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Jason Statham Went Diving With Bull Sharks to Prepare for The Meg

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Hollywood action star Jason Statham revealed that he went diving with bull sharks to prepare for his starring role in the latest summer blockbuster The Meg. The actor plays a deep sea rescue diver Jonas Taylor, who is called upon to save a team of scientists and the local population from a 75-foot-long prehistoric shark called a Megalodon.

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Diving in Costa Rica

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Costa Rica is a true nature lovers paradise. Bordered by the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea in the heart of Central America, Costa Rica is a prime ecotourism destination that boasts some of the world’s most biologically diverse habitats. The country’s rainforests, mountain paramos, cloud forests, savannah, dry forests, ancient cave systems, and river gorges give refuge to more than 500,000 animal species.

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Newly-Published Medical Study Confirms Therapeutic Benefits Of Scuba Diving

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A seminal study published in the Journal of Disability and Rehabilitation has confirmed that scuba diving does have therapeutic benefits for military veterans with physical and psychological injuries as a result of combat.

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Beginner Tips: Everything You Need to Know About Dive Weights

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A proper weight system is an important part of every diver’s gear setup. Choosing the right amount and type of dive weights can make or break a dive, however many beginner scuba divers struggle with the task. In particular, there are a few common issues divers face in regard to weights - not being able to calculate how much weight they need to wear on a dive; not knowing what type of weights to use and how to distribute them properly; failing to adjust the amount of weight they wear as conditions or gear change.

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Individual AIDA Freediving Pool World Championships 2018 Results

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Some say that freediving, and especially its pool disciplines, is not much of a spectator sport - there’s little “action” and the results are often predictable. However, this year’s Individual AIDA Freediving Pool World Championships was nothing short of spectacular. Held in Belgrade, Serbia from June 23rd to July 1st, the event had it all - suspense, drama and quite a few memorable performances.

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PADI Women’s Dive Day Is Less Than a Month Away

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Since its launch in 2015, PADI Women’s Dive Day has grown from 335 events in 65 countries to nearly 900 events in 85 countries including dive cruises in Australia and underwater cleanups in Singapore as well as fundraisers for female dive scholarships in the USA and dive excursions with marine biologists in Italy in 2017 alone. Now, for the fourth consecutive year, hundreds of PADI professionals, dive centers and resorts around the world will once again gather divers of all genders, ages and experience levels for a global celebration of shared adventure and passion for the ocean.

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