Pure Apnea Dynamic Bi-fin WC 2016 Southern Hemisphere

Cape Town Freediving will be running the Southern Hemisphere competition for the Pure Apnea Dynamic Bi-fin World Championship 2016 on 25-26 November with an extra day on the 27th just for the Southerners. The main event is the Dynamic Bi-fin discipline with optional extra days for Dynamic without Fins and Static Apnea. To qualify for the main prizes, all athletes must take part in the DYN Bi-fin discipline. Athletes can choose either a 25m or a 50m pool for this discipline, but they only have one start. Unlike previous years there will be no restriction on make or model of bi-fins… you can even use your gran’s yellow scuba split fins! (See why here: Pure Apnea)

The format of the competition is as follows:
Day 1, Friday 25th November: Stellenbosch Gymnasium (Coetzenburg)
Pool: Indoor 25m pool
Disciplines: DYN Bi-fins or DNF
Time: 2pm to 6pm
Registration is now open!

Day 2, Saturday 26th November: Stellenbosch Gymnasium (Coetzenburg)
Pool: Outdoor 50m pool
Disciplines: DYN Bi-fins or DNF
Time: 9am to 1pm

Day 3, Sunday 27th November: 20 Main Rd, Muizenberg
Pool: Outdoor STA pool
Disciplines: STA
Time: 9am to 1pm

The entry fee is R250 with free 1 year Pure Apnea Athlete membership or R350 with a competition t-shirt. All athletes must supply a doctor’s note stating “Fit for freediving.” and must hold a basic freediving certification. Without this you cannot compete!

Registration is now open! Contact [email protected] for more info and competition registration forms.

Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn
WhatsApp

More to explore

Basket Star

Basket Star

Basket stars (Astrocladus euryale) are an intricately beautiful type of brittle star, mostly seen on sea fans and sometimes clinging to rocky

Cape Knifejaw

Cape Knifejaw

The Cape knifejaw (Oplegnathus conwayi) is the cold water equivalent of the tropical Parrotfish. While adult Cape knifejaws are dark grey, nothing

Spotted Gully Shark

Spotted Gully Shark

The spotted gully shark (Triakis megalopterus), also referred to as the sharptooth houndshark, is a shark we are always excited to find

Scroll to Top