German lasted 22 minutes without air
Tom Sitas stayed under water without air 22 minutes and 22 seconds. 35-year-old German has competed with the former record holder in this discipline Brazilian Ricardo Bahia.
German diver Tom Sitas set a new world record for static apnea - breath on minimal depth in a relaxed state.
Volume Sitas stayed under water without air 22 minutes and 22 seconds. Over the weekend, China's 35-year-old German fought with the former record holder in this discipline Brazilian Ricardo Bahia.
Both athletes climbed into containers with water, to try not to give way to each other in the length of the delay breathing. Brazilian record, which is included in the Guinness Book of Records, was 20 minutes 21 seconds.
Citas before immersing the food did not take more than five hours, to slow down the body's metabolism. Then while breathing pure oxygen from a cylinder, without this be impossible without air so long. His personal respiratory delay record without the use of pure oxygen is 10 minutes 12 seconds. For the first time the ability of the freediver a very long time under water without air saw his diving instructor, who taught the art of Tom apnea. Now the German lung capacity by 20% more than the average person.
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