Records

Polish National records

Since 2019 Poland have joined CMAS International and national records are being established separately by each organization (AIDA or CMAS). On a list below there is only the best result achieved by Polish competitor in each discipline regardless of the organisation where the result was done.

Full history of Polish National Records achieved in both AIDA and CMAS, together with charts are available to check in google Sheets (last update 08.12.2019):

WOMEN

DNF (dynamic without fins) 21st April 2018 Magdalena Solich – Talanda 200m Mazovia MiniComp – Łomianki, Poland (AIDA)
DYN (dynamic with fins) 13th October 2019 Magdalena Solich – Talanda  257m Hydro DynamicVienna, Austria (WR AIDA)
DYN BF (dynamic with bi-fins) 7th December 2019 Magdalena Solich – Talanda 200m X Silesia Cup – Rybnik, Poland (AIDA)
STA (static apnea) 22th July 2019 Agnieszka Kalska – 07:09 Polish Championship – Szczecin, Poland (AIDA)
FIM (free immersion) 1st May 2016 Agata Bogusz – 66m Panglao Depth Challenge – Philippines (AIDA)
CNF (constant weight without fis) 28th July 2017 Agata Bogusz – 46m Panglao July MiniComp – Philippines (AIDA)
CWT (constant weight) 13th October 2019 Agata Bogusz – 101m Calm Zone Oktoberfest – Kalamata, Grecja (AIDA)
CWT BF (constant weight with bi-fins) 27th July 2019 Maja Wiśniewska – 52m Blueocean Depth Comp – Dahab – Egipt (AIDA)

MEN

DNF (dynamic without fins) 2nd July 2016 Mateusz Malina – 244m Pool World Championship – Turku, Finland (WR AIDA)
DYN (dynamic with fins) 22nd June 2019 Mateusz Malina – 316.53m Indoor European Championship – Istanbul, Turkey (WR CMAS)
DYN BF (dynamic with bi-fins) 13th October 2019 Mateusz Malina – 250m Hydro Dynamic – Vienna, Austria (WR AIDA)
STA (static apnea) 7th December 2019 Mateusz Malina – 09:35 X Silesia Cup – Rybnik, Poland (AIDA)
FIM (free immersion) 27th November 2014 Mateusz Malina – 113m Vertical Blue – Dean’s Blue Hole, Bahamas (AIDA)
CNF (constant weight without fis) 28th November 2013 Mateusz Malina – 83m Little Blue Hole Copetition – Blue Hole, Egypt (AIDA)
CWT (constant weight) 13th September 2019 Mateusz Malina – 101m World Championship – Villefranche Sur Mer, Francja (AIDA)
CWT BF (constant weight with bi-fins) 16th August 2019 Marcin Baranowski – 60m Crystal Clear Water Competition – Hańcza lake, Poland (AIDA)

WORLD RECORDS (only the best official result ever achieved regardless if it was done by AIDA or CMAS)

Women

DNF (dynamic without fins) 19 czerwiec 2019 Julia Kozerska – 196.95m Indoor European Championship – Istanbul , Turkey (WR CMAS)
DYN (dynamic with fins) 13th October 2019 Magdalena Solich – Talanda  257m Hydro DynamicVienna, Austria (WR AIDA)
DYN BF (dynamic with bi-fins) 21st June 2019 Alessia Zecchini – 228.15m Indoor European Championship – Istanbul, Turkey (WR CMAS)
STA (static apnea) 21st June 2013 Natalia Molchanova – 09:02 Pool World Championships – Belgrade, Serbia (WR AIDA)
FIM (free immersion) 18th October 2019 Alessia Zecchini – 100m Oceanquest Curacao – Curacao, Caribbean (WR CMAS)
CNF (constant weight without fis) 22th July 2018 Alessia Zecchini – 73m Vertical Blue – Dean’s Blue Hole, Bahamas and 2nd August 2019 Alessia Zecchini –73m Caribbean Cup – Roatan, Honduras (WR AIDA) and (WR CMAS)
CWT (constant weight) 7th August 2019 Alessia Zecchini – 113m World Championship – Roatan, Honduras and 7th August 2019 Alenka Artnik – 113m World Championship – Roatan, Honduras (WR CMAS)
CWT BF (constant weight with bi-fins) 10th August 2019 Natalia Zharkova – 93m World Championship – Roatan, Honduras (WR CMAS)

Men

DNF (dynamic without fins) 2nd July2016 Mateusz Malina 244m Pool World Championships – Turku, Finland (WR AIDA)
DYN (dynamic with fins) 22nd July 2019 Mateusz Malina – 316.53m Indoor European Championship – Istanbul, Turkey (WR CMAS)
DYN BF (dynamic with bi-fins) 14 April 2019 Vitomir Maricic – 264.70m Croatian National Competition – Zagreb, Croatia (WR CMAS)
STA (static apnea) 8th June 2009 Stephane Mifsud 11:35 Record attempt – Hyeres, France (WR AIDA)
FIM (Free Immersion) 24th July 2018 Alexey Molchanov  125m Vertical Blue – Dean’s Blue Hole, Bahamas (WR AIDA)
CNF (constant weight without fis) 20th July 2016 William Trubridge 102m Record attempt – Dean’s Blue Hole, Bahamas (WR AIDA)
CWT (constant weight) 18th July 2018 Alexey Molchanov 130m Vertical Blue – Dean’s Blue Hole, Bahamas (WR AIDA)
CWT BF (constant weight with bi-fins) 5th August 2019 Alexey Molchanov –110m Caribbean Cup – Roatan, Honduras and 10th August 2019 Alexey Molchanov – 110m World Championship – Roatan, Honduras (WR AIDA) and (WR CMAS)