🇵🇦 Echale Agua Freediving Challenge 2018 – Panama

ESPAÑOL

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After 2 successful editions of the International Freediving Competition held in Panama in 2016 and 2017 by the renowned Venezuelan freediver Iru Balic the Freediving Panama Club was carry out again this important competition in the Central American country under the name “Échale Agua 2018” on October 20th and 21th, event that was the endorsement of AIDA International and that was include the swimming pool modalities: static, dynamic with fins and dynamic without fins, for freedivers in Open category.

OFFICIAL RESULTS

STATIC (STA)
DYNAMIC NO FINS (DNF)
DYNAMIC (DYN)
GENERAL RESULTS

START LISTS

STATIC (STA)
DYNAMIC NO FINS (DNF)
DINYAMIC (DYN)

Judges:

Iru Balic (Venezuela) / Jaime Moreno (Colombia)

Info and register: freedivingclub.pty@gmail.com

More event details: Website Aida Internacional  / @apneapanama

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🇹🇷 Complete Final Results – CMAS 3rd FreeDiving World Championship Outdoor 2018 – Kaş, Turkey

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The World Underwater Federation (CMAS) organized the 3rd World Freediving Championship in the Outdoor modalities (at sea), from october 1st to 7th, 2018 in the city of Kaş, Turkey, with the organization of the Federation of Underwater Activities of that country (TSSF).

After an incident, which included the suspension of part of the 1st day on Tuesday 2 and the entire 2nd day on Wednesday October 3 due to security problems, on Thursday 4, Sunday 5 and Saturday 6 October were taken out the rest of the World Championship events, which were recorded, as expected, several world and continental records

OFFICIAL RESULTS

Constant Weight

CONSTANT WEIGHT MONOFIN – 2, 4 ,5 & 6 October

MEN

1. Rusia ALEXEY MOLCHANOV – RUS – 123 – WORLD RECORD
2. Rusia  ANDREY MATVEENKO – RUS – 108
3. Italia ANTONIO MOGAVERO – ITA – 106
4. España ALFREDO ROEN – SPA -97
5. Chile DANIEL ARIAS – CHI – 91- PANAMERICAN RECORD

RESULTS CWT MEN

WOMEN

1. Italia ALESSIA ZECCHINI – ITA – 105
2. Eslovenia ALENKA ARTNIK – SLO – 96
2. Japón SAYURI KINOSHITA – JAP – 96

RESULTS CWT WOMEN

Free Inmersion

FREE INMERSION – 6 October

MEN

1. Rusia ALEXEY MOLCHANOV – RUS – 116 – WORLD RECORD
2. Rusia  ANDREY MATVEENKO – RUS – 100
3. Eslovenia SAMO JERANKO – SLO – 95
3. EEUU DANIEL KOVAL – USA – 95

RESULTS FIM MEN

WOMEN

1. Italia ALESSIA ZECCHINI – ITA – 94
2. Japón SAYURI KINOSHITA – JAP – 90
3. JapónHANAKO HIROSE – JAP – 86
3. Colombia SOFIA GOMEZ URIBE – 86 – PANAMERICAN RECORD

RESULTS FIM WOMEN

Constant Weight Bifins

CONSTANT WEIGHT WITH BIFINS – 5 October

MEN

1. Rusia ALEXEY MOLCHANOV – RUS – 107
2. Francia ARNAUD JERALD – FRA – 101
3. Italia ANTONIO MOGAVERO – ITA – 91

WOMEN

1. Ucrania NATALIIA ZHARKOVA – UKR – 89 – WORLD RECORD
2. Eslovenia ALENKA ARTNIK – SLO – 86
2. Colombia SOFIA GOMEZ URIBE – 86

RESULTS CWT BF MEN-WOMEN

Constant Weight No Fins

CONSTANT WEIGHT NO FINS – 4 October

MEN

1. Polonia MATEUSZ MALINA – POL – 78
2. Italia MICHELE GIURGOLA – ITA – 76
3. Francia REMY DUBERN – FRA – 75

WOMEN

1. Italia ALESSIA ZECCHINI – ITA – 70 – WORLD RECORD
2. Ucrania NATALIIA ZHARKOVA – UKR – 70 – WORLD RECORD
3. Japón SAYURI KINOSHITA – JAP – 66

RESULTS CNF MEN-WOMEN

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Turkey successfully organized the 2nd edition of the Outdoor World Championship in 2016 and the 1st edition of the European Outdoor Championship in 2017 in the same location, so a great event is expected in the organizational and sporting level.

