Press Releases with tag "National Record"
Nick Mevoli: First American to Self Propel 100 Meters on One Breath of Air
Roatan, Bay Islands, Honduras. Nick Mevoli of Brooklyn, NY set a new US Men’s Freediving National Record in the Constant Weight discipline, swimming with just one breath of air down to a depth of 100 meters (328 feet) with a monofin.
Ted Harty Breaks Longest Standing US Men’s National Freediving Record at World Championships.
US Freediving is pleased to announce that Ted Harty, Founder of Immersion Freediving, set a new US national record in the freediving discipline of Dynamic Apnea with a performance of 170 meters
US and Continental Freediving Record for Robert King.
Robert King, a USAA member, set a new national freediving record for swimming to depth with a fin while holding his breath to a depth of 87 meters (285 feet) on April 21, 2010.
New US Men’s Free Immersion National Record Set at Freediving Competition in the Bahamas.
Robert King, a USAA member, set a new National record in the freediving discipline of free immersion to a depth of 86 meters / 282 feet on April 19, 2010, at Dean’s Blue Hole on Long Island in the Bahamas.
US and Continental Record in Freediving for Robert King.
Robert King set a new national record for swimming to depth with a fin while holding his breath to a depth of 84 meters (275 feet) on December 1, 2009 at Dean’s Blue Hole on Long Island in the Bahamas during freediving world championships.