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Wind & Waves Foil Annelie Pompe’s World Record Attempt

Yesterday Swedish adventurer Annelie Pompe was set to attempt a Variable Weight deep dive to -130 meters off the coast of Egypt but the...

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...

Molchanov Wins the Coin Toss and Keeps His World Record

Russian freediver Alexey Molchanov has done it again. On the last occurring Saturday in November, Alexey improved upon his own World Record in Constant...

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...

Freediving World Records fall once again to Russian Dynamos

Freediving World Records fall once again to Russian Dynamos

Natalia Molchanova Re-Claims Constant (unassisted) World Record

Russian Freediver Natalia Molchanova, has reclaimed her Constant Weight No Fins (CNF) World Record with a dive to 66 meters on 8th May 2012...

Ashley Futral Chapman is Officially the Deepest (unassisted) Woman in the...

May 4, 2012 Ashley Futral Chapman breaks the Constant Weight No Fins World Record with a dive to 63 meters (207) at Performance Freediving's...

New Zealand Freediver to attempt Static Freediving World Record

New Zealander Kathryn Nevatt (nee McPhee), who previously held the Freediving World Record in Dynamic No Fins (DNF) in 2008, has announced that she...

Listening to your Body, Greek World Championships 2011

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)

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.

Stephane Mifsud New Static World Record

Stephane Mifsud did a clean 11min 35sec Static World Record

Sink Faze: Countdown


Sink Faze: Judgement is Upon Us

Freediving Editor Paul Kotik's on-location coverage of the Performance Freediving 2006 World Record event continues.
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