The magical world of upside down underwater ice hockey

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After achieving his first world record in ice diving, Christian Redl was looking for a new challenge, so he invented his own sport: underwater ice hockey.

Each team is made of two freedivers, who use no equipment besides a mask and fins. Under the surface, they lay their stomachs on the ice sheet and hit a large puck into an upside down hockey goal.

SOURCE: BBC.COM

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