🇨🇴 CMAS Bifins Apnea Constant Weight New World Record by Sofía Gómez Uribe from Colombia in Dominica July 2017
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From July 3rd – 7th 2017, colombian freediver Sofía Gómez Uribe CMAS Bifins Apnea Constant Weight New World Record on Dominica Island on Caribbean Sea.
NEW WORLD RECORD -84 METERS
Friday July 7th
NEW WORLD RECORD -83 METERS
Wednesday July 5th
Review on her website: www.sofiagomezuribe.com
- This record consist in diving as deep as possible holding your breath and with the help of nothing but a pair of Bifins. Sofia has to go deeper than 82m to break the actual record.
- This attempt will have 3 diving days, each day with one possibility of diving, in case the weather conditions are not good or something external happens, Sofía will have more than a chance to make the dive.
The World Record is held by Alenka Artnik form Slovenia at a depth of 82m. It was achieved in the CMAS World Championship in Kaş Turkey, 2016.
This next July, Sofía will try to go deeper than any other woman before with a pair of Bifins. She will be holding her breath for almost 3 minutes, reaching the acuatic habilities of the human being!
Last Updated on January 14, 2020