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Diving for your country

The closest thing we have to competitive diving is our free-diving team. So what's it like to dive for Britain Ladies' captain Anne-Marie Kitchen-Wheeler kept a diary of the team's two-week stay in Ibiza for the recent World Free-diving Championships. Its a tale of mermaids, sambas, tequila slammers and questionable practices in wetsuits...
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Freediver shifts goalposts with mammoth dive

Patrick Musimu, from Belgium, has become by far the deepest freediver in the world by plunging to a staggering 209.6m in the sport's No Limits category, descending on a weighted sled and shooting back to the surface behind a lift-bag.
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Chance to become a female freediver

A Bristol-based trainer is looking for a female freediver who has the potential to become an effective competitor in the sport. Training and a chance to progress to British team trials are being offered.
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New freediving record claim brings confusion

Austrian freediver Herbert Nitsch has claimed a new world depth record of 172m in freedivings deepest discipline, No Limits - yet the dive was 37.6m short of that achieved by another freediver three months ago. Confused?
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Freedive! by Terry Maas and David SipperlyDive Free by Ian Rodger

Freedive! by Terry Maas and David SipperlyDive Free by Ian Rodger
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The Freediver by Alki David

The Freediver by Alki David
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