Irish diver wants to break world record

After breaking a record in 2009, 35-year-old Irishman Sean Mc Gahern is trying to have his name again in the Guiness Book of records by breaking the record for the world’s longest dive in warm open waters.

Diving will begin at September 24. Beyond the purpose of breaking the record, the diver is trying to raise money for the Psoriasis Association.

Aim’s Mc Gahern is to break the record for the warm open water dive, which currently is 51 hours and 10 minutes, extending to the time between 55 hours and 60 hours.
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