Official Website: http://kasbaska.com/

More information of the event in: CMAS / TSSF / Facebook

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🇹🇷 CMAS delays the Outdoor Freediving World Championship in Kas, Turkey due to the incident that occurred to Spanish freediver

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Spanish freediver, Ramon Carreño Paz, experienced a deep-water blackout at the Freediving World Championships on Tuesday, October 2nd. Event organizers immediately issued a temporary delay out of their commitment to ensure a high level of safety for all participants.

When Carreno Paz was ascending from his 75-meter dive he was very late. The safety diver on the scene followed standard protocols in response, was already delayed and not able to stay on the scene. After a few seconds, Carreno lost consciousness at 35 meters and the back-up system and recovery was engaged bringing the diver to the surface. Although an extremely rare case, the incident prompted event organizers to pause and reexamine their safety measures, demonstrating the importance of continuously evaluating emergency procedures.

Aside from increasing the level of safety to account for rare outlier cases, event organizers recruited additional support from Jonathan Sunnex, one of the most accredited and experienced freediving safety experts in the world.

“Above all else, we’re extremely grateful Ramon is doing well and on his way to a full recovery. Safety is always our number one priority and the events that occurred today demonstrate how standard protocol must be reassessed continuously” says Anna Arzhanova, president of CMAS. “Our procedures are always evolving with safety in mind. We will look at this incident as an opportunity to continue learning and enhancing our safety measures for both the participants at this event and the long-term future of the sport in general.”

The Freediving World Championships was resume on October 4th using its ‘reserve day’ to makeup
for the event’s delay.

Source: CMAS

🇨🇴 Results – 1st CMAS Interclub American Cup of Underwater Hockey, Underwater Rugby and Apnea. Medellín, Colombia – September 2018

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With the participation of 320 athletes and clubs from 4 countries: Chile, Colombia, the United States and Mexico, the 1st edition of the Interclubs Cup of Underwater Hockey, Underwater Rugby and Freediving in the city of Medellin, Colombia was successfully carried out from September 21 to 30, 2018.

The event was in charge of the Colombian Federation of Underwater Activities (FEDECAS) and the Antioquia Underwater Activities League (LASA) and in addition to the competitions in the 3 modalities, it also included an International Training for Underwater Rugby Judges.

In this way CMAS Zona América continues to promote and bet on the growth of Underwater Activities throughout the continent.

RESULTS BY DISCIPLINE

FREEDIVING


Photo: Courtesy Diego Saavedra

RESULTS

TEAM RESULTS

  1. UNICACH (Universidad de Ciencias y Artes de Chiapas) – FMAS / México
  2. FEDESUB / Chile
  3. Galápagos Medellin / Colombia

UNDERWATER HOCKEY

MEN

  1. CARDUMEN A – COLOMBIA
  2. CARDUMEN B – COLOMBIA
  3. CARDUMEN C – COLOMBIA
  4. ALETAS A – COLOMBIA
  5. ALETAS B – COLOMBIA

WOMEN

  1. CARDUMEN A – COLOMBIA
  2. ALETAS – COLOMBIA
  3. CARDUMEN B – COLOMBIA
  4. TITANES – COLOMBIA
  5. ALETAS B – COLOMBIA

RESULTS UNDERWATER HOCKEY ICMAS AMERICA CUP

UNDERWATER RUGBY

FINAL RANKING

MEN   POS WOMEN   POS
Orcas A COL 1 Orcas A COL 1
Ecomares A COL 2 Orcas B COL 2
Scuba COL 3 Makos COL 3
Orcas B COL 4 Orcas C COL 4
USA USA 5 Ecomares COL 5
Ecomares B COL 6
Orcas C COL 7
Makos COL 8

Complete Results

Source: CMAS Zona América

The World Confederation of Underwater Activities – CMAS American Zone, the Colombian Federation of Underwater Activities – FEDECAS and the Antioquia Underwater Activities League – LASA, have the pleasure of inviting to the 1st CMAS Interclub American Cup of Underwater Hockey, Underwater Rugby and Apnea 2018, in Medellín, Colombia from September 21 to 30, 2018.

