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Marine stunt performer at GO Diving Show


GO Diving Show

Marine stunt performer, powerboat champion and all-round adventurer Sarah Donohue will be on the Main Stage at the GO Diving Show in March.

Sarah will be familiar to many from her time presenting motorsport TV programmes and her long-running exploits in the world of powerboat racing, but it was a near-fatal boating accident that introduced her to diving, and since then she has gone on to become proficient in marine stunts, a HSE Media Diver and a dedicated marine conservationist.

She will be joining a host of star names on the Main Stage, including TV presenters Andy Torbet, Monty Halls and Miranda Krestovnikoff (the latter two making a welcome return after a one- and two-year hiatus from the show), world-record technical diver Jarrod Jablonski, freediving guru and DEEP team member Kirk Krack and underwater photography master Alex Mustard.

Sarah Donohue

Sarah has had a long career in both motorsport and TV, starting with her own extreme TV show on Granada TV’s Men & Motors in the 1990s. She later went on to present motorsport with Tiff Needell, and Top Gear’s Waterworld on the BBC with Jeremy Clarkson, as well as co-hosting the H2O show for Meridian Television alongside Nick Knowles and Simon Vigar.

With a career in powerboat racing starting in 1993, it wasn’t long before Sarah was racing in America from 2004. She had a bad motorsports crash in 1999 leaving her on a life-support machine, but it didn’t stop her love for extreme sports and stunts.

Sarah specializes in all water stunts on, in and under the water and is a qualified HSE Media Diver – most recently, she finished filming Back in Action as the stunt double for Cameron Diaz.

She is a keen marine conservation advocate, freediver, author and marine biologist in study.

When on dry land, Sarah is a respected sportswoman – a former track and field athlete, she has won the World Tri-Fitness Championships twice against upwards of over 250 athletes, and is qualified not only in diet and nutrition but also as a strength and conditioning coach.

The GO Diving Show

The GO Diving Show returns to the NAEC at Stoneleigh Park, near Kenilworth, on 2-3 March, this time taking in all three halls and expanding to 10,000 sq metres of exhibition space.

As well as the Main Stage, there are also dedicated stages for UK diving, technical diving, underwater photography and inspirational tales, plus the ever-popular Cave, the giant trydive pool. and, new for 2024, an interactive bouldering wall and a dual VR diving simulator so you and your ‘buddy’ can venture off ‘underwater’ together, all scattered among an ever-increasing array of stands from tourist boards, manufacturers, training agencies, resorts, liveaboards, dive centres, retailers and much more.

Tickets, which are valid for the entire weekend and include complementary parking, are available now, priced at £25.

Scuba Diver magazine subscribers receive a special discounted rate (£11.68), and those who have completed a Discover Scuba Diver session, or an open water/advanced open water (or equivalent – see website for full list of relevant courses from PADI, BSAC, NAUI, RAID, SAA, SSI and SDIsince 1 April 2023, are eligible for FREE tickets. Verification of subscription or course completion is required for these special offers.

BSAC, PADI, SDI, NAUI, RAID, SAA or SSI diver? Get in touch with your training agency for special member discounts on tickets!

The 2024 show also sees the Ocean Film Festival taking place on the Saturday evening – settle in and watch a host of award-winning films on our giant screen on the Main Stage. Entrance to the Ocean Film Festival is included in a weekend show ticket, meaning it represents even better value for money! (A ticket to just the Ocean Film Festival on the Saturday evening is £14.94).

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Mark Evans
Scuba Diver's Editorial Director Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 25 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. nearly 40-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.
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