馃嚦馃嚳 William Trubridge -101 metros nuevo record de apnea peso constante sin aletas


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El apneista NeoZeland茅s, William Trubridge, logr贸 este jueves 16 de diciembre una nueva marca mundial en la modalidad de apnea peso constante sin aletas, al descender -101 metros, superando en un metro la marca de 100 metros implantada por 茅l mismo, este lunes 13 de diciembre en aguas del Blue Hole de las Islas Bahamas.

Trubridge, quien intentar铆a realizar un nuevo r茅cord en la modalidad de inmersi贸n libre, inform贸 en su p谩gina oficial de Facebook, que a pesar de haber completado de manera correcta el protocolo de superficie que le vali贸 el nuevo r茅cord mundial de 100 metros el pasado lunes, no se siti贸 satisfecho, ya que como lo pudo sentir en el momento de su salida a superficie y ver el video oficial, sufri贸 una leve p茅rdida del control de motor, por lo que quiso intentar nuevamente alcanzar y superar la marca nuevamente , la cual logr贸 en un tiempo de 4 minutos 8 segundos.

De esta forma, el apneista complet贸 en menos de una semana 4 inmersiones a m谩s de 96 metros de profundidad y di贸 por terminado el 芦Proyecto Hector禄 agradeciendo a todo su equipo, colaboradores y seguidores en esta interesante haza帽a deportiva.

Inmersiones de Trubridge en apnea peso constante semana del 10 al 16 de diciembre 2010:
Viernes 10 de Diciembre – 96 metros (R茅cord Mundial)
Domingo 12 de Diciembe – 100 metros (No v谩lida por falta de protocolo)
Lunes 13 de Diciembre – 100 metros (R茅cord Mundial)
Jueves 16 de Diciembre – 101 metros (R茅cord Mundial)

Texto original publicado por Trubridge en su p谩gina Facebook en ingl茅s:

After setting the world record at 100m on the 13th December I was initially euphoric and relieved.聽 However once that passed I was left with a feeling that wasn’t 100% satisfaction.聽 On that dive I had surfaced and completed a correct surface protocol, but in the process I had undergone a brief samba (freediving terminology for a loss of motor control).聽 My hand shook as I made the OK sign, and in the surface footage you can see that I was fighting to remain lucid.

Some of my team told me that it would almost look better like this, as it shows just how much of a struggle it really is to complete a dive to these depths with no assistance.聽 However I believed that I was capable of improving on the dive and remaining in complete control on the surface.聽 So last night, even though I was keen to have an attempt at the Free Immersion world record, I decided to revisit CNF one last time on the last day of Project Hector.

The conditions this morning were much better than they had been on the day of the hectometer.聽 Warm breezes and clear skies meant that I could relax in the water without getting cold.聽 Perhaps I was a little too relaxed in the descent, as I forgot to pay attention to keeping my mouth full of air, and at about 90m I realised I was running out of air to equalise with.聽 Luckily I was able to stretch to reach the plate, but this isn’t the best way for me to start an ascent.聽 After months of training and several days of announced record attempts I could feel that my body was starting to wane, and the contractions, which are normally unnoticeable on the ascent, came on strong.聽 Narcosis was shaking it’s grizzly head as well, eradicating any hope of being able to count my strokes and thus know how far into the ascent I was…聽 I focused on my technique, maintaining a constant rhythm, and before long Alfredo’s grouper call told me I was at 30m.聽 From there it was only 6 more pulls to reach the surface, and this time, after 4 minutes and 8 seconds under the water, I came back with a single purpose: to breathe, stay calm and complete the surface protocol perfectly.聽 Which is exactly what happened.

A huge thank you again to all my team, and to everyone who has supported us in so many ways.聽 A man alone could never dive to 101 meters, but thankfully I’ve had all of you behind me for every armstroke of the way.

M谩s informaci贸n:

http://www.verticalblue.net/
http://www.facebook.com/williamtrubridge

脷ltima actualizaci贸n: 30 agosto 2019

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