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France's Arthur Guerin-Boeri sets world record for longest under-ice swim

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French freediver Arthur Guerin-Boeri sets another world record for the longest distance travelled under a sheet of frozen ice with a single breath, swimming 105 metres in Morrison's Quarry, Quebec. Wearing just a pair of swimming trunks, Guerin-Boeri swam for 2 minutes 27 seconds in water that was just 0.7 degrees Celsius.

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