250 Feet Below 3 Feet of Ice In Speedos – Stig Severinsen Sets New Guinness World Record


Breaking news – Today 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. The previous Guinness World Record for the same stunt was 236 feet (set by Stig March 2010).

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