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New World Record in Venezuela (Training Sessions)

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Maguelito

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Carlos Coste equals and breaks the world records in trainings

The Venezuelan´s Freediver Carlos Coste, has achieved the world récords in two of the modalities more difficult of the descent in apnea of depth in sessions of training, previous to the intent of world record.
On Sunday 29 of September, Carlos was able to descend -93 meters in Constant Weight, overcoming the current record of -87 mts of the French Guillame Neury. While last Thursday 26, it was able to descend the -92 meters in free immersion, equaling the current record possesses by the Austrian Herbert Nitsch . During next weekend, of the 3 at October 6, Carlos will try to repeat or to overcome these marks, when they are present in Venezuela, the international judges AIDA to make the validation and recognition of the same ones in the denominated event: Challenge in the Deep.

Nestor for the world record in dynamic apnea

Nestor Aparcedo who is one of the best freedivers located in the world ranking in that modality of the Apnea, possesses the Pan-American record of the specialty with 150 meters, settled down in Margarita island in 1999 and now, after 3 years more than preparation will try to break the current world record of 182 meters, tax in February of this year for the Austrian freediver Herbert Nitsch.

Coste who will try to beat the récords in apnea of depth in free immersion and constant weight, will make it in Puerto Cruz's bay, while Aparcedo who looks for to overcome the mark in dynamic apnea, will attempt its record en the olympic pool of the club Oricao.

PROGRAM:
- Thursday 10/3/02 - Puerto Cruz. Constant Ballast Record
- Friday 10/4/02 - Oricao. Dinamyc Apnea Record
- Saturday 10/5/02 - Oricao. Dinamyc Apnea Record
- Sunday 10/6/02 - Puerto Cruz. Free Inmersion Record.

More info about this event in http://www.sportalsub.net
 

efattah

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Comparing Apples to Oranges

If we are going to start announcing 'records' in training, then these 'records' should be compared to the TRAINING results of other divers. In that sense, Coste has not surpassed the 105m CW of Sebastien Murat (training) or the 97m FI of Nitsch (training).

When Coste's official results are in, then we can compare them to the 87m & 92m records.

Similarly, Nestor should compare his training results in dynamic to the 200m of Stepanek & Murat.


Eric Fattah
BC, Canada
 

jero

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Murat did 105?!
Where? When?
BTW, I agree with Eric. It is good to know the progress of the Venezuelan freedivers in training sessions but we can't talk about surpassing the world records in training sessions! The conditions are uncomparable...
Never the less, it is good to be informed about what's on in the world of Apnea...
 

ivan

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hi Eric

Please tell us about Seb Murats 105, id love to hear about it as he is australian. To me I believe that whatever someone has done in training and done it clean is a record. If Seb Murat did 105min training clean then to me that is the Wr, same as martin and the 200m dynamic. Of course these arn't judged by aida or whatever. But if the athlete has achieved it then he is the best.

cheers
 

Maguelito

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Unofficial Records

Hi Eric and Freedivers friends.

Any moment i put in the previous note that this marks are offcial records. Mi intention was that all people can be informed about the development of Carlos on your world record aptempt.

Two Official AIDA Judges will be in Venezuela the next day 3-6 October to make oficcial the marks of Carlos, please follow this world records attempts in www.sportalsub.net

Greetings.
Miguel A. Cedeño O.
[email protected]
www.sportalsub.net
 

efattah

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Not 'records'

Miguel,

It is nice to hear about what's happening with the trainings, but these are not 'unofficial records', the unofficial records are much deeper! Maybe they are Venezuelan records, but don't call them unofficial world records.


Eric Fattah
BC, Canada
 
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