Bubbles of joy… breathing in and breathing out into the big blue.
Unbelievable! The German diver Tom Sietas set up a new record in holding his breath for 22:22 minutes. Wow – anybody who ever free-dived knows what that means. All the others: just watch your clock for 22 minutes and imagine not breathing! And this isn’t the first time Tom Sietas has set a record static apnea (a fancy term for holding your breath for a really long time) or dynamic apnea (swimming a distance while holding your breath).
Read more about this phenomenal achievement and watch the video from his last record 2008 in Spain.