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Brighton freediving

Discussion in 'Beginner Freediving' started by daveking, Jun 23, 2011.

  1. daveking

    daveking New Member

    Brighton Freediving Club coming soon.
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  2. Siku

    Siku Active Member

    Hi Dave

    I was just about to post the same thing! Are we talking about the same club or are we simultaneously starting two different freediving clubs in Brighton?

    Looks like I have pool time one evening a week at the Prince Regent pool. What are you planning?

    Tom
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  3. Matrat2000

    Matrat2000 New Member

    wow you talking about brighton uk??? where do you dive down there??
  4. Siku

    Siku Active Member

    Good news -we finally have a freediving club in Brighton! Well, we have a little pool time to train..

    If anyone is interested, PM me.

    (And yes that's Brighton, UK) :)
  5. gthorny

    gthorny New Member

    Hi Dave,

    Would like to know where to train for free diving in brighton

    many thanks

    garth

    gtplumbingandheating@live.co.uk
  6. Simos

    Simos Supporter Supporter

  7. Siku

    Siku Active Member

    Thanks Simos

    Garth I have emailled you.

    We train at the Prince Regent pool 8-10 on Thursdays. All welcome PM me for more info.

    Tom

    :)
  8. sam18

    sam18 Member

    Just sent pm.

    What type of training do you guys do? I just completed SSI level 1 in Thailand, spent most of the time doing free immersion on the rope and constant weight

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