"Following her divorce, Marina Gordeeva (40) thinks she'll never meet love again. Little does she know that one day, she'll find the love of her life in free diving, one of the most extreme sports in existence, built on diving as deep as possible on a single breath. Marina demonstrates her amazing talents, yet it's her weak points that hold her back from winning the competition. Marina can't leave behind her life-baggage. As she plunges to the ocean depths, her subconscious fears resurface as harrowing visions. In a sport where everything depends on mind control, one bad thought is enough to lose it all. In the vast, mysterious realm of the sea, Marina not only regains her sense of peace and well being, but also redefines her existence."
- Alena Alova
Natalia was a freediving world champion and the holder of 42 world records. She remains the world’s most titled freediver ever, achieving world records in all freediving disciplines. She won a total of 22 individual gold medals and two team gold medals at Freediving World Championships during her career. On 25th September 2009, she became the first woman ever to pass 100 meters depth on a breath-hold in Constant Weight, with a freedive to 101 meters.
She was also the president of the Freediving Federation, designing and established its educational program from beginner to instructor level. Natalia shared her passion and knowledge of freediving both through her courses and with her university students in Moscow. Today thousands of freedivers have been trained by the Freediving Federation and several hundred instructors share Natalia’s knowledge with a new generation of freedivers. In 2015, the presidency was passed to her son Alexey Molchanov, also a freediving world champion and record holder.
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