The World’s Freediving Podcast

 

Welcome to The Freedive Café, a pure freediving podcast.

At The Freedive Café Donny sits down with freedivers great and small. He goes really deep with some of the deepest humans on Earth and discovers the personal stories, the inspirations, the techniques and training, the routines and passions of freedivers from all walks of life, from competitive athletes, instructors and trainers, underwater photographers, ocean conservationists and many more.

#11 – Nanja van den Broek – The Mind as Master

Nanja van den Broek has been freediving since 2001. She currently has 40 Dutch records and 1 world record, in VWT, diving to 130m. In daily life she is a freedive instructor, business trainer and coach. She uses the water and freediving as tools to make people aware...

#10 – Stefan Randig – Freedive Panglao

Stefan Randig was born in Germany, but spent a lot of his childhood living on the islands of the Seychelles. In 2006 he moved to Dahab, Egypt to teach Scuba Diving. He eventually became an AIDA insructor at Freedive Dahab, and Since 2012 he's been living in the...

#9 – Adam Stern – Freediving’s Robin Hood

Adam Stern is an Australian freediver based in...well everywhere. Adam competes and teaches freediving all over the world. He first started competing in 2011 and since then he has broken 5 Australian records and won a bronze medal in Vertical Blue (2015) and a bronze...

#8 – Jean-Pol Francois – Asia’s Freediving Godfather

JP is like the godfather of freediving in Asia. He comes from Belgium and his school Freediving Planet is one of the top schools in South East Asia. He has been freediving for more than 25 years, participating in many international freediving competitions and World...

#7 – Sara Campbell – From the City to the Sea

Sara Campbell is a bit of a legend in the freediving community. She is a Kundalini Yoga teacher, and four times World Record-holding freediver. She is the founder of Discover Your Depths, a unique teaching and personal growth philosophy based on yoga, meditation,...

#6 – Alejandro Lemus – Mexico’s Master

Alejandro Lemus is the Mexican freediving national champion in all the disciplines in the pool and in depth. Born in Mexico city, he was given the books of Jacques Cousteau by his father as a child and his fascination with the underwater world continues to this day....

#5 – Stéphane Tourreau – Perfecting the Present Moment

Stéphane Tourreau started diving at the age of ten around the waters of Corsica. Over the course of 20 years he has risen to the top of his game as a professional freediving athlete. He has been a member of the French national team since he was 24 and continues to...

#4 – Stig Pryds – Transformation in the Deep

Stig Pryds is a trained chimney sweep who went into early retirement in 2010 due to a terrible condition known as psoriatic arthritis. He started freediving in 2013 and eventually became an AIDA instructor. He has achieved 8 national records for Denmark, got a bronze...

#3 – Per Jennische – Freediving Fundamentals

Per Jennische has been a full-time SSI Freediving Instructor since 2015 and became an Instructor Trainer in 2017 after training and certifying more than 300 students. Per was born and raised in Sweden but spent the last eight years in Asia where he also underwent his...

#2 – Daan Verhoeven – Capturing the Deep

Daan Verhoeven is best know for his amazing photography of freedivers. He hails from the Netherlands and now lives in Cornwall, UK. He started freediving in 2005. Between 2006 and 2011 he set national records in 5 of the 6 freediving disciplines. He is a freediving...

#1 – Tim Oehmigen

Tim Oehmigen began freediving in 2012 and has been competing since 2014. After his studies he decided to spend some time on freediving training to see where it could take him. Freediving and especially freediving competition is his passion. For Tim, the feeling during...

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