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Reader Rankings: Top 10 Advanced Dives

Want to go a little deeper or venture inside a wreck or drift along with a ripping current? If you have the skills and training for advanced diving, you'll love these spots that our readers picked. These rankings are part of our 2017 World's Best Platinum Awards, a readers survey. For more on the survey and method, click here. Palancar Horseshoe, Cozumel, Mexico 15.99% Blue Corner, Palau 6.28% Darwin and Wolf Islands, Galapagos Islands 4.59% Cathedrals (First and Second), Lanai 3.61% San Francisco Maru, Chuuk Lagoon 3.61% Lost Blue Hole, Exuma Cays, Bahamas 3.42% Alcyone, Cocos Island, Costa Rica 2.72% Tiger Beach, Bahamas 2.63% Andros Blue Hole, Andros, Bahamas 2.48% Cabo Pulmo, Baja California, Mexico 2.20% The Top 3 Palancar Horseshoe | Cozumel, Mexico Start with the U-shaped amphitheater that gives this Cozumel favorite its name. All around the sand are towering brain corals and barrel sponges. The reefs themselves are like irregular pyramids, some rising from 100 feet deep to within 20 feet of the surface. Plus, this site is rife with canyons and caves with entrances that seem large enough to drive a car into. Leave the sandy flats and this site gets more advanced the farther you drop down the wall into the blue abyss. The currents aren’t felt on the flat upper reef shelf, but as soon as you swim over that edge, it’s like taking an on ramp to the freeway.


Klitschko Auctions Off Robe From Joshua Fight, With USB Prediction

WLADIMIR KLITSCHKO HAS raised £160,000 [$215,000] for charity by auctioning the boxing robe he wore in his last competitive bout against Anthony Joshua, along with a USB stick containing his prediction for the fight. Klitschko retired earlier this year at the age of 41, following his defeat to Joshua in a world title fight in April. The memory stick was sewn into the garment when he entered the ring at the Wembley arena. The reigning champion Joshua defeated the Ukranian in an 11th round stoppage to add the WBA, IBO titles to his IBF belt. Klitschko held the auction in the Royal Horticultural Society Halls in London, with all proceeds going to projects supported by the Klitschko Foundation for children. The buyer of the robe is unknown. Estrella "Chacala" Valverde attended the WBC's weekly press conference and commented: "Everything is ready for our second major boxing card in Tecamac that will be headed by the attractive international women's title fight between Japan's Nana Yoshikawa against Mexican contender Dalia Lopez ". "We present the second boxing card of Chacala Promotions, which is a great platform for many young people, for fighters with extensive experience and great talent," said the WBC International champion. Japan`s Nana Yoshikawa has a record of 9 fights, 7 won and only two defeats. In peak physical condition and lots of motivation after a high technical training camp…Nana insists that she`s well on her way to conquer the WBC interim flyweight title.