Six National Records Broken At Azul Freediving Challenge


The Azul Freediving Self-discipline organized by PranaMaya at a cenote in Quintana Roo, Mexico final month seen the surroundings of six unique national details from three assorted international locations.

The tournament changed into an AIDA Global competition for all ranges (from novices to advanced freedivers), and athletes competed in the Constant Weight with Bifins (CWTB), Constant Weight No Fins (CNF) and Free Immersion (FIM) disciplines.

Overall, Israel’s Ori Cohen led the men with 168 factors, followed by China’s Brian Tong (160) and France’s Pierre Thibaud (158).

Azul Freediving Challenge - Men's Top Three
Azul Freediving Self-discipline – Men’s High Three

The head three on the women folk’s facet changed into an all-Mexican affair, with Camila Jaber (180), Montserrat Peart (170) and Yadira Sistos (160) taking the end three spots.

Azul Freediving Challenge - Women's Top Three
Azul Freediving Self-discipline – Females’s High Three

Bolivia’s Ney Flores role men’s national CWTB and FIM details with 30m/98ft dives in each and every disciplines.

Argentina’s Candelaria Fabre role women folk’s national CWTB and FIM details with dives to 47m/1154ft and 56m/184ft, respectively.

Mexico’s Camila Jaber and Monsterrat Peart tied for a national women folk’s CWTB file of 65m/213ft, and Pedro Tapia role a men’s CNF national file with a 73m/239.5ft dive.

Study out the stout results underneath.

Azul Freediving Challenge Results
Azul Freediving Self-discipline Outcomes

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John Liang

John Liang is the News Editor at He first purchased the diving computer virus while in High College in Cairo, Egypt, where he earned his PADI Birth Water Diver certification in the Pink Sea off the Sinai Peninsula. Since then, John has dived in a volcanic lake in Guatemala, among white-tipped sharks off the Pacific Flit of Costa Rica, and assorted locations including a pool in Las Vegas helping to interrupt the sector file for the obliging underwater press convention.