Italian man refreshes Guiness World Record for underwater breath holding

11:07, May 15, 2011      

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Italian David Merlini emerges from the water after successfully breaking the Guiness World Record for underwater breath holding in Baofeng Lake, Zhangjiajie City, central China's Hunan Province, May 14, 2011. David Merlini refreshed the Guiness World Record set by Danish Severinsen in 2011 with 20 minutes and 55 seconds. (Xinhua Photo/Ming Xing)


 
 
     
 
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