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NY freedivers

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May 19, 2004

i am recently new to new york (from ireland) and was hoping to find out if there are any freediving clubs or training sessions in NYC or nearby. Or if anyone is interested and wants to try a bit of freedive pool training (poss. once a week) get in touch.


Keith Wallace

First off - welcome to New York ! I'm in Brooklyn and I train in the Brooklyn College pool (until they knock down the building in the summer) I've recently hooked up with a freediving group on Yahoo



They dive at various places not too far from NYC. I dove with a bunch of the guys on Sunday in a quarry in Pennsylvania - about an hour and fifteen minutes from the city. I had a great time. They're a good group. Check it out.

Where do you train in NY ?

Training NY


I haven't started to train here yet . I would be keen to pool train once or twice a week preferably in the city but don't mind travelling a bit.

Mondays/Tuesdays are good for me

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