PSYCHOLOGY OF SURFING
Surfing is not an easy sport, for success in it it is important not only and not so much physical health as psychological health. As practice shows, you can catch…

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Jay Moriarty the legend of surfing
In the twelve years that have passed since he first got up and rode a wave in the town of Santa Cruz, until his death, during free diving in the…

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The main injuries at sea and how to treat them
One of the basic rules for any form of diving and just being in the ocean is “do not touch”. We all know that to control ourselves and not to…

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Surfing is a sport for the elite

Surfing is a sport for strong-minded people, which includes daily, exhausting work on oneself, continuous improvement of one’s body. Not everyone has the strength to do this, not everyone is able to cope with powerful waves and fear. This extreme sport was invented centuries ago in Polynesia.

The word surfing comes from the English “surfing”, which means “riding on the surface”, in our time, this word means – riding on a wave on special boards.

Surfing is divided into five types:

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Record Dive at the Pole of Cold

February 1, 2013 at a point with geographical coordinates N 62 ° 30 \ ‘453 \’ \ ‘/ E 143 ° 37 \’ 505 \ ‘\’ a unique dive took place. The fact is that at this point is Lake Labynkyr, which has long been of great interest to scientists.

Record Dive at the Pole of Cold

Diving to the bottom of the lake on the instructions of scientists of the Yakut University was made by the chairman of the scientific committee of the Russian Federation of Underwater Sports, the head of the underwater research team of the Russian Geographical Society Dmitry Shiller. Such an immersion took place for the first time in history. Previously, underwater studies of this lake were not carried out, there were only attempts to explore it with the help of a probe and an echo sounder, but the results brought more questions than answers. Continue reading

What was your unforgettable dive?

Brooke Morton asked several well-known divers to talk about her best dive.

Oddly enough, the deepest dive – or the most adrenaline – rarely makes an indelible impression and is remembered for a lifetime. Hardly. The moments that change something in us, change our ideas about what is possible in the world around us, will remain in our memory for a long time.

We talked about this with National Geographic photographer David Dubile, oceanographer Sylvia Earle, Philippe Cousteau Jr. and his wife Ashlan.

David Dubile
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Female diving. Diving and pregnancy
Diving pregnancy is the subject of much discussion and research. We advise you to refrain from diving during this time. Since adverse effects can be both for the mother and…

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Underwater Unknown Caucasus 2019
In the period from August 17 to 23 in the Karachay-Cherkess Republic, under the auspices of the Krasnodar branch of the Russian Geographical Society, the first international mountain underwater search…

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What was your unforgettable dive?
Brooke Morton asked several well-known divers to talk about her best dive. Oddly enough, the deepest dive - or the most adrenaline - rarely makes an indelible impression and is…

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Bored in the winter? Try ice diving!
How many songs and poems are written about the Russian winter? Do not count. About ice diving in Russia, perhaps, songs and poems will also appear soon. Perhaps such poems…

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