Thursday, September 21, was the start of the exciting competition at the 31st AIDA Depth World Championship being held in Limassol, Cyprus. The championship will last a total of ten days, during which the various disciplines will be held alternately.
On one day, women will compete in a particular discipline, and the next day, in the same discipline, men’s starts will be held. The athletes will compete in a total of four depth disciplines.
Yesterday, during the first day of competition, women competed in the Constant Weight No Fins – CNF discipline. A total of 31 ladies took part in the competition. The weather conditions and the water were excellent. No currents and a flat sea bathed in sunshine – what more could you want?
Among the highlights of the day were five national records set by:
Natalia Wilk (POL) – 53m
Shlomit Wallerstein (ISR) – 46m
Nikita Fima Atriyu (IDN) – 45m
Jiaoyi Li (HKG) – 41m
Syafidatul Azua Shafii (MYS) – 41m
With the final rankings of the day:
Sanda Delija (HVR) – 71m
Tatiana Zemskikh (INT) – 58m
Jennifer Wendland (DEU) – 56m
Looking forward to the men’s CNF competition that will take place today.
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