Vanja Peleš, Mirela Kardasevic Break CMAS Pool Freediving World Records With 215m, 200m Swims

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Croatian freedivers Vanja Peleš and Mirela Kardasevic every assert unique World Records this previous weekend all by their nation’s National Pool Freediving Opponents in Zagreb.

Competing in the Dynamic No Fins self-discipline below CMAS principles, Peleš assert a brand unique males’s World File with a 215-meter (705-foot) swim, whereas Kardasevic assert a brand unique ladies folks’s World File with a 200-meter 656-foot swim.

As Kardasevic wrote on her Fb page:

“It became as soon as a fight and extremely annoying to get to this competitors consequently of your complete trouble on this planet however our organisers DPS, Submania and Croatian Freediving Federation tried really laborious for this competitors to occur since we hadn’t competed in a really, very, very prolonged time.

“I win to admit that I became as soon as very apprehensive and it became as soon as laborious to quit light, it became as soon as for determined the toughest dive I ever did, however for the origin of the season, unsuitable coaching and all by Covid19 cases, I am more than jubilant with this end result. I win learned from my errors, which I won’t repeat again, and I win felt the feeling of the competitors again, which is the largest thing.

“Now, we live up for the recount validation and we return to unsuitable coaching.”

Vanja Peleš, Mirela Kardasevic Break CMAS Pool Freediving World Records With 215m, 200m Swims 3

John Lianghttps://www.deeperblue.com/

John Liang is the News Editor at DeeperBlue.com. He first bought the diving malicious program whereas in Excessive College in Cairo, Egypt, the set aside he earned his PADI Open Water Diver certification in the Crimson Sea off the Sinai Peninsula. Since then, John has dived in a volcanic lake in Guatemala, amongst white-tipped sharks off the Pacific Hover of Costa Rica, and numerous locations collectively with a pool in Las Vegas serving to to damage the area recount for the largest underwater press conference.