Poland’s Julia Kozerska this past weekend set a new Women’s World Record in the Dynamic No Fins discipline at the CMAS European Pool Championships in Istanbul, Turkey.

Under World Underwater Federation (CMAS) rules, Kozerska swam 196.95 meters (646 feet) and claimed first place in the competition. Italy’s Alessia Zecchini won a silver medal with a 179.32-meter (588-foot) swim, and France’s Frederique Cordier nabbed a bronze with a 166.52-meter (546-foot) swim, narrowly edging out Italy’s Livia Bregonzio by .31 meters (1 foot).

Zecchini in separate swims at the same event this past weekend set a new Women’s CMAS Dynamic with Monofin World Record with a 253-meter/830-foot swim, and another record with a 228-meter/748-foot Dynamic with Bi-Fins swim.

Check out a video of Kozerska’s world-record swim below.

CMAS Women's DNF Results
CMAS Women’s DNF Results

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