Stig Severinsen sets a Guinness World Record - Swimming 250 feet below ice




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Published on Sep 17, 2014

On a single breath of air, Stig Severinsen sets a new official Guinness World Record by swimming 250 feet (76.2m) below the ice in a frozen lake in East Greenland where nobody has ever been diving before!

Crowned "The Ultimate Superhuman" by Discovery Channel, winning the show "Superhuman Showdown" in 2012, Stig Severinsen has now faced a new challenge - to dive longer under ice than any man has done before - on a single breath of air wearing only a speedo!

The preparation, training and record dive was closely followed by film producers and scientists was aired on Discovery Channel in October 2013 in the series: "The Man Who Doesn't Breathe".

Material copyright of Discovery Channel.


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