Man Sets World Record For Longest Swim Underwater On One Breath [Video]

Carlos Coste is a free diver from Venezuela who just set the Guinness World Record for longest distance swam underwater while holding breath. Carlos actually first broke this record back in 2010, and he’s been attempting in vain to break his own record for the past 7 years.

After trying in vain to best his previous attempt, Carlos finally broke his own record on a recent open water swim when he went 177 meters (580 feet 8.5 inches) on a single breath. The world record feat took place near Kralendijk, Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles, and it was certified by a Guinness World Record official:

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