Our favorite South African freediver and founder of the "I Am Water Ocean Conservation Trust" offers a personal anecdote of why freediving athletes should remember to listen to their bodies - even when the message is in conflict with a personal goal. (Hanli's headshot courtesy of Charlie Dailey)
On December 13th, 2010 William Trubridge became the first human to successfully complete a constant no fins dive to 100 meters -- an astounding depth of one hectometer unassisted. Trubridge's world record 100m CNF dive is also his 13th world record. Read on as the champion freediver regales us with his own personal briefing of events leading up to Project Hector.
DeeperBlue.net Reporter Tony Marcuccino is on location in Grand Cayman. Today Martin Stepanek returns to assist his team with three new record attempts
Adrenalin Snorkel and Dive has announced that it has started running trips to the Museum of Underwater Art off Australia's Great Barrier Reef.
A new Facebook page dedicated to youth divers around the world has launched.
Ocean advocate Fabien Cousteau wants to take his grandfather Jacques-Ives' idea of an underwater habitat to a whole new level.