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Umberto Pelizzari & Pipin Ferreras To Meet After 25 Years

Freediving legends and rivals Umberto Pelizzari and Pipin Ferreras have not seen each other since 1992 when Pelizzari claimed a 70m Constant Weight (CWT)...

Win a Signed Copy of Award Winning IMAX Film Oceanmen

DeeperBlue.com has teamed up with Director Bob Talbot and Talbot Films to offer a lucky readers the chance to win a Limited Edition signed...

Pipin Ferreras Responds to ESPN Film and Announces New Dives

Pipin Ferreras, the husband of the late Audrey Mestre, had initially refused to be involved with the recent ESPN documentary covering the death in...

[VIDEO] OceanMen: Extreme Dive

OceanMen: Extreme Dive

Is Pipin Ferreras Going for a new No Limits Freedive Record?

Following on from rumours that actor Jason Statham is going to play Pipin Ferreras in the movie version of "The Dive", a picture has...

Jason Statham rumoured to play Pipin in “The Dive”

UK actor Jason Statham, known for his roles in films such as The Expendables, The Transporter, Snatch and Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels,...

James Bond Director to direct Freediving tribute film “The Dive”

20th Century Fox have announced that Martin Campbell (James Bond Casino Royale / Green Lantern) has replaced James Cameron as the director of "The...

The Last Attempt

Longtime DeeperBlue.net Community Member Chris Engelbrecht steps forward with his verdict on Carlos Serra's tell-all book: a masterpiece.

And Now, For My Next Magical Trick

Freediving Editor Paul Kotik surveys the diving world in era of A.B. - After Blaine.

Pipin Reloaded

Freediving Editor Paul Kotik reviews Pipin's book.

Exclusive: Ocean Man Bob Talbot

Paul Kotik (The Old Man) and Bob Talbot (The Sea) ruminated on the carpet.

IAFD/McCoy Report on Audrey Mestre’s Death

Updated with Kim McCoys report, here is the IAFD official report into the death of Audrey Mestre in the Dominican Republic on October 12, 2002

Pipin's People

Paul recently had the opportunity to attend a private screening of the IMAX film OceanMen. In this article Paul reflects on what he calls "Pipin's People"
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