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Dynamic Bi-Fins Discipline Showcases Top Performers at CMAS 14th World Freediving Indoor Championship

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On July 7th, the highly anticipated DYN-BF (Dynamic with Bi-fins) discipline took center stage at the CMAS 14th World Freediving Indoor Championship, drawing the largest number of athletes.

This event, known for its popularity and competitive spirit, featured impressive performances across various categories.

Dynamic Bi-Fins Discipline Showcases Top Performers at CMAS 14th World Freediving Indoor Championship
Dynamic Bi-Fins Discipline Showcases Top Performers at CMAS 14th World Freediving Indoor Championship

Junior and Masters Categories Shine

The competition started with the junior category, followed by the seniors, and concluded with the Masters category. Let’s take a closer look at the standout performances in the junior and masters divisions:

Junior Females

  1. Charline Augustin-Lucile (FRA) – 180.00m
  2. Sabine Manz Romero (ECU) – 156.50m
  3. Valentina Paglione (ITA) – 148.00m

Junior Males

  1. Nida Murathan Bulut (TUR) – 176.50m
  2. Pierre Bouquet (FRA) – 150.00m
  3. Mohamnad Hossein Zarei (IRA) – 129.50m

Master Female

M1:

  1. Silvia Pozzi (ITA) – 200.00m
  2. Ludmilla Eimer (GER) – 168.50m
  3. Sandra Zuvela (CRO) – 150.00m

M2:

  1. Claire Paris (USA) – 158.50m (World Record)
  2. Ute Weinrich (GER) – 135.00m
  3. Marina Olivieri (ITA) – 118.50m

M3:

  1. Hannelore Becker (GER) – 99.50m
Dynamic Bi-Fins Discipline Showcases Top Performers at CMAS 14th World Freediving Indoor Championship
Dynamic Bi-Fins Discipline Showcases Top Performers at CMAS 14th World Freediving Indoor Championship

Master Male

M1:

  1. Grzegorz Mucha (POL) – 226.50m (World Record)
  2. Vladimir Amvrosov (CMAS 1) – 225.50m
  3. Emile Castelnuovo (ITA) – 206.50m

M2:

  1. Francesco Franceschinis (ITA) – 164.50m (World Record)
  2. Frederic Maire (AUS) – 158.00m
  3. Roberto Reggi (ITA) – 145.00m

M3:

  1. Christophe Dromard (FRA) – 108.00m
  2. Sergei Porollo (CMAS 1) – 86.50m
Dynamic Bi-Fins Discipline Showcases Top Performers at CMAS 14th World Freediving Indoor Championship
Dynamic Bi-Fins Discipline Showcases Top Performers at CMAS 14th World Freediving Indoor Championship

Senior Categories Deliver Thrilling Performances

Female Senior Category

In the female senior category, Magdalena Solich-Talanda from Poland emerged as the World Champion with a gold medal-winning performance of 262.50m. Mirela Kardasevic from Croatia secured the silver medal with a 260.00m dive. In comparison, Livia Bregonzio from Italy took home the bronze with a 248.50m performance, setting a World Record for the Masters M1 category.

Dynamic Bi-Fins Discipline Showcases Top Performers at CMAS 14th World Freediving Indoor Championship
Dynamic Bi-Fins Discipline Showcases Top Performers at CMAS 14th World Freediving Indoor ChampionshipN,

Male Senior Category

In the male senior category, Mateusz Malina from Poland became the New World Champion with a remarkable 285.50m dive. Mauro Generali from Italy earned the silver medal with a 275.50m performance, while Guillaume Bourdila of France secured the bronze with a 274.50m dive.

Dynamic Bi-Fins Discipline Showcases Top Performers at CMAS 14th World Freediving Indoor Championship
Dynamic Bi-Fins Discipline Showcases Top Performers at CMAS 14th World Freediving Indoor Championship

Watch The Highlights

You can watch the highlights from Day 2 below or on YouTube.

Celebrate the Achievements

Congratulations to all athletes for their outstanding performances! Their dedication and skill continue to push the boundaries of freediving.

For live event coverage, daily replays, and more freediving content, visit CMAS TV.

Stay updated with DeeperBlue.com for more insights and reports from the CMAS 4th World Freediving Indoor Championship.

Stephan Whelan
Stephan Whelanhttps://www.deeperblue.com
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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