Sunday, October 25, 2020

Two New World Records During First Day Of CMAS Apnea Outdoor World Championships

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The first day of the CMAS Apnea Outdoor World Championships saw two new world records in the Constant Weight With Fins (CWT) discipline.

Croatian Goran Colak set the first record with a 110m dive in 3min 21sec that beat the previous CMAS Men’s World Record of 94m set by Davide Carrera.  Italian Alessia Zecchini wasn’t to be outdone and set a Women’s World Record with a 93m dive in 3min 50sec.

The World Record dives also mean the Colak and Zecchini take gold in the CWT discipline.

Two other records were set as well: Venezuelan Jose Plaza reached 67m for a new Men’s Pan-American CWT Record, while another athlete from Venezuela, Karla Mendez, dived 56m to also obtain the new Women’s Pan-American CWT record.

Full Results Below:

Womens Results - CMAS Outdoor Apnea WC 6th October
Womens Results – CMAS Outdoor Apnea WC 6th October

Mens Results - CMAS Outdoor Apnea WC 6th October
Mens Results – CMAS Outdoor Apnea WC 6th October

Alessia Zecchini Chiara Obino Sahika Ercumen CMAS Outdoor Apnea WC
Alessia Zecchini Chiara Obino Sahika Ercumen CMAS Outdoor Apnea WC

Alessia Zecchini CMAS Outdoor Apnea WC
Alessia Zecchini CMAS Outdoor Apnea WC

Alessia Zecchini CMAS Outdoor Apnea WC
Alessia Zecchini CMAS Outdoor Apnea WC

Stephan Whelan
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Stephan is the Founder of DeeperBlue.com. His passion for the underwater world started at 8 years-old with a try-dive in a hotel pool on holiday that soon formulated into a lifelong love affair with the oceans. In 1996 he set up DeeperBlue.com and helped grow the site to be one of the largest diving websites around today.

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