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Tom Sietas (born 12 January 1977 in Hamburg, Germany) is a German freediver. He specializes in the static apnea event, holding his breath under water, and the dynamic apnea event, swimming the greatest possible distance underwater without breathing. Sietas started free diving in the year 2000. Since then, he has set many world records and won many titles, including taking the world record from American extreme performer David Blaine about four and a half months after Blaine's much-publicised achievement in mid-2008. Sietas went on to add over five minutes to that record, which stood at 22:22 minutes when it was broken by Goran Čolak.

History of records

Personal bests

Discipline Result Accreditation
Time STA 10:12min
STA O2 22:22min Guinness
Distance DNF 213m AIDA
DYN 223m AIDA
Depth CWT 70m AIDA

See also

References

  1. ^ Newcomb, Tim (2012-06-05). "German Diver Sets Breath-Holding Record: 22 Minutes, 22 Seconds". Time. ISSN 0040-781X. Retrieved 2023-05-25.
  2. ^ "Diver bests own breath-holding record". Archived from the original on 2012-11-09. Retrieved 2010-12-05.

2.Thợ lặn Đức lập kỷ lục nín thở: 22 phút 22 giây | TIME.com