#116 – Gary McGrath | Training Talk

#116 – Gary McGrath | Training Talk

#116 - Gary McGrath | Training Talk Gary McGrath is an English competitive freediver. His first appearance on the show was Episode #109 | BreakthoughThis is his Training Talk episode. The Training Talk Questions Are: What is your favourite freediving discipline and...
#115 – Claire Paris | Freediving for Science

#115 – Claire Paris | Freediving for Science

#115 - Claire Paris | Freediving for Science Claire Paris is a competitive freediver and professor in the Department of Ocean Sciences at the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science. Her research is dedicated to biological...
#114 – Tom Ardavany | Inside the Medical Team

#114 – Tom Ardavany | Inside the Medical Team

#114 - Tom Ardavany | Inside the Medical Team Tom Ardavany first contributed to the Vertical Blue medical team in 2012 and has been part of the team many times since then. He has also been present as a medic at many other top-level freediving competitions including...
#113 – Louisa Collyns | Inside The Safety Team

#113 – Louisa Collyns | Inside The Safety Team

#113 - Louisa Collyns | Inside the Safety Team Louisa Collyns hails from London but eventually found her way into the underwater world through scuba diving, and then, as so often happens, she met some freedivers and nothing was ever the same again. She has been...
#112 – Mirela Kardasevic | Hard Work Pays Off

#112 – Mirela Kardasevic | Hard Work Pays Off

#112 - Mirela Kardasevic | Hard Work Pays Off Mirela Kardasevic is and has been World Champion, Vice-World Champion, 6 times World Record Holder, twice bronze medalist at the European Championship, and multiple Croatian national champion and record holder and some of...
#111 – Nathan Vinski | Train Freediving

#111 – Nathan Vinski | Train Freediving

#111 - Nathan Vinski | Train Freediving Nathan Vinski is an up and coming Canadian competitive freediver and freediving coach.Nathan’s specialist skill is ‘being a struggling freediver’ and knowing how to apply a sports science-based approach to...

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