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BREAKING: Mateusz Malina Break Dynamic No-Fins (DNF) World Record

28th June 2016   |  DeeperBlue.com

Breaking news from the AIDA 2016 Freediving World Pool Championships in Turku, Finland – Polish Freediver Mateusz Malina has broken the Dynamic No-Fins (DNF) World Record with a 232m / 761ft swim. RELATED: Freediving Disciplines Explained This breaks his previous record of 226m / 741ft set in 2014. Keep tuned to DeeperBlue.com for more results […] READ MORE

‘Sharkwater’ Filmmaker Making New Documentary Exposing Companies That Use Shark Products

28th June 2016   |  DeeperBlue.com

Rob Stewart, the filmmaker who made the award-winning movie “Sharkwater,” is working on a new, shark-related movie project. The original “Sharkwater” exposed the exploitation and corruption surrounding the world’s shark populations in the marine reserves of Cocos Island, Costa Rica and the Galapagos Islands off Ecuador. Stewart‘s latest project, “S... READ MORE

Video: AIDA 2016 Freediving World Pool Championships – Static Apnea Heats

28th June 2016   |  DeeperBlue.com

The organizers of the AIDA 2016 Freediving World Pool Championships in Turku, Finland have released a video covering the 1st day of competitive dives and the Static (STA) heats. 4 new National Records were set during the first day, you can see the video below or read through our coverage of the results READ MORE

The most intelligent invertebrate – what can the octopus do?

28th June 2016   |  SCUBA News

The octopus is believed to be the most intelligent of all invertebrates. As well as its relatively large brain, each of the octopus’ eight arms has its own rudimentary intelligence. This allows the arms to function independently. Researchers think that the octopus evolved intelligence to help it hunt and elude predators. In the wild, octopuses coll... READ MORE

AIDA 2016 Freediving World Pool Championships – Dynamic No-Fins (DNF) Apnea Qualifiers Results

28th June 2016   |  DeeperBlue.com

The second competition day of the AIDA 2016 Freediving World Pool Championships in Turku, Finland saw an epic 232m / 761ft new World Record and two National Records in the Dynamic No-Fins (DNF) heats. RELATED: Freediving Disciplines Explained DeeperBlue.com caught up with Matesuz Malina, who walked away with a new World Record, today: “I feel […] READ MORE

Dive Training Scenario: Freeflow at 50 Feet

28th June 2016   |  Padi Blog

Tired of waiting for suitable ocean conditions, Luke and Jessica planned an early season day trip to a freshwater lake a couple of hours from home. Their dive site research indicated depths up to 20 metres/65 feet available from shore; visibility averaging 10 metres/33 feet and temperatures a bit chilly […] The post Dive Training Scenario: Freeflow... READ MORE

Cuttlefish in Nusa Lembongan

28th June 2016   |  Two Fish Divers

This week in Nusa Lembongan… A cuttlefish has been spotted at Crystal Bay. Hidden in the sandy area of the dive site, a small cuttlefish has been found by our dive guides. This expert of camouflage is able to change its colouring to help it blend into its surroundings. With the sand being soft, it […] The post Cuttlefish in Nusa Lembongan appeared... READ MORE

In Pictures: Mateusz Malina Dynamic No-Fins (DNF) World Record

28th June 2016   |  DeeperBlue.com

Polish Freediver Mateusz Malina set an incredible 232m AIDA World Record in Dynamic No-Fins (DNF) on the second competitive day of the AIDA 2016 Freediving World Pool Championships. See his incredible dive below, pictures by the talented Daan Verhoeven READ MORE

Video: Mateusz Malina 232m Dynamic No-Fins (DNF) World Record

28th June 2016   |  DeeperBlue.com

In addition to the epic photos of the 232m 232m AIDA World Record in Dynamic No-Fins (DNF) by Polish Freediver Mateusz Malina – the official video of the attempt is now available that you can watch below. The new World Record was set on the second day of the the AIDA 2016 Freediving World Pool […] READ MORE

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