Not long before the big event!
To keep us all in the mood, excited to see, hear and meet up again, stay tuned to the OZDive Show Podcast.
Hosted by Dean Laffan and Michael Menduno (M2), with the odd sound bite from myself (Sue Crowe), this bi-weekly podcast, all about diving, will let you know what to expect in October 2022, as well as highlighting selected presentations from the previous OZTek2019 in full!.
For those who couldn't make it, these podcasts provide a snippet of the camaraderie, topics and a taste of what is to come.
Bookmark: October 1-2, 2022 | Venue: MCEC
To all divers out there - this dive show has everything you need - don't miss it.
We look forward to bringing you the best Australian Diving Show EVER!
011: Paul Toomer from RAID: Are you carrying enough RB Bail Out?
This is an absolute masterclass. In just 30 minutes Paul covers off on a variety of aspects of planning and executing your Rebreather dives and how you should think (or rethink) what you do with your bailout.Read More
010: Mandy-Rae Cruickshank-Krack Journey into Freediving
Mandy-Rae holds 13 Canadian National records & 7 World records. As a six-time member of Team Canada she has been there to help the women’s team to 2 x first place finishes and 3 x third place finishes in AIDA International competitions. Mandy talks about her journey into freediving from Scuba.Read More
007: Dr Dawn Kernagis shares what is known about Human Undersea Resilience and Performance.
Dawn presented at OZTek2019 on extending the Boundaries of Human Undersea Resilience and Performance.Read More
006: Dr Matt Carter explains the 1942 Japanese Midget Submarine attack on Sydney Harbour
May 31, 1942, the War in the Pacific rocked Sydney Harbour as it was attacked by waves of top-secret Japanese Midget Submarines. This ambitious attack shattered Australia’s illusion of safety and came just metres from altering the course of the war, leaving controversy and mystery in its wake.Read More
005: Deborah Johnston explores Mammoth Cave, NSW
Deborah Johnston talk about unlocking the mysteries of Jenolan Cave in the Blue Mountains, NSW. She explores deep sumps and the cave passages beyond within the complex 'Mammoth Cave' system - a series of misadventures and logistical challenges, all the while explaining the more glamorous side of cave diving!Read More
004: Emily Turton - HMS Royal Oak
Emily Turton, technical diver and skipper of the MV Huskyan, specialises in WWI wrecks and gave this World Premiere presentation on a very special survey to commemorate the 80th Anniversary of the sinking of HMS Royal Oak. The Royal Oak is a protected war grave - and no diving is allowed - making these details extra special.Read More
003: Freediving Hazards with Neal Pollock. The known and unknown.
Neal Pollock is an Associate Professor in Kinesiology at Université Laval in Québec, QC and Research Chair at the Centre de Médicine de Plongée du Québec, Hôtel-Dieu de Lévis, QC. In this pod, Neal discusses Freediving Hazards - the Known and the unknown. To introduce the pod, Adam Sellars from the Pressure Project joins the team.Read More
002: Diving near misses, injuries and fatalities with Dr Peter Buzzacott
Dr Peter Buzzacott, a well known diving accident researcher talks about diving accidents minor and major, how we can learn from them and the importance of documenting any and all accidents for future safety.Read More
008: Professor Simon Mitchell & Dr Nick Gant present 'Hypoxia: Insights to a Silent Killer'
How hypoxia can occur in diving, and how failure to recognise its onset is common, illustrating these principles with video and results of their recent experiments.Read More