Arnaud Jerald descended 122 meters

Frenchman Arnaud Jerald batted For the eighth time in his career The world record in freediving to a depth of 122 meters at constant weight with double fins.

Jerald was employed 105 seconds for the descent and 109 seconds for the ascentwhich means he was underwater for more than three and a half minutes.

The 27-year-old accomplished the feat on Thursday, July 20 in the Bahamas vertical blue, one of the most important freediving competitions in the world.

At the Vertical Blue, 44 of the best freediving specialists in the world compete against each other Dean’s Blue Hole from Long Island, in the Bahamas.

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