Croatian Freediver Mirela Kardasevic has broken the women’s AIDA world record with a 208-meter (656 foot) swim in the Dynamic Apnea with Bifins discipline.

Kardasevic achieved the feat at the 2019 Russian Open Pool Championship In Honor Of Natalia Molchanova.

According to a post on her Instagram page, she was happy with her results in spite of being sick. In addition to her world-record swim, she also posted a gold Medal with a 161-meter (528-foot) Dynamic No Fins swim as well as a 225-meter (738-foot) Dynamic With Fins (monofin) swim.

She added:

“Now it’s time to get my health back and then start training again.”

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Open Russian Indoor Championship is over. For this time of the year, I am more than happy with my results and being sick has made it a lot harder to compete but I tried to enjoy my dives as much as I could. 3 days 3 gold medals… 1st day was DNF dive with 161m, 2nd day was DYN bifin with 208m which is now a new AIDA world record, and 3rd day was DYN monofin with 225m. . Now its time to get my health back and then start training again. 🤙 ___________________________________ #freediving #freediver #molchanovs #bestfreedivegear #underwater #deeperblue #underwaterlife #dream #apnea #music #coldplay #explore #photography #startsomethingpriceless #universe #mermaid #breathhold #competition #ocean #flowstate #flyon #athlete #extreme #swimming #pool #water #LifeIsAWorkout #croatia

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