Zealander World Record

Hi. The first week of 2011 is slipping away.

Nothing to do? Take up freediving (I'm  not!) Have a look at this September 2010 new world record by Dave Mullins of New Zealand, swimming underwater for more than five laps of an Olympic (50m)  pool on a single breath. Apparently it's called Dynamic Apnea - which means moving, holding breath - With Fin - and what a fin! - as one of the eight official disciplines within the sport of freediving. The more extreme forms involve diving to ridiculous depths, but more of that in future blogs, like one I showed on the blog previously.
Here's Dave ...

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