The Dive (the first World Record for Japan) by Sayuri Kinoshita1 min read

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On April 26, 2016 at Deans Blue Hole in the Bahamas, Sayuri Kinoshita became the first Japanese freediver to ever set a world record. Sayuri’s set a World Record in the freediving discipline of constant no-fins (CNF) when she swam on breath-hold down 72m and back with a dive time of three minutes and :04 seconds.

Director of Photography: Rajiv Smith-Mahabir
Underwater Camera: Daan Verhoeven
Media Producer: Francesca Koe
Event Organizer: William Trubridge

Music: Skrillex – “Scary Monsters on Strings” from Spring Breakers soundtrack

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