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


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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