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Freediving world record holder (128 meters) and world champion Alexey Molchanov, having a little fun on the El Aguila wreck off Roatan, Honduras after winning the Caribbean Cup with a 123 meter Constant Weight dive (monofin)

Freediver Carlos Correa ascending towards the light on a break during the 2015 Caribbean Cup of Freediving in Roatán, Honduras. Every time I look at this photo it relaxes me and makes me wonder about how these athletes can reach depths of 300ft. and hold their breath for upwards of 4 minutes.

June Entries: Freediver Carlos Correa ascending towards the light on a break during the 2015 Caribbean Cup of Freediving in Roatan, Honduras. Every time I look at this photo it relaxes me and makes me wonder about how these athletes can reach depths of 300ft. and hold their breath for upwards of 4 minutes.

Alexey Molchanov and Marina Kasankova on the Aguila Wreck after the Caribbean Cup. Photo: <a href=\"http://liabarrettphotography.com/\" target=_blank>Lia Barrett</a>

Brasil 2014

Ha ha. I love them so! I'll never forget the month I spent sailing around the Caribbean islands of Honduras on the sailboat of an ex. When we went to the bird and butterfly sanctuary on the isle of Roatan, a #toucan fell in love with me, and followed me around for hours. LOL. He was soooo cute! I have a framed picture of him on my wall. <3 ~ETS #soulmates #birds

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Freediver Carlos Correa ascending towards the light on a break during the 2015 Caribbean Cup of Freediving in Roatán, Honduras. IMAGE: ALEX ST. JEAN/NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC TRAVELER PHOTO CONTEST

Monkey La La...one of my favorite drinks from my travels. From Roatan, Honduras: 1 oz vodka 1oz kahlua 1oz baileys 2 oz cream of coconut 1 scoop of vanilla ice cream (or 4 oz milk+cup of ice) Island variation: add 1 banana!

Freediver Carlos Correa ascending towards the light on a break during the 2015 Caribbean Cup of Freediving in Roatan, Honduras. Every time I look at this photo it relaxes me and makes me wonder about how these athletes can reach depths of 300ft. and hold their breath for upwards of 4 minutes. © Alex St. Jean / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

Alexey Molchanov standing at 110 feet, looking up at the Aguila wreck off Roatan, Honduras. Photo: <a href=\"http://liabarrettphotography.com/\" target=_blank>Lia Barrett</a>