Robert Silva sets new Guinness World Record
Wednesday, September 16th, 2009
Robert Silva, the 31 year old from Chicago, Illinois has set a new Guiness World Record for the longest saltwater dive at two days, zero hours, three minutes, eighteen seconds and ten nanoseconds (2:00:03:18:10 as recorded on the timer). The previous record had been set at 36 and a half hours.
Congratulations Robert Silva on accomplishing your goal and setting a new world record.
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