Kiwi freediver Philip Clayton took first place in this year’s New Zealand Depth Nationals, with a pair of strong 55-meter/180.5-foot Constant Weight and Free Immersion dives helping propel him to the top of the leader board.
Clayton also dove to 48 meters/157 feet in the Constant Weight Without Fins discipline.
Second place saw Dallas Jack Hamilton do a 40-meter/131-foot FIM dive, a 31-meter/102-foot CNF dive and a 29-meter/95-foot CWT dive.
Ash King came in third with a 33-meter/108-foot CWT dive, a 30-meter/98-foot CNF dive and a 25-meter/82-foot FIM dive.
On the female side, Tania Rounthwaite won it by default by being the only woman to actually dive. She recorded a 41-meter/135-foot FIM dive and 25-meter/82-foot CWT dive.
Check out the full scores below, and for more information go to the Freedive New Zealand Facebook page.
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