Freediving World Record Attempt Announced By Australian Amber Bourke

Amber Bourke from Australia. Photo by Kalindi Wijsmuller
Amber Bourke from Australia. Photo by Kalindi Wijsmuller

Australian Freediver Amber Bourke has announced via a Facebook post that she is aiming to make a Freediving World Record by diving 73m in the Constant Weight No Fins (CNF) discipline on Monday 26th March 2018.  Bourke will be making the attempt at Freedive Panglao in the Philippines.

The current CNF World Record is 72m and held by Sayuri Kinoshita of Japan who set it during the 2016 Vertical Blue Freediving Competition in the Bahamas Blue Hole.

You can see Bourke’s announcement below or on her Facebook post.

Featured Image by Kalindi Wijsmuller