New GUINNESS world record – freediving under ice

Yesterday, Stig Avail Severinsen set a new Guiness world record under ice. Wearing nothing more than the skin he was born with and a patch of lycra for a swimsuit, Stig successfully beat the previous record of 57.5 meters with a breath-hold swim of 72 meters (236.22 ft) under ice so thick they had to drill holes to get into it.



See the video of the new Guiness World Record Under Ice here below:

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