Czech diver breaks world record for ice swimming | world

Czech diver breaks world record for ice swimming |  world

Czech free diver David Wensel broke the world record of swimming under the ice on Tuesday (23) after traveling 81 meters submerged in a frozen lake, wearing only swim trunks in icy water.

In water measured at a temperature of 3 ° C, and raising his fist in celebration, Wensl said after emerging from his minute and half of swimming.

David Wensel celebrates breaking ice swimming record. – Photo: Reuters.

A 38-year-old man dived through a 30 cm thick hole in the ice, in a frozen lake Austria, Located 100 km northwest of Prague, in an old quarry in Lahost Czech Republic.

Due to the Kovid-19 restrictions, which made international travel difficult, Wensel did not cross the challenge the same as the previous record holder. Stig Evel Severinssen, Se Denmark, Swam 250 feet, equivalent to 76 meters, in October 2017, in Greenland.

David Wensel celebrated after breaking a new ice swimming record after traveling 81 meters underwater. – Photo: Reuters.

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