Download Official Invitation

Download Annex 1

Download Annex 2

More info:
email: copaamericasub@gmail.com
Instagram: antioquiasubacuatica
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Antioquiasubacuatica/

Sitio Web FEDECAS: www.fedecas.org

Source: CMAS Zona América

 

 

🇹🇷 Results – CMAS-TSSF 2nd KAS BASKA Free Diving Competition-OPEN Outdoor – Kaş, Turkey 2018

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On Saturday, September 29 and Sunday, September 30, 2018, the 2nd Edition of the CMAS-TSSF International Apnea Competition “KAS BASKA” takes place in Kaş, Turkey, an event that brings together competitors from around the world and serves as a preparatory competition for the 3rd CMAS Apnea Outdoor World Championship that will be held in the same location and whose tests will begin as tuesday of October 2.

OFFICIAL RESULTS

SATURDAY 29 SEPTEMBER 2018
CONSTANT WEIGHT CWT
CONSTANT NO FINS CNF

SUNDAY 30 SEPTEMBER 2018
CONSTANT WEIGHT BI-FINS CWT BF
FREE INMERSION FIM

4 NEW WORLD RECORDS APNEA CMAS:

VIDEOS

SESSION 1SESSION 2SESSION 3SESSION 4

More info: Facebook

http://kasbaska.com/

🇨🇴 New CMAS Freediving World Record in Constant Weight with Bifins for Sofía Gómez Uribe from Colombia in Kaş, Turkey 2018

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This Saturday, September 29, in Kas, Turkey, the colombian freediver Sofía Gómez Uribe  has set a new world freediving record of the World Underwater Federation (CMAS) in the modality of constant weight with bifins, when descending -86 meters deep, in a time of 2 minutes 57 seconds.

The World Record was registered during the second day of the International Competition “KAS BASKA” which takes place on the weekend of September 29 and 30 and serves as a competition prior to the 3rd CMAS World Championship of Apnea Outdoor that will be held in the same locality and whose tests will begin as of Tuesday, October 2.

With this depth Sofía exceeded the previous world record under the CMAS rules, established in the Open and European Championship 2017 held in Turkey in October last year and shared by Alenka Artnik of Slovenia and Natalia Sharkova of Ukraine with -85m.

In this way, the Colombian takes again the world record in this modality, after in July 2017 registered the -83 and -84 meters respectively on the island of Dominica.

OFFICIAL RESULTS

World Record video (1 hour 30 minutes)

This is what Sofía said in her official instagram account  @sofigomezu

 

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¡NUEVO RÉCORD MUNDIAL! ¡Este par de bebés y yo bajamos hoy a 86m de profundidad para alcanzar un Nuevo Récord Mundial! Este fin de semana participé en la competencia internacional Kaş Başka, una competencia preliminar al campeonato mundial que se realizará esta semana aquí mismo en Kaş. Aproveché el día de hoy para anunciar 86m con bialetas e intentar hacer un nuevo récord mundial, mas relajada y sin la presión del Campeonato Mundial. Dio resultado y lo logré, no voy a decir que fue fácil, es mi primera inmersión en competencia en todo el año y obviamente los nervios no se hicieron esperar, la luché hasta el final y estoy contentísima con el resultado. Ahora a descansar y a recargar energía para lo que se viene esta semana. Gracias a todos por apoyarme y acompañarme en este proceso que no siempre es fácil pero que al final vale la pena. Foto por @johnnydeep110 ❤️ @alchemy_hellas @bbva_colombia @oceanerfreediving @octopus_freediving #girlswhofreedive #girlsthatfreedive #freediving #freedive #freedivelife #blue #Mediterranean #med #ocean #oceanlovers

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🇮🇹 New CMAS Freediving World Record in Constant Weight with Monofin for Alessia Zecchini from Italy in Turkey

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This Saturday, September 29, in Kas, Turkey, the Italian freediver Alessia Zecchini has set a new world freediving record of the World Underwater Federation (CMAS) in the modality of constant weight with monofin, when descending -107 meters deep, in a time of 3 minutes 40 seconds.

The World Record was registered during the first day of the International Competition “KAS BASKA” which takes place on the weekend of September 29 and 30 and serves as a competition prior to the 3rd CMAS World Championship of Apnea Outdoor that will be held in the same locality and whose tests will begin as of Tuesday, October 2.

With this depth Zecchini surpassed the previous world record under the rules and rules CMAS, established by herself with -101 meters, made on September 2 of this year in the competition “6 ° DugonCup” held in Milazzo, Italy and that counted with the endorsement of the Italian Federation of Underwater Activities (FIPSAS) attached to the World Confederation.

