I have been pursuing CNF (freediving without fins) in 2017 after falling in love with the feeling of freedom and natural movement it provides. It is arguably the purest & most athletic of the competitive freediving disciplines. The unaided ascent is a greater challenge as you swim against negative buoyancy.
- 30m - 40m CNF dive in competition at the individual world depth championships.
- Dedicate myself to the next levels of training & professional development.
- Achieve an AIDA International top 100 ranking in no fins depth diving.
AIDA world team freedive Championships
I was chosen in September 2016 to represent Britain as a reserve member of the British team. I was in the pre-competition as an individual, alongside the seven other athletes. Although I did not compete in the world championships on this occasion, I was there to support the team and I trained alongside them and achieved a personal best of 32m in free immersion.
My First Official competition Result
I began freediving in January 2016 and later in that year, received an invite to Greece. This gave me the chance to acquire my first official dive and a personal best. The dive comprised a free immersion to 32m, which is where you pull yourself down a line to a predetermined depth, retrieve a white card and return to the surface. The whole dive takes about 90 seconds.
Individual world depth championships (22 Aug - 3 Sep)
This tournament is the individual world depth championships. This means, as a British freediver, I will be diving competitively and equally alongside all other athletes.
The British Team
British Freediving Association
I am proud to have been given the opportunity to compete alongside athletes representing Britain. Being a reserve team member in 2016 gave me insights into the sport that would have otherwise been impossible and has led to the chance to compete in Honduras.