Freediving World Record

Freediving World Record – 88m without fins

William Trubridge breaks the freediving world record without fins with a dive to 88m (288 feet) in 3:30 in Dean’s Blue Hole, Bahamas.
William Trubridge (born on May 24, 1980) is a New Zealand free-diver and world record holder. Trubridge currently holds the world record in Constant Weight without fins disciplines.
On 10 April 2009 during the Vertical Blue 2009 free-diving competition, Trubridge set the Constant Weight without fins world record with a depth of 88m (288.71 ft) and a dive time of 3:30, breaking his previous record of 86m (282.15 ft) set on the 10 April 2008. He broke his own record again on 3 December 2009 with a depth of 90 m (300 ft).
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