A freediver has set a new world record - plunging 122m into a blue hole in the Bahamas on one breath.
New Zealander William Trubridge set his 16th world mark, beating his own record of 121 metres.
The latest dive saw him hold his breath for four minutes and 24 seconds....
On his website Trubridge wrote that free diving was like being in an endless dream.
“I have a relationship with the depths,” he wrote.
“They beckon me beyond my means, cold, dark, vacant pressure, forever night, endless dreams.”