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Raghda Ezzeldin


Raghda started freediving in 2016 and set four national records before she decided to take a break from competitive freediving and explore water movement without expectations or performance objectives. She became passionate about helping women explore their feminine power and express it freely through art and movement. She has worked with many artists on creating artistic underwater stories and videos. Raghda was listed on the BBC 100 most inspiring women in 2018 for her passion and efforts in encouraging women to pursue their dreams. She is very passionate about education and raising awareness on marine life protection and living in harmony with nature.