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Uploaded on Dec 27, 2010

William Trubridge becomes the first human being to dive completely unassisted to 100 meters (one hectometer).
With a single breath of air, and only his hands and feet for propulsion, he set this historic world record in Dean's Blue Hole, Long Island, Bahamas, on December 13, 2010.
The names listed during the descent were the supporters who each purchased a meter of the 100m rope.
For more information on William Trubridge, freediving and courses, visit http://www.verticalblue.net

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