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Freediving Physiology

Thread Status: Hello , There was no answer in this thread for more than 60 days.
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DSV

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Hah! Got someone to read this!:D

Does anyone know of any agency that caters to paraplegics or are there any records for them?

Does CMAS, AIDA, FREE or IAFD have any regulations about handicapped divers?


Thanks

DSV
 

crazyfrenchmen

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Good instructor

Hi,
my good friend and instructor Richard Nantais (www.planeteocean.com) once has teach a class of people in weel chair. They were all good swimmer butterfly style. He could give you more info.
 

DSV

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Hey Frenchman thanks for the info I'll check him out.

DSV
 

DSV

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Hey Frenchman,

I tried the link you posted for me but was unable to connect to the site. Maybe an email address or another way to access the site?

Thanks

DSV
 
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