In the same way, as the same freediver wrote in his official account Instagram @alessia.zecchini, for the first time in history the world record of the CMAS is equated with the world record of the International Association for the Development of Apnea (AIDA). ) in the constant weight with fins model (monofin), since last July 26, 2018, Zecchini managed to establish the same -107 meters mark in the International Competition Vertical Blue 2018 in the Bahamas.

Video of the immersion (from 2 hours: 03 minutes)

🇪🇸 Results – Molchanova Grand Prix 2018 – Freediving Competition in Ibiza, Spain

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From September 18 to 23, 2018 the international and invitational freediving competition “Molchanova Grand Prix” was held in Ibiza, Spain, in memory of the great Russian freediver Natalia Molchanova, with the modalities of Constant Weight with Fins and Constant weight without fins and where some of the most outstanding freedivers in the world was participate: William Trubridge, Goran Colak, Alessia Zecchini, Sayuri Kinoshita, Hanako Hirose, Araud Jerald and of course Alexey Molchanov, son of Natalia and organizer and main promoter of the event, who released the information through his account in Instagram @alexeymolchanov

The event was be of an invitational nature and distribute 62,000 euros in prizes.

LIVE VIDEO AND DAYLY COVERAGE FACEBOOK PAGE MOLCHANOVAGP

DAY 1  – FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21 – CONSTANT NO FINS (CNF)

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Final results in CNF

So, the first day ended and results appeared to be absolutely unpredictable and unfortunately with a big number of “colorful” cards.

However, women have started very confidently. Only one red card for Croatian athlete Mirela Kardasevic, she didn’t manage with the surface protocol. We have predicted correctly just the win of Italian athlete and the current world record holder in CNF Alessia Zecchini, her dive at 67 m was perfect and clean, just a masterpiece. Bravo, Alessia!

The second and the third are Japanese athlete Sayuri Kinoshita and Jessea Lu from China with their successful dives at 55 and 50 m.

But men’s performances and as a result, men’s pedestal is totally surprising. To begin with the fact that the current world record holder in CNF William Trubridge has turned early at 64 m (target depth was 89 m), got the yellow card and -26 points. ThenAlexey Molchanov, the nearest competitor of William, didn’t get his tag. However, the rest of Alexey’s dive at 87 m was successful. For the lost tag Alexey got the yellow card and -1 point, so, in total, he got 86 points and the first place. Alexey, right, you don’t need such a small stuff as a tag to be the first!  You are the winner as always! Congratulations!

And then the event has developed even more dramatically. Goran Colak even after his early turn from 81 m (the target depth was 83 m) got a red card because of a surface blackout. Croatian athlete Vitomir Maričić after his dive at 65 m got the red card and was disqualified because of pulling. Ukrainian athlete Andriy Khvetkevych Freediver firstly got -9 points for an early turn from 62 m (the target depth was 70 m) and then as Vitomir was disqualified because of pulling. Russian athlete Aleksandr Kostyshen after the dive at 60 m as Goran got a red card because of a surface blackout.

So, as the result, on the second place is Russian athlete Andrey Matveenko with beautiful and successful dive at 70 m. And on the third place is the athlete from Gibraltar Dean Chipolina with his non-ambitious but still very accurate and clean dive at 50 m. Sometimes it seems that diving without overestimating personal possibilities and without underestimating the power of sea may bring you much higher than anyone could expect. Well-done, Dean!

Congratulations to all athletes and winners! You have done it! It was a real pleasure to watch every your dive!

DAY 2 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22 – CONSTANT WEIGHT (CWT)

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Final results in CNF and total ranking

The second day of the competition was the same exiting and full of drama as the first one.

Among women, the Italian athlete Alessia Zecchini again was the first with the result 100 m. She did it perfectly! Such a pleasure to watch Alessia’s dives!

Sayuri Kinoshita from Japan managed with complicated diving conditions and became the second, reached depth is 86 m. The third was the athlete from China Jessea Lu. Jessea conservatively but still very accurately and cleanly dived at 70 m and even managed to bring a flower for our beautiful and fair judge Ekaterina Romanova.

Unsuccessful dives were for Mirela Kardasevic and Hanako Hirose, both women turned early from the depth 53 and 58 m while the announcements were 80 and 82 m.

Among men, the winner, as it was expected, is Alexey Molchanov. 120 m. in these tough conditions is unreachable depth for other athletes. Alexey is just the best!

