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Natalia Molchanova, a Russian boss free jumper and mother of Alexey Mochanov, a 24-time title holder free jumper, evaporated off the shore of Spain during a sporting plunge, and fans are quick to realize about her passing reason.

Natalia Vadimovna Molchanova (8 May 1962 – 2 August 2015) was an incredibly famous free jumper from Russia who likewise filled in as the association’s past president. She has been designated “maybe the best freediver on the planet.”

She vanished on August 2, 2015, while directing a confidential meeting in Formentera. On August 5, the quest for her was surrendered, and her demise was expected.

Personal information
Born 8 May 1962
Ufa, Bashkortostan, Soviet Union
Died 2 August 2015 (aged 53)
Formentera, Spain
Children 2

By holding 41 world records at the hour of her supposed end and gathering 23 gold awards over her broad profession, Molchanova was the most finished free jumper ever.

Free Diver: Natalia Molchanova Death Cause Natalia Molchanova, a different world record holder free jumper, and the previous leader of the Russian Free Dive Federation died due to suffocating in the wake of neglecting to surface while making a plunge the Mediterranean. Her body was rarely found.

Molchanova was making a plunge a locale with solid flows and a ton of boat action, where the water temperature can decrease essentially as jumpers slide, which can affect even the most prepared jumpers.

Many individuals were conveyed in her hunt, including helicopters, a unique group of jumpers, and, surprisingly, a robot. Be that as it may, she was not found and was announced dead.

In 41 unique disciplines, Molchanova had established standards with the expectation of complimentary plunging before she lowered herself that day. She could jump in excess of 100 meters somewhere down in a solitary breath, remain under for many feet while swimming regardless of loads, and stand by in still water.

Alexey Molchanov Mother Obituary: What Happened To Natalia Molchanova? The tribute of Natalia Molchanova, the mother of Alexey Molchanov, a 28-year-old serious freediver, has not been delivered. She was assumed dead subsequent to plunging 35 meters in the Mediterranean however never reemerged.

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As per her child Alexey, it was an irate current at profound that day. At the point when she disappeared on Sunday, Molchanova, who had been plunging seriously for quite some time, gave private guidance to two jumpers, as indicated by Alexey.

After she jumped to a profundity remembered to be somewhere in the range of 115 and 130 feet, the understudies failed to focus on her. As per Alexey, his mom additionally made many solo freedives to unfamiliar in the middle between preparing plunges.

Where Could Alexey Molchanov Now be? Alexey Molchanov, a Russian boss freediver, 24-time title holder (AIDA and CMAS), world record holder, and freediving advertiser, right now is residing in the Bahamas, where he gives freediving examples.

He kept on stretching the boundaries of the bifins profundity in 2020, establishing another standard for the longest recorded plunge at roughly 600 feet underneath the ice (181 m).

In March 2021, Alexey lowered 80 meters or 262 feet underneath the frozen, one-meter-thick surface and afterward rose to the surface on a solitary breath. He likewise crushed the record for the most profound free jump under ice while wearing balances simultaneously.

Alexey partook in the nine-day, worldwide rivalry Vertical Blue in the Bahamas at Dean’s Blue Hole in July 2021. In three separate games, he achieved world record plunges. He additionally settled two CMAS records in the CNF division, 87 and 90 meters.

Oladotun Olayemi is a Historian (History Graduate from the University of Ibadan) content enthusiast specializing in first-in-class content, including history, travel, culture, people, entertainment, and sports, to educate and inform readers.