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Julia Kozerska with 197 m sets a new DNF World Record - video

During the Bluego MiniComp competition, Julia Kozerska with 197 m sets a New World Record in the Dynamic Apnea Without Fins – DNF. The Bluego MiniComp competition that took place in the Zatoka Sportu in Lodz will surely go down in the history of Polish freediving. Great organization and perfect conditions combined with fantastic disposition
Published: April 4, 2022 - 09:00
Updated: July 23, 2023 - 00:29
Julia Kozerska with 197 m sets a new DNF World Record – video

During the Bluego MiniComp competition, Julia Kozerska with 197 m sets a New World Record in the Dynamic Apnea Without Fins – DNF.

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The Bluego MiniComp competition that took place in the Zatoka Sportu in Lodz will surely go down in the history of Polish freediving. Great organization and perfect conditions combined with fantastic disposition of freedivers resulted in great results. Julia Kozerska was unrivalled among women.

For years, the Polish freediver has been consistently proving that she is one of the world’s best. Her latest world record set in the DNF competition is another proof of that. Julia covered the distance of 197 metres in 4 minutes and 12 seconds.

Kozerska’s great disposition allowed her to improve the previous WR by as much as 6 metres. It is worth mentioning on this occasion that the previous World Record in 2017 was set in Opole by another Polish athlete – Magdalena Solich-Talanda. Both ladies have been competing against each other in pools all over the world for many years and show how strong women’s freediving is in Poland.

Undoubtedly Bluego Mini Comp competition became the next stage of this exciting sports competition. This time, Julia Kozerska came out on top, with 169.1 points in the general classification of the competition. The second place was taken by Magdalena Solich-Talanda 147.1 points, and the third place with 123.1 points went to Marta Kolasińska.

We now await the completion of the formalities in the form of anti-doping procedures and recognition of the WR by AIDA International.

Photo: Rafał Meszka

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My love for scuba diving started as a 12-year-old in the Canary Islands, at which time I took my first Open Water Diver course. This love for the blue turned into a huge passion that accompanies me to this day. Although blue is hard to come by in the Baltic, no conditions are terrible for me. In this sport, I find peace, patience, courage, focus, and balance. I have recently started to engage in underwater modeling and I am fulfilled with this.
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