Welcome to the United States Apnea Association!
We are happy that you have found us! Allow us to become a
part of your apnea-related endeavors by taking the time to visit
the different sections of the USAA website. We have a variety
of information available for you and even more to come. Check
back frequently for new and exciting information, links,
If you haven’t already, we hope you will join our organization
and experience being a part of a member community that enjoys
all types of apnea sports. Membership offers you additional benefits
such as voting, participation in group forums, opportunities
to get involved in USAA events (including competitions), finding
dive buddies, and of course, supporting United States freediving
As you navigate our site, should you have any questions, comments,
or concerns, please visit the USAA information pages for contact
information and get in touch with one of our Board Members.
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Previous Event Reports <<<Here
Andrea Kawabata after her new national record swim of 146 M in Dynamic, which she did in bi fins (most athletes use monofins these days) during the 2010 AIDA Team Freediving World Championships where the US women earned bronze.
Erin Magee celebrates her record breaking dive to 71 meters in Constant Weight with a giant scream. Erin's performance took two minutes and eighteen seconds.
Erin Magee begins here record breaking dive to 71 meters.
Ren proposed and Ashley said yes.. Photo courtesy Courtney Platt.
Freediving is a great time. Come try it out. Photo courtesy Courtney Platt. www.courtneyplatt.com
2008 US Freediving Team
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