Ambassadors 2. edition of the Deepspot Challenge

Guest of Honor

Miguel Lozano is a professional freediver who specializes in depth disciplines. In 2015, at the Aida World Championships in Cyprus, he won two silver medals in two of the three depth disciplines – Constant No Fins and Free Immersion.

In 2016, he made a free dive of 122m during the Caribbean Cup competition. This achievement today ranks him 3rd in the world in this discipline. This is just 4 meters shallower than the current world record of 126m. He is also the first Spaniard to reach a depth of 100m in Constant Weight (CWT) and 83m in Constant No Fins (CNF).

In 2012 in the Bahamas, and later in 2016 in Bali and Roatan in 2018, Miguel Lozano broke the world record for free-diving to -122 meters in the Bahamas, -123 meters in Bali and 125 meters in Honduras.

World record holder and bronze medalist at the 2021 Pool Freediving World Championships in DYN.

Polish record holder in pool and depth freediving competitions.

In her youth years, she was a multi-medalist at the Polish Championships and a member of the national team in swimming.

She took up freediving in 2012, joined the national team in freediving in 2013 and is still an active competitor today. Since 2015, she has been providing freediving training as part of the Freebody freediving and swimming school she founded.

In addition to the athletic side of it, what fascinates her in freediving is experiencing a complete state of relaxation underwater – body and mind together.

Professional freediver
❤️ Freediving World Record Holder
🏆 CMAS and AIDA World champion
🐋 Czech National Record Holder
🧜🏽‍♀️ Underwater Model

2007 Vice World Champion AIDA DNF 
2011 World Champion AIDA CNF
2011 Vice World champion AIDA FIM
2012 Winner of Vertical Blue
2015 Vice World Champion AIDA in Team championships
2016 CMAS World Record CNF
2016 CMAS Vice World Champion CWT and CWT Bi-Fins
2021 AIDA new National Record in FIM

She was already swimming as a child before she could speak. As a child, she participated in synchronized swimming competitions. She gave up sports at the age of 16 and began living a very unhealthy lifestyle, causing her weight to reach 110kg. Freediving found her, she fell in love with the water all over again and lost 40kg! After 11 months of training, in Dahab she became the first ever freediving World Champion coming from Hungary! She took the FIM dive to a depth of 81m. With authority, Aida 3 learned the mouthfill method after diving deeper than 80m with a reverse pack.

She is a Freediving Instructor with the Aida Organization, but works only as a coach. In 2020, she was No. 1 in the world ranking in all depth disciplines (Aida). She is among the top ten female freediving athletes and has been invited to participate in Vertical Blue since the first year of her freediving adventure. In 2022, he will finally fulfill his dream and take part in this competition!

Multiple World Champion and World Record Holder in Pool Freediving.
D. in physical culture.

Sports are omnipresent in her life. He owes his success to his own determination, hard work and…. To her husband, who is her trainer.

From the character of a madwoman as she says herself: “I smile at people – because I like”.