Tunisian freediver Walid Boudhiaf set a new world record in the variable weight modality of the International Association for the Development of Apnea.
Last Sunday, January 17, 2021, the Tunisian freediver Walid Boudhiaf acheived a new world record in the variable weight modality of the International Association for the Development of Apnea (AIDA), in the waters of Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt.
Walid made a dive of -150 meters in variable weight Apnea, in which the freediver dives with the help of a sled and ascends with his own effort with the impulse of his arms or by flapping flapping, surpassing the previous mark of -146m that had the Greek Stavros Kastrinakis since November 2015.
The official information of the announcement of the world record is published in the official website of AIDA International WR Attempt Sharm FIM WR Attempt Sharm VWT.
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Historical Variable Weight world records.
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