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As the annual PFI freediving competition, Deja Blue wraps up and we are on to the third annual Caribbean Cup in Roatan, Honduras I can't help but feel gratitude for everyone that helps us along the way.  I don't just mean everyone that helps Ren...

In this article I will explain why any water person should consider freediving. I will first explain how I “became” a freediver. Freediving is the most natural way to be under the water.  It requires only a mask, fins, and a snorkel. I remember back when I...

[caption id="attachment_165" align="alignleft" width="300"] First gold medal of the Sochi Winter Olympics goes to US snowboarder Kotsenburg.[/caption] If freediving was an Olympic sport, the USA would be Nepal.  As Ren and I are sitting here watching the opening ceremonies for the Winter Olympic Games, it occurred...

In competitive freediving, athletes experience psychological pressure as well as physical pressure. Combined these two sources of pressure can easily combine to make for a bad day, and at the extreme, potentially your last.  Finding constructive methods for limiting the risks associated with these pressures...

This post was submitted sometime during the Freediving Individual World Championships in Kalamata, Greece.  Though the competition is over, Nick Mevoli's sentiments remain valid. [caption id="attachment_134" align="alignright" width="300"] Don't let this happen to you![/caption] Any one who knows me at all knows that I don’t quit. I...