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New Static World Record

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fpernett

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I think I post it in the wrong place: During the official static performance, in the Extreme Challenge Competition, the female freediver Natalia Fernandez did an static time of 6'47" !!!.
The record will be validated by the Colombian Federation of Underwater Activities.
 

neshamah

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ok

Congratulation

is natalia from colombia or venezuela?

saludos

como la estan pasando por alla ?
 

Pezman

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Amazing performance. Congratulations!
 
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skarz

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Is that even legal? That is forever!!! I'm still breaking the 1:00 barrier :) Congrats 10x!
 
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