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662 Feets in Single Breath Underwater – Guinness World Record

Stig Avall Severinsen from Denmark Broke the Guinness World Record with a breath taking attempt after swimming 662 feet and 8.7 inches in a single breath. 

La Paz in Mexico, Stig Severinsen went for a swim, he just had a long one breath before swimming the record breaking distance of 662 feet and 8.7 inches with his head underwater.

According to Stig Severinsen this record breaking attempt is for public awareness to protect the ocean and wildlife and also to motivate children to participate in swimming sports. 

That’s 2 minutes and 42 seconds Stig Severinsen a Danish Swimmer remains under water to inspire children and protect undersea life.

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