Herbert Nitch

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  • #17606

    BostjanR81
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    #17607

    Jure Daić
    Keymaster

    Objavljene so aktualne novice glede Herbertove rehabilitacije: http://www.diveandphoto.net/the-herbert-nitsch-blog/news-of-herbert.html

    Dosegel je globino med 249m in 250m. Vzrok težav po potopu bi naj bila zračna ebolija, kar še ni dokončno potrjeno. Trenutno je na rehabilitaciji v Nemčiji kamor so ga prestavili iz Aten. Napreduje zelo hitro in v kratkem bi naj bil spet doma. Na potop je šel z rekordnim št. globinomerjev, globje od 200m so preživeli le 4. :D :D :D

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    #17608

    Killa
    Participant

    Jutr ob 22:15 bo pri stern tv reportaža o Herbertu in tem rekordnem potopu s posnetki potopa in reševanja.

    #17609

    Jure Daić
    Keymaster

    Je kdo gledal reportažo? Sem se spomnil, ko je že bilo mimo.

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    #17610

    Killa
    Participant

    Valda sm tud js pozabil gledat ampak mislim, da bo dans ponovitev.

    #17611

    BostjanR81
    Participant

    Jaz sem jo gledal, pa je bla precej hmm.. skopa. o samem potopu, pripravah in o dogajanju po potopu nič kaj novega. niti niso omenili, da je dejansko šel na 249m.

    #17612

    Jure Daić
    Keymaster
    #17613

    Jure Daić
    Keymaster

    Po daljšem času ponovno novice o Herbertu. Oče je spregovoril o Herbertovem stanju. Pravi, da je njegovo stanje vedno boljše in da se bo sčasoma popolno rehabilitiral zaradi njegove dobre fizične kondicije in psihične moči. Nesreča bi naj bila hujša kot so sprva prikazovali menedžerji, je pa izven življenje nevarnosti (o čemer se špekulira v medijih). Novica je iz deeperblu strani: http://www.deeperblue.com/herbert-nitsch-father-breaks-silence-on-sons-condition/

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    #17614

    Jure Daić
    Keymaster

    Včeraj sem videl Herberta. Ko ga a hitro pogledaš se ti zdi, da je z njim vse ok, le da je zelo shujšal. Ko pa sem bil pozoren na njegovo hojo sem videl, da desno nogo meče naprej, kot da je lesena in da mu desna roka visi, kot da je nima pod kontrolo. Bo še dolga pot do popolne rehabilitacije, če sploh bo popolna. Z njim sem se na kratko pogovarjal, ostal je še vedno enako nasmejan in pozitiven kot je bil.

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    #17616

    Jure Daić
    Keymaster

    Eden od prvih intervjujev po Herbertovi nesreči (za tiste ki razumejo Nemško). Žal ni kaj dosti novih informacij. http://www.krone.at/Oesterreich/Extremtaucher_Nitsch_kaempft_sich_zurueck_ins_Leben-Nach_Apnoe-Unfall-Story-353137?utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=SocialMedia&utm_content=Pinnwand&utm_campaign=krone.at_%C3%96sterreich&fb_action_ids=10200544282427285&fb_action_types=og.recommends&fb_source=other_multiline&action_object_map={%2210200544282427285%22%3A619533814728707}&action_type_map={%2210200544282427285%22%3A%22og.recommends%22}&action_ref_map

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    #17617

    pehtran
    Participant

    Tale tekst je bil preveden iz nemščine na Deeperblueju:

    Zelo zanimiv!

    “I better shouldn’t have done it”

    On the 6th of June 2012 Herbert Nitsch went down to close to 250 meters to improve his own world record in freediving. This nearly cost his life. After nine months he finally resurfaced.

    After a dive to 214 meters Herbert Nitsch was already world record holder in freediving. But the 42 year old man from Vienna wanted more. So using a sled he went down to close to the unimaginable depth of 250 meters. On the way back the drama started to unfold. Philip Bauer spoke with the “deepest man on earth” about this disastrous day and its consequences.

    derStandard.at: The most important question in the beginning: How are you nine month after your accident?

    Nitsch: It could be better, my right side is quite inhibited. I can walk worse, not run, have problems with balance, writing and as you can hear also with speaking.

    derStandard.at: I can understand you well.

    Nitsch: If I speak faster I splutter. But it’s getting better, slowly, very slowly. The rehabilitation is intense, 24/7. But there is hope for full recovery.

    derStandard.at: How bad was the situation directly after the dive?

    Nitsch: Very serious.

    derStandard.at: Life threatening?

    Nitsch: Briefly yes. I was put into an artificial coma.

    derStandard.at: Afterwards, you vanished.

    Nitsch: First I was in Meidling [Part of Vienna] for rehabilitation. Afterwards I was commuting between Meidling, the doctors and my home. And I refused to talk to the media.

    derStandard.at: How was that time for you from a psychological point of view?

    Nitsch: At first it was hard, I was very impatient, desperate. And I was afraid. It was difficult to accept to not be in control of everything. But now the worst has been overcome.

    derStandard.at: Do you remember the 6th of June 2012?

    Nitsch: Not really. The reality is merged with the videos that I have seen. My memory has been badly hit. But parts of it are coming back, often it’s just a certain link that is missing.

    derStandard.at: How can one imagine this?

    Nitsch: The consequences are similar to multiple strokes. The files are still here but you don’t know where to find them.

    derStandard.at: But it seems as if the system would be working again.

    Nitsch: Yes. At first I began to sputter in the middle of a sentence. I also couldn’t remember very simple words, “tree” for example. I knew what a tree was but I couldn’t name it.

    derStandard.at: Can you remember that we were talking before your record attempt?

