Dates for Asian Freediving Cup 2019: 9th to 11th of June

We are happy to announce that the 2019 edition of the Asian Freediving Cup will be held from 9th to 11th of June 2019. For the sixth year in a row we at Freedive Panglao will welcome some of the best freedivers from Asia and around the world. After many requests, we have decided to…

Asian Freediving Cup 2019

We’re already getting inquiries regarding Asian Freediving Cup 2019. So far we can’t say much, except that there will be Asian Freediving Cup also next year. Our competitive season for 2018 ends with Japan Freediving Cup the 15th and 16th of September, and that’s when we will start planning for next year. This means we will probably…

Bottom camera videos

Bottom camera videos from Asian Freediving Cup are available. Send an email to to get yours!

Summary of day three

Summary of day three of Asian Freediving Cup 2018. Winners, overall results, and national records.

Official Results day 1 / Start list day 2

The first day of Asian Freediving Cup 2018 is now over. We where happy to see nine national records, but unfortunately also as many red cards. Official results: Start list for tomorrow, some divers are taking a break, so we have less divers: We hope for more white cards, flat water, and happy divers!

Freedive Panglao athletes

We have three athletes currently teaching at Freedive Panglao signed up for Asian Freediving Cup: Tom, Jurgen, and Martin. We’re quite sure the home sea advantage can play a big role in freediving. They have also have had access to excellent training conditions for many months leading up to the competition, so we’re hoping for some…

Where to stay during Asian Freediving Cup

Here are some advice for freedivers that need help in deciding where to stay in Panglao during Asian Freediving Cup. There are plenty of hotels and resorts in Panglao, but we advice our athletes to stay within one of three specific areas: Danao, Doljo, or Alona. The Asian Freediving Cup will be hosted on Doljo beach. This…