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Women’s free immersion record

The Australian Freediving Association announced their first Women’s Free Immersion National Record was set by Louise Dixon during the 2008 Andaman Freedive Challenge held in Ko Lanta, Thailand. Her dive to 30m on a single breath won the record. In her debut into competitive freediving, this record is made all the more remarkable by the fact that Louise had only started freediving five days before the competition. The discipline of Free Immersion is when a diver pulls themselves down a line and then back to the surface without wearing fins. www.freedivecentral.com/c-adaman

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