The main contender for the silver medal in CWT William Trubridge didn’t compete today; probably he didn’t feel well enough. So, the next after Alexey is Croatian athlete Goran Colak. Although he turned 4 m earlier his target depth (Goran announced 111 m) and got the yellow card and -5 points, the overall score is 102 and it is enough to be the second.

And a real fight was for the third place. French athlete Arnaud Jeraldsuccessfully dived at 100 m but made mistakes in the surface protocol. That was a reason for the red card and disqualification.

Russian athlete Andrey Matveenko turned early from 92 m while the announcement was 100 m, so, Andrey got the yellow card and just 79 points for the dive. As a result, the third is Croatian athlete Vitomir Maričić who successfully dived at 81 m. Interesting is that he did it in bi-fins while all other athletes dived today in monofins.

And the total ranking of the competitions can be described with the proverb: slow and steady wins the race.

The winner among women is, of course, the current world record holder in both CNF and CWT Alessia Zecchini. But the second and third are Sayuri Kinoshita and Jessea Lu. Both athletes dived at the depth which is much less than their best personal results but they did it accurately and confidently.

The first men became the unbeatable Alexey Molchanov, the second is another Russian athlete Andrey Matveenko and the third is little-known Dean Chipolina from Gibraltar. In both disciplines, he got white cards for non-ambitious but very clean and accurate dives what let him pass by many top freedivers.

Congratulations to all the winners and participants! You all were just inspiring and each your performance truly worth the memory of the great Natalia Molchanova!

Tonight the first competitions in memory of Natalia Molchanova will be officially over; organizers have prepared the beautiful closing ceremony and good awards. Tomorrow we will tell you about the heroes who managed to organize this great freediving fest: our safeties, doctors, judges, managers who all together were one big and very dedicated Molchanovs team. Stay tuned and see you at the next competitions!

FINAL POSITIONS

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🇺🇸 Final Results – 2018 Hawaii Cup of Freediving

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The U.S. Freediving Federation organized succesfuly the 2018 Hawaii Cup of Freediving.
Kailua-Kona, Honaunau Bay, HI
August 24-27, 2018

This was the first outdoor freediving competition to was held in the United States under the USFF and was recognized by CMAS. All competitors could established US National freediving records as managed by the USFF. Until this event no US National records, so this was a historic moment to make the first records.

Disciplines for the competition was CWT (mono or bi fins), FIM and CNF. CMAS rules apply to the competition.

FINAL RESULTS

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WINNERS

FIRST NATIONAL RECORDS USFF / CMAS OF USA

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DAILY RESULTS

DAY 1 – SATURDAY AUGUST 25

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DAY 2 – SUNDAY AUGUST 26

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DAY 3 – MONDAY AUGUST 27

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🇭🇳 Honduras hopes to return to host the AIDA 2019 Freediving Depth World Championship

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Roatan Freediving School & Training Center, organizer of the Caribbean Cup Annual International Competition in Roatan, Honduras since 2013 and the Individual World Championship AIDA 2017 has presented his candidacy to host the Individual Freediving Depth World Championship of the International Association for the Development of Apnea in 2019.

The information was provided by Esteban Darhanpe, main organizer of the event, who explained that the voting process for the election of the host will be held until August 30 and that freedivers from each country can express to the representatives of their National AIDA ( who have the responsibility to vote for the final election) which is the option of their preference.

OFFICIAL PRESENTATION OF THE CANDIDATURE

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🇧🇸 Final Results – Vertical Blue 2018. Freediving International Competition In Bahamas

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Freediving International Competition In Bahamas.
July 16 – 26 2018
Dean´s Blue Hole. Long Island, Bahamas.
AIDA International Competition
Disciplines: Free Inmersion (FIM), Constant Weight (CWT), Constant No Fins (CNF)

Overall (Men)

