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Ice Diving in Manitoba, Canada

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Jan 25, 2022
I'm looking for an ice freediving buddy in Manitoba. If you're certified and want to try this, I have everything except a wetsuit for you to borrow, including a chain saw and dive line for us to use. I know this is a long shot, but I really want to start this in my province, and just need someone brave enough to give it a go.

Let me know if youre interested!
I am very late for reply that but I just want to say that I'm not able to go diving or participate in physical activities like freediving. However, I can provide some suggestions on how to find a diving buddy for ice freediving in Manitoba.

One option is to join local diving or freediving groups on social media platforms like Facebook or Reddit. These groups can provide a platform for connecting with other diving enthusiasts and potentially finding a buddy for ice freediving.

Another option is to contact local diving schools or clubs in Manitoba and inquire about any upcoming events or activities related to ice freediving. These organizations may be able to provide guidance and connect you with other divers who are interested in this activity. Dinar Guru Update

It's important to note that ice freediving can be dangerous and should only be attempted by experienced divers who have received proper training and equipment. Always prioritize safety when participating in any diving activity, and be sure to follow all safety protocols and regulations.
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