Day Two At The Caribbean Cup Sees 5 Further Freediving National Records Fall

Carlos Correa - 72m Free Immersion (FIM)

Day Two of the 2015 Caribbean Freediving Cup has upped the ante from Day One with no less than 5 National Records falling – again 2 falling within the first 4 dives of the day.  Conditions and athletes seemed to be having a perfect day in Roatan.

The following National Records fell on Day Two:

  • Daniel Arias scored a second National Record with a 75m Free Immersion (FIM) dive for Chile
  • Kurt Chambers hit 91m Free Immersion (FIM) for a USA National Record
  • Colombian Carlos Correa achieved a 72m Free Immersion (FIM) National Record
  • Alejandro Lemus from Mexico gained a new National Record with a 61m Constant No Fins (CNF) dive
  • Edgardo Andrade achieved a 55m Constant Weight (CWT) National Record for Honduras

Full Results Below:

Caribbean Cup 2015 - Day 2 Results

Onsite photographer Lia Barrett has been capturing the action today:

Carlos Correa - 72m Free Immersion (FIM)
Carlos Correa – 72m Free Immersion (FIM)
Alejandro Lemus - 61m Constant Weight No Fins (CNF)
Alejandro Lemus – 61m Constant Weight No Fins (CNF)
Edgardo Andrade - 55m Constant Weight (CWT)
Edgardo Andrade – 55m Constant Weight (CWT)
Daniel Arias - 75m Free Immersion (FIM)
Daniel Arias – 75m Free Immersion (FIM)
Kurt Chambers - 91m Free Immersion (FIM)
Kurt Chambers – 91m Free Immersion (FIM)

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