Comparison
Alexey Molchanov Alexey Molchanov M RUS 298.92

William Trubridge William Trubridge M NZL 289.05

Homar Leuci Homar Leuci M ITA 256.00

Martin Zajac Martin Zajac M SVK 225.26

Gus Kreivenas Gus Kreivenas M LTU 213.11

Alex Davis Alex Davis M BRB 194.71

Andrew Khvetkevich Andrew Khvetkevich M UKR 186.19

Samo Jeranko Samo Jeranko M SVN 169.42

Michael Board Michael Board M GBR 166.98

Adam Sellars Adam Sellars M AUS 154.91

Simon Bennett Simon Bennett M CHI 153.15

Alejandro Lemus Alejandro Lemus M MEX 151.23

Alfredo Roën Alfredo Roën M ESP 143.75

Adam Stern Adam Stern M AUS 139.20

Tatsuma Kitahara Tatsuma Kitahara M JPN 123.87

Leo Muraoka Leo Muraoka M USA 118.65

Thibault Guignes Thibault Guignes M FRA 89.60

Dean Chaouche Dean Chaouche M GBR 88.17

Walid Boudhiaf Walid Boudhiaf M TUN 86.15

Vincenzo Ferri Vincenzo Ferri M ITA 84.62

Aolin Wang Aolin Wang M CHN 84.62

Stig Pryds Stig Pryds M DEN 80.77

Ricardo Paris Ricardo Paris M USA 80.74

Daniel Koval Daniel Koval M USA 78.46

Stephane Tourreau Stephane Tourreau M FRA 77.69

Denis Grosmaire Denis Grosmaire M FRA 74.40

Dingfeng Liu Dingfeng Liu M CHN 70.00

Tetsuo Hara Tetsuo Hara M JPN 69.23

Remy Dubern Remy Dubern M FRA 65.38

Overall (Men) Results

Overall (Women)

Comparison
Alessia Zecchini Alessia Zecchini F ITA 298.97

Sayuri Kinoshita Sayuri Kinoshita F JPN 286.61

Alenka Artnik Alenka Artnik F SVN 231.93

Anna Von Boetticher Anna Von Boetticher F DEU 204.43

Sun Young Kim Sun Young Kim F KOR 151.61

Neža Čeč Neža Čeč F SVN 126.63

Hanako Hirose Hanako Hirose F JPN 99.07

Lena Jovanovic Balta Lena Jovanovic Balta F SRB 97.95

Misuzu Okamoto Misuzu Okamoto F JPN 88.79

Tomoka Fukuda Tomoka Fukuda F JPN 84.11

Alice Modolo Alice Modolo F FRA 82.24

Kristin Kuba Kristin Kuba F USA 68.22

Claire Paris Claire Paris F USA 61.86

Junko Kitahama Junko Kitahama F JPN 56.70

Jessea Lu Jessea Lu F CHN 30.84

Overall (Women) Results

CNF (Men)

Comparison
William Trubridge William Trubridge M NZL CNF 93 100.00

Alexey Molchanov Alexey Molchanov M RUS CNF 92 98.92

Dean Chaouche Dean Chaouche M GBR CNF 82 88.17

Homar Leuci Homar Leuci M ITA CNF 77 82.80

Andrew Khvetkevich Andrew Khvetkevich M UKR CNF 71 76.34

Alfredo Roën Alfredo Roën M ESP CNF 60 64.52

Martin Zajac Martin Zajac M SVK CNF 60 64.52

Gus Kreivenas Gus Kreivenas M LTU CNF 56 60.22

Alex Davis Alex Davis M BRB CNF 55 59.14

Simon Bennett Simon Bennett M CHI CNF 46 49.46

Adam Sellars Adam Sellars M AUS CNF 45 48.39

Tatsuma Kitahara Tatsuma Kitahara M JPN CNF 40 43.01

Stephane Tourreau Stephane Tourreau M FRA CNF 0.00

Denis Grosmaire Denis Grosmaire M FRA CNF 0.00

Stig Pryds Stig Pryds M DEN CNF 0.00

Remy Dubern Remy Dubern M FRA CNF 77 0.00

Dingfeng Liu Dingfeng Liu M CHN CNF 0.00

Leo Muraoka Leo Muraoka M USA CNF 0.00

Vincenzo Ferri Vincenzo Ferri M ITA CNF 0.00

Ricardo Paris Ricardo Paris M USA CNF 0.00

Adam Stern Adam Stern M AUS CNF 0.00

Tetsuo Hara Tetsuo Hara M JPN CNF 0.00

Alejandro Lemus Alejandro Lemus M MEX CNF 0.00

Thibault Guignes Thibault Guignes M FRA CNF 0.00

Samo Jeranko Samo Jeranko M SVN CNF 78 0.00

Walid Boudhiaf Walid Boudhiaf M TUN CNF 0.00

Michael Board Michael Board M GBR CNF 0.00

Aolin Wang Aolin Wang M CHN CNF 0.00

Daniel Koval Daniel Koval M USA CNF 0.00

CNF (Men) Results

CNF (Women)

