French diver breaks world record with deep dive

HISTORY: This freediver broke the world record for the deepest dive
Location: Long Island, Bahamas
Arnaud Jerald, 26, descended in bi-fins to a depth of 393.7 feet
The dive lasted 3 minutes and 34 seconds
It is the seventh time in his career that the Frenchman has broken the world record
[Arnaud Jerald, French Freediver] “It was an amazing dive. I can't believe I made it. I put all my effort into my training here this winter to make it. But in the end, if you made it, it's definitely bigger than what I can imagine and I feel safe with the team here. It was my seventh world record and now I think I'm really enjoying it because it was over as the statue (meaning) of the world record, it was easy to enjoy my dive first and after that everything can come easily. I was focused the day before and now after this dive we can safely say what we can do which I hope. I just need to have more fun and keep going, train more.

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