Tag Archive: kirk krack

Feb 19

Freediving Top Gun video hits the internet!

So excited to have been a part of this in Grand Cayman this past year. It was fun to shoot, though we packed it into only a couple days, and came out amazing thanks to Goh Iromoto, Performance Freediving, Pacific Coast Freediving and Evolve Freediving!!!! F3F TOP GUN from Performance Freediving on Vimeo.

Nov 08

Freediving with Team GoPro

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Many of you have probably seen the new GoPro video for their new Hero3 camera by now. (If not, crawl out from under that rock and check it out!) The video itself is just over five minutes of pure adrenaline-pumping, goosebump-giving, makes-you-wanna-ski-off-a-cliff excitement. But in those short five minutes you see much more than just …

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Oct 17

GoPro’s new Hero3 Freediving Video!

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Wanted to share this new video with you all from GoPro! In this short film, Mavericks, GoPro highlights their new Hero 3 by showcasing amazing footage taken solely with these new cameras, both above and below the water. They’ve included everything from kayaking, to surfing to….yes, freediving! You’ll also recognize a few familiar freedivers in this film- …

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Jun 29

An Ode to Freediving Safety Divers

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I woke up this morning to find that I’m a whole year older than I was yesterday morning. Funny how that happens. I turn 28 today and find myself looking back at the past few years and all the time I’ve spent in the water with a variety of awesome divers and realize that it’s …

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Jun 25

A Photographic Whale Encounter Story- by Grant Hogan

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Jun 11

‘How I Got to 91 Meters,’ By Nick Mevoli

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“You can’t lie to the water. Whatever you are going through in life, whatever issues you are dealing with will come out in the water.” -AIDA Judge Grant Graves I have been asked a lot lately how I made it from a 30-meter diver to a 91-meter diver in such a short period of time. …

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Jun 05

Do Freediving Blackouts Cause Brain Damage?

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I recently wrote a post where I mentioned that blackouts “don’t cause brain damage,” and after some discussion I realize that I have been simplifying a very complicated topic regarding freediving and the associated physiology and research. In response to this I wanted to take a closer look at the results of blackout and the …

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