World record handicapped scuba

Handicap Scuba Association South Africa invites the Media to attend the first ever held event of its kind in the world.  The attempt will be to set a world record for the most disabled divers diving at once.  Divers with a vast range of disabilities, ranging from spina bifida, hearing loss, amputees, paraplegics, quadriplegics, muscular dystrophy, sight impairment and locked in syndrome will join in the attempt.

Handicap Scuba Association S.A.

The president and founder of the International Handicapped Scuba Association  (1981) James A. F. Gatacre is in South Africa for a workshop that will see the training of the first ever course director trainers and course directors and 10 diving instructors (specializing in disabled diving).

Twenty qualified disabled divers will attempt to dive with their dive buddies and instructors all at once.A WORLD FIRST!

Where:      Miracle waters (Brits) 25°40'38.18"S 27°45'27.35"E
When:       27January 2013
Time:        From 8:00am till 15:00pm

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