Comparison
Alessia Zecchini Alessia Zecchini F ITA CNF 73 100.00

Sayuri Kinoshita Sayuri Kinoshita F JPN CNF 68 93.15

Anna Von Boetticher Anna Von Boetticher F DEU CNF 46 63.01

Alenka Artnik Alenka Artnik F SVN CNF 45 61.64

Sun Young Kim Sun Young Kim F KOR CNF 41 56.16

Tomoka Fukuda Tomoka Fukuda F JPN CNF 0.00

Alice Modolo Alice Modolo F FRA CNF 0.00

Hanako Hirose Hanako Hirose F JPN CNF 0.00

Misuzu Okamoto Misuzu Okamoto F JPN CNF 0.00

Claire Paris Claire Paris F USA CNF 0.00

Neža Čeč Neža Čeč F SVN CNF 0.00

Junko Kitahama Junko Kitahama F JPN CNF 0.00

Jessea Lu Jessea Lu F CHN CNF 0.00

Lena Jovanovic Balta Lena Jovanovic Balta F SRB CNF 0.00

Kristin Kuba Kristin Kuba F USA CNF 0.00

CNF (Women) Results

CWT (Men)

Comparison
Alexey Molchanov Alexey Molchanov M RUS CWT 130 100.00

William Trubridge William Trubridge M NZL CWT 122 93.85

Homar Leuci Homar Leuci M ITA CWT 117 90.00

Walid Boudhiaf Walid Boudhiaf M TUN CWT 112 86.15

Michael Board Michael Board M GBR CWT 111 85.38

Aolin Wang Aolin Wang M CHN CWT 110 84.62

Samo Jeranko Samo Jeranko M SVN CWT 110 84.62

Vincenzo Ferri Vincenzo Ferri M ITA CWT 110 84.62

Martin Zajac Martin Zajac M SVK CWT 106 81.54

Stig Pryds Stig Pryds M DEN CWT 105 80.77

Alejandro Lemus Alejandro Lemus M MEX CWT 103 79.23

Alfredo Roën Alfredo Roën M ESP CWT 103 79.23

Daniel Koval Daniel Koval M USA CWT 102 78.46

Gus Kreivenas Gus Kreivenas M LTU CWT 101 77.69

Stephane Tourreau Stephane Tourreau M FRA CWT 101 77.69

Alex Davis Alex Davis M BRB CWT 92 70.77

Dingfeng Liu Dingfeng Liu M CHN CWT 91 70.00

Tetsuo Hara Tetsuo Hara M JPN CWT 90 69.23

Remy Dubern Remy Dubern M FRA CWT 85 65.38

Adam Stern Adam Stern M AUS CWT 91 60.00

Adam Sellars Adam Sellars M AUS CWT 74 56.92

Leo Muraoka Leo Muraoka M USA CWT 70 53.85

Andrew Khvetkevich Andrew Khvetkevich M UKR CWT 70 53.85

Simon Bennett Simon Bennett M CHI CWT 67 47.69

Ricardo Paris Ricardo Paris M USA CWT 54 41.54

Tatsuma Kitahara Tatsuma Kitahara M JPN CWT 50 38.46

Dean Chaouche Dean Chaouche M GBR CWT 0.00

Denis Grosmaire Denis Grosmaire M FRA CWT 0.00

Thibault Guignes Thibault Guignes M FRA CWT 0.00

CWT (Men) Results

CWT (Women)

Comparison
Alessia Zecchini Alessia Zecchini F ITA CWT 107 100.00

Hanako Hirose Hanako Hirose F JPN CWT 106 99.07

Alenka Artnik Alenka Artnik F SVN CWT 105 98.13

Sayuri Kinoshita Sayuri Kinoshita F JPN CWT 100 93.46

Misuzu Okamoto Misuzu Okamoto F JPN CWT 95 88.79

Tomoka Fukuda Tomoka Fukuda F JPN CWT 90 84.11

Alice Modolo Alice Modolo F FRA CWT 88 82.24

Kristin Kuba Kristin Kuba F USA CWT 73 68.22

Anna Von Boetticher Anna Von Boetticher F DEU CWT 77 68.22

Neža Čeč Neža Čeč F SVN CWT 66 61.68

Lena Jovanovic Balta Lena Jovanovic Balta F SRB CWT 70 59.81

Sun Young Kim Sun Young Kim F KOR CWT 58 54.21

Jessea Lu Jessea Lu F CHN CWT 33 30.84

Junko Kitahama Junko Kitahama F JPN CWT 0.00

Claire Paris Claire Paris F USA CWT 0.00

CWT (Women) Results

FIM (Men)

