French freediver breaks deep dive world record

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A French freediver broke the deepest dive world record as he descended to a depth of 120m (393ft) in bi-fins.
Arnaud Jerald took 3 minutes and 34 seconds to complete the dive, during the annual Vertical Blue competition in the Bahamas.
It's the seventh time the 26-year-old has broken the world record in his career.
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