Two more world records were set on the second day of the CMAS World Indoor Freediving Championship in Belgrade, Serbia.
The records were set in the Dynamic with Bifins discipline, with France’s Guillaume Burdilla swimming 274.7m/901.25ft, and even second place was won by Poland’s Mateusz Malina with a distance of 274.06m/899.15ft, almost 10 meters/33ft better than the previous best result in the world.
On the women’s side, Croatia’s Mirela Kardasevic set a new world record with a 250m/820ft swim. Additionally, Serbia’s Tijana Nikolic swam 180.4m/591.86ft, setting a new national record and taking 11th place. Not only that, Ecuador’s Maria Veronica Cordova Mancheno continued her continental winning ways with a 223.3m/739.17ft swim and a Pan American record, her second in as many days.
Check out the Day 2 video highlights and full results below.
(Featured image credit: David Damnjanovic)