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Reports from Turkey (World record attempt)

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akivioja

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Hi,

Yasemin Dalkilic (F.R.E.E) is trying a new women's record (for F.R.E.E) for Constant Weight without fins (also AIDA discipline after 1.1.2003). Topi Lintukangas, Freediving Team of Finland, is going to make some daily reports for SuuntoSports.com (Topi´s freediving friends area) regarding this event.

Also Topi is going to dive some deep Constant Weight dives without fins during his trip (Topi has recently dived deeper than 40m constant weight without fins with 5mm suit and normal mask in 4 Celsius degree water here in Finland!).

-Antti-
Freediving Team of Finland
www.freedivingfinland.net (also in english now!)
 
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