William Trubridge | Dean's Blue Hole World Record
World of Adventure | Features • 2m 54s
William Trubridge attempts a new freediving world record at Dean's Blue Hole in The Bahamas. If successful Trubridge will dive to an amazing 407 feet and hold his breath for over 4 minutes and 30 seconds. See what happens in this exclusive clip from World of Adventure.
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