Giacomo De Mola wins the 32° World Spearfishing championship held on 16 -19/09 in Arbatax, Sardinia, Italy.
On both days of competition, the Italian athlete has managed to conquer the first position, underlining his absolute strength and perfect mental and physical condition, managing to beat amazing champions like the Spanish Oscar Cervantes, the Croatian Stjepko Kesic and the Greek Ioannis Sideris, respectively second, third and fourth.
De Mola, after a month of preparation, and thanks to an amazing and very efficient technique, which consists of spearfishing going down even below – 40 meters with two spearguns, and so being able to catch two fish for each dive, has the highest score. In fact, considering around 15 minutes surface time recovery after dives below 40 meters, the possible dives in one five hours of comeptition can be around 20-25, and so efficiency is also the key to success.
The final standings will see :
1st De Mola World Champion with 200%,
2nd Cervantes Silver medal with 169.06% &
3rd Kesic bronze
Congratulations Mr DeMola for your great success!
Congratulations to the other pathos athlete Sideris Giannis who came 4th with 139.52%, proving that he is the best of the Greek team.
Congratulations to all the Greek team who managed to came 3rd among the 19 countries.
Congratulations to the rest of the athletes who competed and showed how capable and experienced they are.
Source : ApneaPassion magazine