VIDEO: Czech Freediver Sets World Record

VIDEO: Czech Freediver Sets World Record

At the 2nd annual CMAS Apnea World Championship Outdoor, held from October 2-9 off the coast of Antalya, Turkey, Czech diver Alena Konečná accomplished a special feat. 

During the freediving championships, in which divers attempt to reach the lowest depths possible without the aid of breathing equipment, Konečná took home a gold medal in the category of No Fins with a 60-meter dive.

The dive is also being called a new world record in the Women’s Constant No Fins category. 

Video from Diveye Freediving, which uses a special underwater drone to capture footage of the divers in action, caught the record-setting dive. 

Just don’t hold your breath in an attempt to match Konečná’s feat while watching:

Konečná also won silver medals in the Constant Bi Fins and Constant Weight disciplines, with 70-meter and 85-meter dives, respectively.

You can follow more of Konečná’s dives via her Facebook page.

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Dave Park

David Park was born and raised in Baltimore and has been living in the Czech Republic since 2009 after studying journalism in Prague. No stranger to controversial topics, feel free to comment on his articles and let him know how you *really* feel.

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