This is the second medal of our competitor at this year’s CMAS World Swimming Championships held in Belgrade. After the silver won on the first day In the dynamic discipline without fins – DNF, Magdalena Solich-Talanda this time won the gold medal and stood on the highest step of the podium.
Without a doubt, today’s start is a huge success for the Pole, who with 265.7m also set a new world record. It is worth noting here that the previous record, 257m, also belonged to Magda from October 2019.
I must admit that I follow the world of freediving only from the position of a fan and sympathizer. However, based on my observations so far… this is exactly what I was hoping for! Certainly many regular readers of our portal, who just like me do not deal with freediving, also know Magda, as many of her very I have written about successful starts in the past.
If not, however, you must realise that she is a real gem of this discipline. The athlete from Bielsko-Biała is a medallist of the most important freediving competitions. She also holds many world records, not to mention national successes.
Thanks to very hard work over the past years, Magdalena Solich-Talanda has presented a very high and even form. As a result, it allowed her to become one of the world’s top women’s freedivers. It is probably also not an exaggeration to say that today she is a reference point for her rivals. Let’s keep it up!
The competition held in Belgrade within the 11th CMAS World Freediving Championships 2021 is slowly coming to an end. Our representatives once again showed a very good performance, which translated into the overall result. Let’s hope it will be a stimulus for further successes in the future and the development of freediving in Poland.
Main photograph – Elina Manninen
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