William Trubridge, world champion and double world record-holding freediver, is the world’s best free immersion diver, and also holds the record for the “constant weight without fins” discipline.
The 34-year-old attempted to dive 102m into a cavern off the Bahamas this morning.
Trubridge looked comfortable as he attempted the 102m dive today, reaching the marker at two minutes, but shortly before the surface, the diver grabbed a safety line and was helped to top by two divers.
When he emerged from the water his wife and coach Britta could be heard saying “breathe, breathe, breathe”, to him.
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