Unassisted World Record 100 Meter Dive

William Trubridge set a new world record by diving to a depth of 100 meters. He was underwater for 4 minutes and 10 seconds on a single breath of air in order to accomplish this remarkable feat. His charitable cause of choice is to bring awareness to the plight of Hector’s Dolphins.

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