Nelson Mandela Bay freediver grabs two SA records

Gletwyn Rubidge achieves long-held dream in Egypt after nine years of training

Gqeberha freediver Dr Gletwyn Rubidge has broken two South African records at the Freediving World Cup in Sharm-El-Sheikh in Egypt.

Competing against professional freedivers with unlimited access to the safe clear waters of the Mediterranean, the 55-year-old Nelson Mandela University chemistry lecturer combined SA gees and his hard-earned experience in big shark-infused swells off Noordhoek to make his mark...

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