Incredible New Guinness World Record – 24 Minute O2 Assisted Breath-Hold


The Guinness World Record for the longest underwater breath-hold has just been shattered – Aleix Segura from Spain held his breath for 24 minutes 3 seconds, after breathing Oxygen as part of his breath-up, on February 28th 2016 at the 17th Mediterranean Dive Show in Barcelona.

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Video: Aleix Segura breath-holding 23 min 9 sec in February 2016

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