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Suunto Vertical Blue 2013 Kicks Off This Weekend

This Saturday the highlight of the international freediving circuit will begin  — the 2013  Suunto Vertical Blue. 36 athletes from 16 countries have already...

LA Apnea Challenge – Weiss & Jovanovic take Gold

This weekend saw the third annual LA Apnea Challenge take place in Los Angeles at the Culver City Municipal Plunge pool. A grand total of 18...

AIDA open entries for 2012 Freediving People’s Choice Awards

AIDA International has opened public nominations for the 2012 People's Choice Awards.  Previous winners have included Natalia Molchanova and William Trubridge.  The awards are...

Suunto DX – the World’s first watch-sized Rebreather compatible dive computer

Suunto announced this week at the recent Paris Dive Show a new dive computer - the Suunto DX; the World's first watch-sized REBREATHER compatible...

William Trubridge Gets a New Look

It's a new year and William Trubridge is starting it off with a fresh new look -- that is digitally speaking. In collaboration with...

Ashley Futral Chapman Smashes World Record at Suunto Vertical Blue

Yesterday Ashley Futral Chapman achieved the seemingly impossible by diving to 67 meters (223 feet) with just a single breath of air in her...

On the Eve of the Comp: Suunto Vertical Blue 2012

The lanyards have been tested, the athletes have trained, and the colorful flags of many nations have been hung with care over the world's...

Suunto Vertical Blue 2012 announced for November

The 2012 Suunto Vertical Blue competition has been announced for November 20-30 at Deans Blue Hole in the Bahamas and for the first time...

The Votes Are In! People’s Choice Best Freedivers

The votes are in from AIDA nationals around the globe for the Suunto sponsored “Best AIDA” freedivers. Nearly 2000 eligible AIDA freedivers from New...

People’s Choice – Cast Your Vote for the Best AIDA Freedivers

The nominations are in and AIDA have announced the finalists in the 2011 Suunto sponsored "Best AIDA" Freedivers.

Vote for the “Best” in AIDA Freediving

AIDA International has announced a call for nominations for the 2011 “Best” AIDA freedivers in the following categories:Best Male Freediver Best Female Freediver Best Male Newcomer Best...

The Day of the Hectometer

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.

DEMA 2006 Special: Day 1 – 8th October 2006

The DeeperBlue.net DEMA 2006 Team report from the show floor after Day 1
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