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Canadian diver Jennifer Abel on Trans World Sport We travelled to Montreal to meet one of Canada's top divers and Olympic bronze medallist, Jennifer Abel. Armed with an infectious smile and bundles of energy, she'll be one to watch out for at Rio 2016. Subscribe to Trans World Sport: http://goo.gl/5kBsQ TWS features sports action from around the globe, including reports from the biggest international competitions, in-depth features on lesser-known sports and profiles of rising stars of the future. Follow us: http://twitter.com/TransWorldSport Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/transworldsport87
We have arrived in Canada for the final leg of the FINA Diving World Series and we have become obsessed with "13 Reasons Why". The Live stream timings are below: (UK ONLY all timings GMT) Friday April 21st: Session 1 4.45pm - Women's 10m Synchro Final (Tonia and Lois) 5.52pm - Men's 10m Synchro Final (Dan and I) Session 2 10.20pm - Women's 3m Synchro Final (Grace and Katherine) 11.27pm - Men's 3m Synchro Final (Jack and Chris) Saturday April 22nd: 10.02pm - Men's 3m Final (Jack) Sunday April 23rd: 9.00pm - Women's 3m Final (Grace and Katherine) 10.02pm - Men's Platform Final (Me) 11.10pm - Mixed 3m Synchro Final (Grace and I) Subscribe to Tom’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tvtomdaley Order Tom's Daily Plan here: http://amzn.to/2hHsbUO All the eve...
Being a Combat Diver requires determination, fitness and discipline. Check out this great video made by 2nd Canadian Division to learn more about the requirements of Canadian Armed Forces Combat Diver and their selection process. Devenir un plongeur de combat requiert de la détermination, de la forme physique et surtout de la discipline. Regardez cette superbe vidéo produite par la 2e Division du Canada afin d’en savoir plus sur les exigences du métier de plongeur de combat des Forces armées canadiennes et de leur processus de sélection.
We follow a group of young Canadian sailors, who are already qualified as ships divers, as they try to pass the physically intense Clearance Diver Prelim course. This prelim course is meant to weed out the volunteers and determine who is best suited for the challenges and dangers of being one of the Navy’s elite Clearance Divers. The short course is grueling and intense – watch these young sailors as the all strive to be the best they can.
Giant Snake discovered while diving. Swiss Diver Franco Banfi found an massive anaconda underwater in a river in Brazil. Anaconda vs Human Diver... turns out to be a stale mate. Banfi discovered the 26 foot long giant anaconda while diving in the rivers of Mato Grosso a region in Brazil. While these anacondas are common in the wildlife of Brazil, one of this size is not. These predators will often hide just under the water's surface of river banks similar to crocodiles and alligators and wait for an unsuspecting animal to come and take a drink before striking it's prey. Franco was lucky that this enormous snake had recently fed on a Capybara and wasn't interested in making the Swiss diver it's next meal. Banfi was quoted saying... "At the first moment it's scary because you don't know ...
*All rights reserved / Todos os direitos reservados. firstname.lastname@example.org* We (Thomaz Monteiro and Flavia Passaglia from Brazil) were diving at Bat Islands, Costa Rica, when this peaceful manta came. Brian Thompson (from Canada) gently cut the net fishing and now the manta can live with no pain. Important: We picked up the line. It's our trophy now! Brian, the diver who cut the line, gave a little piece for all divers there!. Enjoy the video, Thomaz Monteiro. LIKE US ON FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/OceanoVS Dive Operation: Rocket Frog Divers (http://facebook.com/RocketFrogDivers) Divers: Thomaz Monteiro, Flavia Passaglia and Brian Thompson Divemasters: Frankilin Alfaro and Yaser Mendoza Camera: Thomaz Monteiro Date: September 8, 2014
BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA — A Canadian diver may have found a long-lost U.S. military bomb that went missing in 1950. Sean Smyrichinsky was diving near Haida Gwaii, an archipelago 80 km off the coast of British Columbia when he saw a strange object that looked like a huge bagel cut in half, with basketball-sized bowls molded into it, the Guardian reported. It is possible the object was part of a Mark IV bomb that went missing during a mission on Feb. 13, 1950. The bomb was on board a U.S. Air Force B-36 strategic bomber for a training mission that included a simulated nuclear strike on San Francisco. The bomb was a dummy capsule packed with lead instead of plutonium core and TNT, according to the Vancouver Sun. The crew was instructed to jettison the bomb over the Pacific Ocean...
Female giant pacific octopus takes interest in male underwater videographer on Diplock reef, Barkley sound, Vancouver Island, Canada. This footage is available in HD (high definition) and can be purchased by contacting us at email@example.com . No other use distribution or other manipulation is allowed without express written permission
Just a quick video of an inspection job i was on in Malaysia.
He got 2 crabs already, and he was looking for just one more but the cold water and pressure in the water was too much to handle. Holy crap, I wouldn't do that at all. White Rock, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. -- http://www.city.whiterock.bc.ca/ -- http://www.whiterockonline.com/
Me bloody aussie critical analysis of elite men's diving and how it's possible to score zero and still be a bloody legend. Fair Dealing: parody, satire, review. http://www.patreon.com/ozzyman http://www.facebook.com/ozzymanreviews Twitter @OzzyManReviews Fair Fucken Use