Watch these Russian freedivers try and break a world record

Watch these Russian freedivers try and break a world record 1


Two Russian freedivers tried to break two Guinness World Records for under-ice diving at Lake Baikal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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4 Comments on "Watch these Russian freedivers try and break a world record"

  1. No ,thanks ! 😵

  2. This is a wet and strange.

  3. TheGoldenTheory | March 30, 2021 at 10:13 PM | Reply

    -Goes swimming in a lake- “and that’s on environmental issues thank you very much”

  4. McLaden Jankovic | March 30, 2021 at 10:46 PM | Reply

    Lake Baikal is one of the deepest lakes in the world where the Soviet navy had an encounter with mermaid-like creatures. The order was given to try to capture one of the beings with a net and that’s when they were thrust towards the surface by the beings with great force which resulted in the deaths of a number of divers.

    The beings didn’t intend to cause any harm until an attempt was made to capture one of them.

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