Free falling, tight turns and safety divers in action - this is what this year's Depth Nationals looked like at the bottom plate.Official Video from bottom camera from the Freediving Depth Nationals 2019 Competition ...
Summer is coming to an end and we are swapping lake training for a pool session at AUT Millennium on Thursdays. We have had a great run this depth season, with great performances at the Depth Nationals at Lake Taupō lots of new PBs in our home waters of Lake Pupuke. We have a lot of exciting events...
Join us this winter for regular pool training in 4 different locations all over Auckland. Work on your diving performance, spend time with some lovely people, learn from other club members and keep warm in the hot tubs! Beginners welcome!
We are also preparing for upcoming pool competitions 🦈
---- Monday Tepids 18:45 - 20:30 and O'Hagans Irish bar after Tepid Baths Pool and Leisure Centre 100 Customs Street West, Auckland, New Zealand 1010
Tuesday West Wave 20:00 - 21:15 ⭐️ NEW ⭐️ now until August 27, then again from November 5, 2019 West Wave Pools & Leisure 20 Alderman Drive, Henderson, Auckland, New Zealand 0612
Wednesday Panmure 18:45 - 20:30 YMCA at Lagoon Pool & Leisure Centre 29 Lagoon Drive, Panmure, Auckland, New Zealand 1072
Thursday AUT 19:00 - 20:30 April 18 - September 26, 2019 AUT MIllenium 17 Antares Pl, Rosedale, Auckland 0632 ----
Freediving NZ Depth Nationals 2019 photo collection - We had such a good time with some great achievements and many lessons learned! Browse through this album for some impressions of the 3-day competition in the heart of the North Island.A few impressions of the Depth Nationals 2019 at lovely Lake Taupō. We had the best conditions, the perfect group size to have everyone out on the lake during the event and of course, fantastic dives.
Photos by Phil Clayton, Chris Hailey, Nick Rhodes, Francis Lee, Jonathan Garratt, Brad James and Kat Mager
We had so much to celebrate at our recent club BBQ! There were proud new owners of our AFC 734 and 145 achievement t-shirts, depth competition medalists, rec grade rock stars, super safeties, and Phil Clayton, who finally got his 666 t-shirt and a life membership on top of it. Thanks everyone for turning up!