Comparison
Alexey Molchanov Alexey Molchanov M RUS FIM 125 100.00

William Trubridge William Trubridge M NZL FIM 119 95.20

Thibault Guignes Thibault Guignes M FRA FIM 112 89.60

Samo Jeranko Samo Jeranko M SVN FIM 106 84.80

Homar Leuci Homar Leuci M ITA FIM 104 83.20

Michael Board Michael Board M GBR FIM 102 81.60

Martin Zajac Martin Zajac M SVK FIM 99 79.20

Adam Stern Adam Stern M AUS FIM 99 79.20

Gus Kreivenas Gus Kreivenas M LTU FIM 94 75.20

Denis Grosmaire Denis Grosmaire M FRA FIM 93 74.40

Alejandro Lemus Alejandro Lemus M MEX FIM 95 72.00

Alex Davis Alex Davis M BRB FIM 81 64.80

Leo Muraoka Leo Muraoka M USA FIM 81 64.80

Simon Bennett Simon Bennett M CHI FIM 70 56.00

Andrew Khvetkevich Andrew Khvetkevich M UKR FIM 70 56.00

Adam Sellars Adam Sellars M AUS FIM 62 49.60

Tatsuma Kitahara Tatsuma Kitahara M JPN FIM 53 42.40

Ricardo Paris Ricardo Paris M USA FIM 54 39.20

Vincenzo Ferri Vincenzo Ferri M ITA FIM 0.00

Dingfeng Liu Dingfeng Liu M CHN FIM 0.00

Remy Dubern Remy Dubern M FRA FIM 0.00

Stig Pryds Stig Pryds M DEN FIM 0.00

Dean Chaouche Dean Chaouche M GBR FIM 0.00

Walid Boudhiaf Walid Boudhiaf M TUN FIM 105 0.00

Alfredo Roën Alfredo Roën M ESP FIM 0.00

Tetsuo Hara Tetsuo Hara M JPN FIM 0.00

Stephane Tourreau Stephane Tourreau M FRA FIM 0.00

Aolin Wang Aolin Wang M CHN FIM 0.00

Daniel Koval Daniel Koval M USA FIM 0.00

FIM (Men) Results

FIM (Women)

Comparison
Sayuri Kinoshita Sayuri Kinoshita F JPN FIM 97 100.00

Alessia Zecchini Alessia Zecchini F ITA FIM 96 98.97

Anna Von Boetticher Anna Von Boetticher F DEU FIM 71 73.20

Alenka Artnik Alenka Artnik F SVN FIM 70 72.16

Neža Čeč Neža Čeč F SVN FIM 63 64.95

Claire Paris Claire Paris F USA FIM 60 61.86

Junko Kitahama Junko Kitahama F JPN FIM 55 56.70

Sun Young Kim Sun Young Kim F KOR FIM 40 41.24

Lena Jovanovic Balta Lena Jovanovic Balta F SRB FIM 50 38.14

Jessea Lu Jessea Lu F CHN FIM 0.00

Misuzu Okamoto Misuzu Okamoto F JPN FIM 0.00

Hanako Hirose Hanako Hirose F JPN FIM 0.00

Alice Modolo Alice Modolo F FRA FIM 0.00

Tomoka Fukuda Tomoka Fukuda F JPN FIM 0.00

Kristin Kuba Kristin Kuba F USA FIM 0.00

FIM (Women) Results

New World Record Apnea Free Inmersion for the Italian Alessia Zecchini in The Vertical Blue 2018

New World Record Apnea Constant Weight AIDA for the Russian Alexey Molchanov in the Vertical Blue 2018

🇸🇮 World Record in Constant Weight AIDA for the Slovenian Alenka Artnik in the Vertical Blue 2018

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This Saturday, July 21, 2018 the Slovenian freediver Alenka Artink equaled the world record of apnea in the constant weight, when descending with her monofin up to -105 meters deep on the 5th day of the International Competition of Vertical Apnea Blue 2018 which takes place at the Dean’s Blue Hole on Long Island in the Bahamas.

Alenka, who took 3 minutes and 16 seconds of total immersion time equaled the -105 meters mark of the Italian Alessia Zecchini made on May 5, during the Nirvana Oceanquest 2018 International Apnea Competition.

Fotos: http://www.alexstjean.com

Vertical Blue 2018. Competición Internacional De Apnea En Bahamas

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