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clogz

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I'm intrested to find links to any good quality freediving videos (.avi, .mpg) or hi-res freediving pictures. Do you know any, or have any from your dives?

Please don't post pics, just links :)
 

Uli

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Hi!

My favorite site for freediving videos is:
http://www.chez.com/defaut/apnee/realvideo.html
They have about 15 videos, mostly from TV documentaries. In addition to record attempts you will also find something on physiology.

I also like http://www.freediving.at
They have a video of a constant-weight-lake record.
Direct access to this video should be possible via:
http://212.236.10.3/tauchen56plus.wmv

The quality of the videos is not always good. So maybe you go and see "Oceanmen" afterwards... (No, they don't pay me...) :t

Cheers,
Uli
 
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