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[GALLERY] Constant Weight Training Day 2 from 2014 AIDA Team World Freediving Championships

Athletes at the 2014 AIDA Team World Freediving Championships have completed their second day of Constant Weight Training ahead of the depth part of the competition on Tuesday 23rd.  Weather conditions still look favourable and some big dives being announced by Russia and Croatia for the men and Russia, Italy and Japan for the ladies.

Check out the photos below from the second Constant Weight Training day.

CWT Training Day 2 - ATWC2014
CWT Training Day 2 – ATWC2014
Team Sweden - CWT Training Day 2 - ATWC2014
Team Sweden – CWT Training Day 2 – ATWC2014
Team Sweden - CWT Training Day 2 - ATWC2014
Team Sweden – CWT Training Day 2 – ATWC2014
Team Sweden - CWT Training Day 2 - ATWC2014
Team Sweden – CWT Training Day 2 – ATWC2014
Team Sweden - CWT Training Day 2 - ATWC2014
Team Sweden – CWT Training Day 2 – ATWC2014
Team Russia - CWT Training Day 2 - ATWC2014
Team Russia – CWT Training Day 2 – ATWC2014
Team Japan - CWT Training Day 2 - ATWC2014
Team Japan – CWT Training Day 2 – ATWC2014
Team Japan - CWT Training Day 2 - ATWC2014
Team Japan – CWT Training Day 2 – ATWC2014
Team Germany - CWT Training Day 2 - ATWC2014
Team Germany – CWT Training Day 2 – ATWC2014
Team Germany - CWT Training Day 2 - ATWC2014
Team Germany – CWT Training Day 2 – ATWC2014
Team Germany - CWT Training Day 2 - ATWC2014
Team Germany – CWT Training Day 2 – ATWC2014
Team Czech - CWT Training Day 2 - ATWC2014
Team Czech – CWT Training Day 2 – ATWC2014
Team Czech - CWT Training Day 2 - ATWC2014
Team Czech – CWT Training Day 2 – ATWC2014
Team Czech - CWT Training Day 2 - ATWC2014
Team Czech – CWT Training Day 2 – ATWC2014
Team Czech - CWT Training Day 2 - ATWC2014
Team Czech – CWT Training Day 2 – ATWC2014
Safety Divers - CWT Training Day 2 - ATWC2014
Safety Divers – CWT Training Day 2 – ATWC2014
CWT Training Day 2 - ATWC2014
CWT Training Day 2 – ATWC2014

Photos above Courtesy of Daan Verhoeven

Stephan Whelan
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Stephan is the Founder of DeeperBlue.com. His passion for the underwater world started at 8 years old with a try-dive in a hotel pool on holiday that soon formulated into a lifelong love affair with the oceans. In 1996 he set up DeeperBlue.com and has grown the site to be the most popular diving website and community in the world.

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