Probably the most common depth version of Freediving. The diver descends and ascends only using bi-fins with flutter kick. The diver is not allowed to pull on any guide ropes or change the weight used. Official AIDA discipline.
In this discipline the diver cannot use fins, however, in this case, the diver can use the guide rope for propulsion on the descent and on the ascent. This the most relaxing but also the slowest discipline. Official AIDA discipline.
In this discipline, the diver does not wear any type of fin. The diver uses only muscle strength to propel them downwards and back up again and can only use the line as reference and for the turn. It is generally regarded as the most difficult official AIDA discipline.
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