Our Team is always interested in new  opportunities to work with TV & Media,and Individuals.
We can provide Freediving Instructors and Safety Teams and tailor freediving display
or presentation at your event.
Private training for Actors and Individuals.
Highest quality courses by top Instructors and Athletes in the country    

Blue Water Freediving Team


Your Sponsorship,advertising could include:

  • Your logo on equipment
  • Your logo displayed on all related events, videos, pictures, media and press
  • Your logo at Freediving Championships and various events round the world
  • Your logo displayed on our web site
  • Use of our images with your logos
  • Use of our company logo
  • Special freediving displays
  • Media presentation

British Freediving Association

A write-up of the 2018 Bristol Freediving Competition incorporating the BFA National Freediving Championships - 33 athletes and 27 new personal bests!Words by Beci Ryan, Photo by Daan Verhoeven
For more details please clink links below

We made it to:.
https://www.facebook.com/britishfreediving/posts/610436955969359

UK Freedivers Adam Drzazga and Beci Ryan were the respective male and female winners in the National Freediving Championships, run by the British Freediving Association (BFA) as part of the third Bristol Blue Freediving Competition.
Blue Water Team took Gold for the 3rd year in Uk National Championship .


http://www.divernet.com/home-diving-news/p322027-freediving-pbs-abound-in-bristol.html



MERMAIDS IN lONDON!

Blue Water Team wos invited as a main speaker and safety to London First Mermaid Convention. We hade a pleasure to teach Journalists from Metro basics Mermaids skills and introuce them to world of Freediving .
For more details please clink links below

We made it to:..METRO| LONDONIST| METRO LIFE


We did it again!

Blue Water Freediving Team attended the first ever Bristol Blue Freediving competition this weekend. The competition was great, it was well organised, ran very smoothly and had a lovely atmosphere
We manage to secure 1st place for mens and 3rd for women over all intervievs and videos below stay tuned more to come

https://www.facebook.com/PADI/videos/10154831341738112/


Ware Freediver

wins double gold at national championship

Winners of 7th BFA Great Northern freediving competition and UK Pool National Championships - Alice Hickson and Adam Drzazga. On Sunday 10 April, the 7th Great Northern International and the BFA UK National Pool Championships, organised by Steve Millard of www.learn2freedive.com was held at Wright Robinson sports college in Manchester. The Great Northern looked and felt a little different this year, being held on one day with two disciplines in the 25m pool, however athletes from the UK and Europe flocked to this friendly event with enthusiasm, with the promise of displaying some impressive performances. For more on this story please visit the BFA website: http://bit.ly/1Vlf8Gh Picture Credit: Dean Martin

More details on the link below https://www.deeperblue.com/alice-hickson-adam-drzazga-win-uk-freediving-pool-national-championships www.hertfordshiremercury.co.uk/Ware-freediver-wins-double-gold-national/story-29257844-detail/story.html

Ware freediver Adam Drzazga has won double gold at the BFA UK National Pool Championships held in Manchester.
Drzazga, and his partner and coach, Shirley Turner, run the Blue Water Freediving School, and have both represented Great Britain at international events.

www.hertfordshiremercury.co.uk/Ware-freediver-wins-double-gold-national/story-29257844-detail/story.html

Ware freediver Adam Drzazga has won double gold at the BFA UK National Pool Championships held in Manchester.
Drzazga, and his partner and coach, Shirley Turner, run the Blue Water Freediving School, and have both represented Great Britain at international events.

www.hertfordshiremercury.co.uk/Ware-freediver-wins-double-gold-national/story-29257844-detail/story.html

Ware couple set to team up for GB at freediving world championships HOLDING THEIR BREATH FOR GB: Ware freedivers Adam Drzazga and Shirley Turne


www.hertfordshiremercury.co.uk/Ware-freediver-wins-double-gold-national/story-29257844-detail/story.html

Freediving Display.By Blue Water Freediving School in Ware .

https://twitter.com/WareLido/status/485517240297881600/photo/1

Thanks to our team
Shirley,Lubos Svorad,Peter Kopec

Blue Water Freediving School on our latest project withBBC
in documentary about oxygen consumption in mammals. Please see links below.

Man v seal: How we compare with our marine cousins
Scientists from the University of Liverpool have published research that explains how marine mammals, including seals and whales, hold their breath for so long.
The research reveals how the oxygen-storing capacity of mammals muscles has been changed by millions of years of evolution.
The videos above show how a highly trained free-diver compares in breath-holding ability to a common seal

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-22870944

Freediver reveals breath-holding secrets13 June 2013
An international team of scientists has discovered how marine mammals store such vast amounts of oxygen in their muscles.
It is a key adaptation that lets them hold their breath for far longer than humans.
Scientists would now like to find out if their discovery might shed light on how people who can hold
their breath for several minutes achieve this feat.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-22876741

Oxygen mystery: How marine mammals hold their breathScientists say they have solved the mystery of one of the most extreme adaptations in the animal kingdom: how marine mammals store enough oxygen to hold their breath for up to an hour.
The team studied myoglobin, an oxygen-storing protein in mammals' muscles and found that, in whales and seals, it has special "non-stick" properties.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-22853482
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