Freediver David Helderle can create underwater vortexes with his mouth that forms cool bubble rings and designs. The 40 year old frenchman who works at Yas Water World in Abu Dhabi, can control the water spins as it travels through the water, much like a wobbly bracelet. Watch the video below to see the bubbles in action.
Lindsay Scallan thought her new Canon PowerShot digital camera (in a waterproof case) was gone for ever, along with her vacation pictures, when she lost it in a night dive off the coast of Maui, Hawaii in 2007. Six years later, the camera was found thousands of miles away in Taiwan by a China Airlines employee. He was able to… Continue reading Lost Camera Reunited With Owner After 6 Years
A Kuwaiti pearl diver member harvesting for pearls on a diving trip in Kuwait. At least 160 divers aboard nine ships on a journey to revive the old cultural heritage of Kuwait. The Pearls (Al-Dana) used to be an important contribution to the economy of Kuwait and was a main source of income for the Arabian Gulf before the discovery of… Continue reading Pearl Diving in Kuwait
German diver Stephan Feck attempted a somersault, but lost the grip on one leg which saw him spin out of control and land flat on the water flat on his back with a huge thud. He climbed out of the pool apparently unhurt after huge gasps from the crowd during the men’s three-metre springboard, but… Continue reading Diver Stephan Feck Falls Flat on His Back