Freediver Alessia Zecchini Sets New CMAS World Record

Freediver Alessia Zecchini Sets New CMAS World Record

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CMAS-World Underwater Federation announced that Italian freediver Alessia Zecchini has set a breathtaking new world record in Free Immersion Freediving (FIM) at the National Events Open Camotes Freediving Challenge in the Philippines! 🇵🇭

Alessia Zecchini surpassed her previous CMAS Free Immersion world record by 3 meters on April 19th, reaching a depth of 104 meters. Her record dive took her 3min 46sec.

This new FIM record was established during the Camotes Freediving Challenge near Cebu, Philippines, on its second day. This week-long, limited-entry event began on April 17th. In Free Immersion, divers do not use fins and must descend and ascend by pulling themselves along the rope.

Zecchini previously established her 101m CMAS record in the Bahamas in July 2021. While her AIDA Free Immersion world record stands at 98m, achieved in Curaçao in October 2019, she also dominates all three AIDA Constant Weight (CWT) categories.



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