THE FREEDIVE CAFÉLONG-FORM INTERVIEWS WITH THE WORLD'S FREEDIVERS
At The Freedive Café, Donny sits down with freedivers great and small.
He goes really deep with some of the deepest humans on Earth
and discovers the personal stories, the inspirations, the techniques
and training, the routines and passions of freedivers
from all walks of life.
More than 150 long-form interviews recorded over 7 years, and counting!
THE WORLD’S DEDICATED FREEDIVING PODCAST
The latest episode of The Freedive Café Podcast:
LOST EPISODE #1 | Davide Carrera
Originally produced between 2019 and 2021, the Lost Episodes of The Freedive Cafe were originally released as exclusive content for Patreon subscribers, then lost to time. Recently unearthed in the Sinai desert, I can now deliver them for your listening pleasure!
This episode with Davide was originally released on Patreon in October 2020.
Davide also appeared on Episodes #22 and #151 of the podcast.
#153 | Kateryna Sadurska | Depth and Strength
Kateryna Sadurska is a world record holding freediving athlete from Ukraine. Kate joined me at The Little Blue in Dahab to discuss her amazing 2023, how she trained for those huge dives and how her philosophy of freediving is evolving.
#152 | Frank Pernett | Freediving Science & Physiology
Frank Pernett is originally from Colombia. He has been freediving his whole life and been involved in the deep freediving and freediving competition scenes for many years. He is currently based in Sweden where he is working towards his PhD under the watchful eye of freediving scientist Erika Schagatay
Frank is a wealth of knowledge about freediving science and physiology and today we discuss some of the traditional topics of freediving science that interest us most as well as some new approaches to understanding the dive response and we talk in detail about what can cause lung squeeze and what protocols we might follow to prevent them.