A man set a world record: he dived 52 meters into an icy lake in swimming trunks - ForumDaily
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The man set a world record: he dived 52 meters into an icy lake in swimming trunks

Freediver David Wenzl set a Guinness World Record on March 14 by diving to a depth of 52,1 meters on Lake Sils in Switzerland - without a wetsuit. New York Post.

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The 40-year-old Czech diver took just one breath before diving into an ice hole to retrieve a mark placed at a depth of 52,1 meters to prove his record.

Wencl emerged from the same hole in the ice 1 minute and 54 seconds later, spat some blood and opened a bottle of champagne.

His promoter Pavel Kalous said the swim took longer than expected.

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"He kind of enjoyed it, but he admits he was a little more nervous than usual and had trouble breathing," Calus said.

“There is nothing difficult for him to be in cold water. The lack of oxygen for him is something normal. But it was different, because working with ear pressure in cold water is really hard,” Klaus said. “When you combine all three of these things—cold water, lack of oxygen, and problems with working under pressure—you get something completely unique.”

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The water temperature was between 1C and 4C when Wencl took a decisive step into the hole. The air temperature fluctuated around 4 degrees Celsius.
Wencl later visited the hospital to confirm that the record dive posed no serious risk.

The Guinness World Record is the second for Vencl - he first got into the book in 2021, swimming 78 meters underwater on an icy Czech lake in just one breath.

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