We’ve seen a short film that’s best watched on a smartphone screen. On the other hand, we imagine Jean-Charles Granjon’s meditative slow-motion film about a cliff diver would be awesome on a large monitor, turned on its side.
A scuba diver shows off not only his underwater bubble making skills, but how said bubble can be used to knock things over. Seems like this should be some sort of move in Super Scuba Fighter IV.
(NSFW:Language) It’s a bad enough idea to try and cannonball into an ice-covered swimming pool in your Speedo, but this dope proves that the frozen water below isn’t his biggest problem.
The guy in light blue swimtrunks is getting ready to take a flying leap over the fence and into the lake in front of him. But despite the finish, things don’t quite go according to plan.
Ever wonder what happens when you crack a raw egg 100-feet underwater? Us neither, but these divers show the effect of the pressure levels at that depth. Oh, and that somebody wants lunch.
Diver Michal NavrÃ¡til was on vacation in Saint Maarten when he decided to take a flying leap off his hotel roof. Fortunately, there was an ocean below for him to do his double-gainer into.
Dive right in to see Andreas Franke’s underwater photographs of a decommissioned ship digitally enhanced with people; the waterproof gallery is located on the ship, just 93′ below the surface.
But for the fact that we were chastised at a tender age to never run around the swimming pool, we would totally be doing the sweet ass diving moves these guys are doing over here – and frequently.
Since it wouldn’t be summertime without someone shredding it on a rope swing by a body of water, check out Mike Wilson killing it on the Truckee River doing 60′ double and triple back flips.
Hold your breath for 4 minutes, and watch this unreal clip of freediver Gillaume Nery, as he jumps head first into Dean’s Blue Hole, the deepest blue hole on the planet. (Note: Fiction, but still cool).