Kathryn Nevatt

With just one breath, Queenstown freediver Kathryn Nevatt can explore the beauty that lies deep beneath the water's surface. Nevatt can hold her breath for seven minutes and 45 seconds. She's able to swim 65 metres below, without any kind of...
She's won medals and set records around the world, and now Kathryn Nevatt is preparing to compete at home. The Queenstown freediving world champ talks to Daisy Hudson about her big year. Queenstown's world record-setting freediver is heading into unknown...
Kathryn Nevatt is Pan Pacific Pool Freediving champion after a breathtaking performance at the champs in Tokyo. National champion Nevatt, 38, won three gold medals to regain the title – winning the trifecta of 'static apnea', 'dynamic apnea' and 'dynamic...

Tokyo splash

National freediving champ Kathryn Nevatt plans to dominate next week's Pan Pacific Pool Freediving Championship. The Arrowtowner left for Tokyo, Japan, on Thursday for the three-day comp with five other Kiwis, including Queenstowner Damien Jones. She's competing in three disciplines: the...
Kathryn Nevatt stays underwater until her vision closes in. That's when the champion freediver knows she's likely going to black out soon, so it's time to hit the surface. The Queenstowner defended her national championship title in Auckland last weekend, smashing...
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