World Champion Freediver Erez Beatus established APNEA Australia in order to expand this growing sport throughout Australia.
Erez’s accomplishments include:
Founder of Free Diving Internationl (F.D.I), a school which developed into an association and internationally recognized training body.
Established the Israeli Freediving team in 1998, coached and captained the team in four world championships.
In 2001 held the CNF (constant weights without fins) world record along with Trevor Hutton from South Africa.
Current holder of most national Israeli records.
Organized the first national competition in Israel.
Certified Freediving Instructor (A.I.D.A / F.D.I / APNEA ACADEMY)
Vice president for A.I.D.A in 2006.
Certified international judge for competitions and record attempts (national and world records).
Taught around 1000 students in Israel, Thailand and Australia.
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“My greatest passion has always been the water. I’ve dedicated my life to exploring new ways of being in water and sharing my knowledge with others including swimming, diving, fishing, underwater hockey,meditation and aquatic therapies.
I started Freediving when I was 8 years old while spearfishing with my brother... and began holding my breath for fun since I was 4. I’m currently based on the Gold Coast in Queensland and continue to teach and explore new waters around the globe.”