Natalia Molchanova is the world's most titlist freediver ever, with a total of 42 world records. She won 22 individual gold medals and 2 team gold medals at Freediving World Championships.
On 25th September 2009, she became the first woman ever to make and pass 100 meters in Constant Weight, with a dive to 101 meters. She achieved world records in all disciplines of Freediving championships.
She shared her freediving passion and knowledge to thousands of students that attended her courses and to her university students in Moscow. She researched and lead research of freediver's response, and was interested in relaxation techniques and other knowledge that she found useful for improving freediver's performance and safety.
She is the author of many articles, books and an educational DVD on freediving. Much of her work is available in English as well. She established and prepared all educational programs from starting level to instructor's level of Freediving Federation, and nearly 100 instructors now share her knowledge to the people that want to learn safe and more efficient freediving.
Her love and passion for the sea are reflected in her poems. Some of her poems touched her to create a short artistic movie, for which she received some festival awards.
Her life was about freediving, and now Alexey Molchanov and his company continue and improve Natalia's efforts for safe and efficient freediving:, by educating, providing training plans and producing top freediving equipment in the world. Molchanovs were and are dedicated to excellence.