Kiwi free-diver Ant Williams breaks second world record for deepest ice dive

Less than 48 hours after breaking the world record for the deepest dive under ice, Kiwi free-diver Ant Williams has done it again.

On Saturday (NZ time), Williams plunged 75m below the ice in northern Norway to beat the record he set on Thursday by five metres.

He broke the previous record by five metres two days earlier, when he swam down 70m.

“Today, I pushed deeper under the ice to reach 75m, surpassing my record from two days ago,” he posted on his Facebook page.

See Newshub


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