German freediver Jennifer Wendland has set a new world record in the Constant Weight with Bifins discipline at the AIDA Limassol Depth Games in Cyprus.
Wendland dove to 93 meters (305.12 feet) over the past weekend, surpassing the 92 meters set by Slovakian Alenka Artnik in 2019.
According to Wendland’s Facebook page:
“It was my dream for a very long time to set a freediving world record. After all this hard training my dream is now reality. After being sick the week before I had lost a bit of hope that I will get the chance to do this dive in the comp. But a perfect training dive two days before the comp gave me the trust that this will be the moment to announce a world record. I enjoyed every second of my dive, and this was only possible with the right team around me.”
Weltrekord: 93m mit Bifins bei der AIDA Limassol Depth Games auf Zypern! ??93m Bifins World Record at AIDA Limassol…