Diver - unassisted on one breath – to save dolphins - sets world record!

What a man! GoddessLife is dedicated to empowering and celebrating women (with men receiving the benefits:), but that doesn’t stop me from recognizing extraordinary men and their amazing accomplishments. I am now pausing to recognize!

Today in the Bahamas, New Zealander William Trubridge, accomplished what had long been regarded as an impossible feat: swimming to a depth of 100 meters, or 328 feet, on a single breath and with only hands and feet for propulsion. Trubridge named his long-planned endeavor Project Hector to raise awareness for Hector’s dolphins. This species of dolphins are the littlest in the world and face the threat of extinction, largely because of indiscriminate fishing methods and pollution.

 

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