Nobody pushes the boundaries of freediving like William Trubridge

New Zealand freediver William Trubridge has fallen agonisingly short of breaking his own world record for the deepest dive without swimming assistance in the Bahamas. Plunging into a 203m deep sinkhole known as Dean’s Blue Hole, Trubridge resurfaced three minutes and 30 seconds after reaching the target depth but the dive was made void after he required assistance from safety divers just meters from the surface.

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One response to “Nobody pushes the boundaries of freediving like William Trubridge”

  1. Its really a very nice blog. As I am a swimmer so I find the interest in it and after reading it, I became a fan of William Trubridge.

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