Poland’s Julia Kozerska set a women’s world record on the first day of the CMAS World Indoor Freediving Championship in Belgrade, Serbia.
On Sunday June 12th, Kozerska swam 210m/689ft in the Dynamic Without Fins (DNF) discipline, while Croatia’s Mirela Kardasevic came in second with a 200m/656ft swim and Poland’s Magdalena Solich-Talanda nabbed the bronze with a 198.69m/651.87ft swim.
Additionally, Ecuador’s Maria Veronica Cordova Mancheno came in eighth overall and earned a Pan American Continental record with a 150m/492ft swim.
On the Men’s side, Poland’s Mateusz Malina earned a gold medal with a 233.8m/767.06ft swim; Croatia’s Vanja Peles got the silver with a 227.3m/745.73ft swim and France’s Guillaume Bourdila earning a bronze with a 210.7m/691.27ft swim.
Check out the Day 1 video highlights and full results below.
(Featured image credit: David Damnjanovic)