Ryuzo Shinomiya
Freediver - Instructor - Creator

Ryuzo Shinomiya

Ryuzo is a living legend in Japan as he is the first man who reached -100m throughout the Asian continent. He is still an active freediver, although not a competing one, owner of Apneaworks, AIDA Judge & instructor.

Achievements:

CWT - 115m National & Asia Record (27/04/2010)
FIM - 104m National & Asia Record (25/04/2010)
CNF - 56m National & Asia Record (23/05/2013)

World Cup 2000 Swiss Round - 3rd Place
Pacific Cup of Hawaii 2002 - 3rd Place
1st Japan Championship 2003 - 1st Place
4th Team World Freediving Championship 2004 in Canada - 5th Place
Cyprus 2004 Freediver Open Classic Static - 1st Place
2nd Japan Chamipionship 2004 - 1st Place
Kona Freedive Invitational 2005 Static - 1st Place
Dahab Triple Depth 2005 Egypt - 1st Place
Coupe Des Calanques 2006 France - 1st Place
Aida Hellas Summer Games 2006 Dynamic with Fin - 1st Place
Aida Hellas Summer Games 2006 Static - 2nd Place
5th Team World Freediving Championship 2006 in Egypt - 4th Place
3rd Individual World Freediving Championship 2007 in Slovenia - 5th Place
Dahab Triple Depth 2007 Egypt - 1st Place
Egypt Prechallenge 2008 Static - 1st Place
Egypt Prechallenge 2008 Constant with fin - 2nd Place
Vertical Blue Suunto Dive Off 2010 - 3rd Place
7th Team World Freediving Championship 2010 in Okinawa - 2nd Place
Indoor Cup Tateyama 2012 Static - 1st Place
Deep Water CupOkinawa 2012 - 1st Place
Caribbean Cup 2013 Free Immersion - 2nd Place
Caribbean Cup 2013 Constant no fin - 3rd Place
One Breath Jamboree 2013 Bali Constant - 1st Place
Vertical Blue 2015 in over all - 2nd place

See Ryuzo's AIDA rankings.