Divers Stage a Disorienting Game of Upside-Down Ice Hockey Beneath the Surface of a Frozen Lake

A video by German news agency RuptlyTV captures a disorienting game of upside-down ice hockey staged by a team of Siberian scuba divers beneath the surface of a frozen Russian lake. The divers used a floating puck and cut triangular holes in the ice to serve as goals.

Matches featured two teams of three players each and did not exceed 15 minutes, and ended as soon as the first goal had been scored. With the underside of the frozen surface acting as the pitch, the players had to strike the puck swimming upside-down.

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