French freediver Arnaud Jeraud just broke his own world record for deepest freedive at 120 meters at the prestigious Vertical Blue competition in the Bahamas. His 3 minute 34 second dive was done using bi-fins, a discipline he has specialized in. While the breath hold period might not actually be that long, it’s the crushing pressure of the 120-meter depth that really does it. Besides, the first thing that crossed my mind when watching this was “man…it’s so dark down there.”
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