Where was that and have you done it again since then ?
It was in a local indoor pool here and I do it every week...
What pool do you go to ?
Mostly to 2 different indoor pools in my area…both are more that type of swim class pool and sometimes I go to another one that is a bit far away but its more for relaxing with warm water…very nice to siwm underwater there...
You sound just like me. I go to a pool where it is nicer to swim underwater and enjoy myself and there are two pools for me to choose from as well. Welcome to the Twilight Zone !! lol.
would love to know where that pool is with such a wonderful deep end.
16 feet in a combined swimming and diving pool. It felt great in just one breath.
Six feet - to the bottom of the pool, came up quicker than I went down, hit my head and split my scalp and had the pool attendant panicking <br />
(Actually, I was only 9, couldn't swim, slipped in accidentally and terrified my mother who was with me !) I still can't swim (at 63) :)
Freediving about 30 feet, on scuba around 100.
110 feet to go and see redlipped batfish.
145 feet, off of the coast of the Philippines. Dumb buddy wasn't paying attention and took off after a fish and I had to chase him down.
Somewhere between 80 and 100 feet in Hawaii with my girlfriend (now wife).
How deep's my tub?
90+ feet in Hawaii. When I was down there, a HUGE manta ray swam over me and totally blocked out the light.. It was a beautiful sight to see.. like some enormous bird flying through the water.
4 meters .. I guess :)
South Atlantic off Grand Cayman....80 + feet to the bottom.
10 ft :D I thought I thought my head was going to explode! :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D
maybe 15 feet...
I've snorkeled down to about 30 feet.
11/12 feet...havent tried it ever since.<br />
I've Swam Down To 12 Feet In A Local Pool Off The Diving Board. It's really Easy, and I can go even deeper.<br />
I can relax and ignore how my lungs feel a little, and then can stay under for 35-40 seconds.
30 metre's on my Ships Diving Course in the Royal Navy.