    Nitsch: (laughs) No. When was that?

    derStandard.at: One day before. You were very busy.

    Nitsch: In this time everything came at once and I had to organize a lot of things myself. I was under pressure

    derStandard.at: Maybe too much pressure?

    Nitsch: Yes the pressure was huge. Not just financially also from the media. I didn’t want to disappoint my sponsors and helpers. Additionally, I invested 100.000 or more Euro into it and I didn’t think that it would go wrong.

    derStandard.at: Which worst-case-scenario did you anticipate?

    Nitsch: That I won’t make it, i.e. not reach the depth. Or that my eardrums will implode. That might hurt a lot, but normally heals within weeks without leaving a trace behind.

    derStandard.at: Did you underestimate the risks and ignored the warnings from the doctors?

    Nitsch: They went into another direction. I have eliminated the known dangers through precautions. Previously people from the scene were laughing at me because I was so focused at safety. But this time something happened which has never before happened in freediving.

    derStandard.at: And that is?

    Nitsch: I lost my consciousness due to rapture of the deep which normally happens due to lack of oxygen. That also looks horrendous but would have been harmless. We would have laughed about it.

    derStandard.at: When did you loose you consciousness?

    Nitsch: Around 100 meters below the surface during ascent. Then the sled pulled me to a depth of 15 meters and my safety divers brought me to the surface.

    derStandard.at: Was the rescue chain organized optimally?

    Nitsch: Yes, we did everything that was possible for us. A compression chamber on the dive site would have been ideal. I was investigating that at the time but safety is always a matter of money.

    derStandard.at: Does the human body reach its limit at this depth and we have to accept that?

    Nitsch: With increasing depth it simply becomes more dangerous. And at some stage you have to weight the risks and goals. I thought that at this depth the risk would be acceptable for me.

    derStandard.at: In hindsight was it worth the risk?

    Nitsch: (without hesitating) No. I shouldn’t have done it.

    derStandard.at: Some critics will now think that you have come to reason.

    Nitsch: I have subjected myself to a risk. But one should not judge about it without seriously studying the subject. Just saying that it is dangerous is something that I consider fatuous.

    derStandard.at: Your project has polarized our community. Some saw the pioneer, others the daredevil.

    Nitsch: Where would we be without the Wright brothers? In the eyes of some is this hunt for records just an unnecessary ego-trip.

    derStandard.at: And for you?

    Nitsch: For a long time it was just a hobby. I was in envy for the people at the sea and wanted to get to know both my limits and my body. If I could beat a record by doing that, that was a nice side-effect.

    derStandard.at: The danger of an accident has never put you off?

    Nitsch: The fatal accident of my colleague … I have problems with names … (Loic Leferme). Yes, that really made me think. But should you lock yourself at home? People die daily in traffic.

    derStandard.at: But these people do not actively search for the danger.

    Nitsch: Freediving is not just danger, but in the first place it’s fun and passion.

    derStandard.at: Do you still have this passion or have you stopped freediving?

    Nitsch: Recently during snorkelling in the south-sea I have been freediving again. The hunt for records has already previously been only a small percentage of my activity. I will continue to film underwater and take pictures. And I want to construct a submarine.

    derStandard.at: How did your comeback in the water feel?

    Nitsch: It was like returning to my element. It was not very easy to keep the orientation. The advantage in the water: You can’t fall, it doesn’t hurt. For a holiday it was sufficient.

    derStandard.at: And further?

    Nitsch: It is not very good if, during filming, your right hand is shaking.

    derStandard.at: Do you already have plans for your future career?

    Nitsch: I have recently met Jean-Michel Cousteau. He is engaged in the protection of the oceans and this is the route that I want to follow. The protection of our environment is something that has become more and more important for me over the last couple of years.

    derStandard.at: But you will stop hunting for records completely?

    Nitsch: I will not say anything. But definitely not right away.

    derStandard.at: And what about your profession as pilot?

    Nitsch: (laughs) I wouldn’t go on board if I were the pilot. I will definitely not return to this profession.

    derStandard.at: Is it actually important for you if your dive to 249.5 meters will be an official world record?

    Nitsch: It doesn’t matter. I was at that depth. And in any case I’m the world-record-holder. So it’s twice sausage [meaning it really doesn’t matter]. Other things are more important now.

    #17618

    Jure Daić
    Keymaster

    Zelo zanimiv članek. Mogoče veš kje je bil objavljen?

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    #17619

    Killa
    Participant

    saj ti piše – derstandard.at

    #17620

    Jure Daić
    Keymaster
    #17621

    gnioco
    Participant
    #17622

    Jure Daić
    Keymaster

    Zanimivo brabnje. Nekaj vprašanj in odgovorov se ponovi, je pa veliko koristnih informacij. Všeč mi je, da odgovarja realno in se ne trudi prirejat resnice.

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    #17615

    Jure Daić
    Keymaster

    Danes bo Herbert ob 22.15 na RTL v oddaji Stern TV.

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    #17623

    Jure Daić
    Keymaster

    Dober in zanimiv prispevek. Zanimivi so posnetki, takoj po potopu, na deki z O2, reševanje, bolnica,… Sem se kar zamislil ko sem gledal te posnetke. V spominu ga imam kot supermena, potem pa ga vidiš v bolnici, kjer ni sposoben govorit in stat. Groza! Na govoru se mu še precej pozna.

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    #17624

    BostjanR81
    Participant

    Jure: maš kak link, kje bi se reportažo dalo videt prek neta??

    #17625

    Jure Daić
    Keymaster

    Mam doma posneto. Če boš kaj v MB lahko vidiš. Na netu je mogoče kaj. Če bo verjami, da bo takoj na FB in potem dam link na forum.

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