The 2015 AIDA Individual Depth Championships (#aidaworldchampionship) has come to an end and whilst details and results from the organizers has been hard to come by we have managed to start piecing together the final results.
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The Constant Weight With Fins (CWT) competition saw Alexey Molchanov (Russia) and Misuzu Okamoto (Japan) take Gold for the men and women respectively. Silver saw Sayuri Kinoshita (Japan) for the ladies and joint Silver for the men with Goran Colak (Croatia) and Samo Jeranko (Slovenia). Bronze saw Natalia Zharkova (Ukraine) and Giorgos Panakookas (Greece) secure their medals
We also saw 6 new Freediving National Records set during the competition days:
- Goran Colak (Croatia) set a Constant Weight (CWT) record of 108m
- Alexander Bubenchikov (Ukraine) set a Constant Weight (CWT) record of 95m
- Alon Rivkind (Israel) set a Constant Weight (CWT) record of 87m
- Natalia Zharkova (Ukraine) set a Constant Weight (CWT) record of 88m
- Kate Middleton (New Zealand) set a Constant Weight (CWT) record of 72m
- Estrella Navarro (Mexico) set a Constant Weight (CWT) record of 70m
Final results are below:
Keep your eyes peeled to DeeperBlue.com for more information around the results from the World Championships.
See photos from the day below. Photos are courtesy of fabulous underwater photographer Daan Verhoeven – athletes who are interested in purchasing copies of their photos should head to his website or contact him via Facebook.
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