WORLD RECORD BY EGYPTIAN IN SCUBA DIVING :
Egyptian frogman Ahmed Gamal Gabr has broken the world record for deepest scuba dive with a plunge into the Red Sea, Guinness Book of World Records said on September 19, 2014. Gabr a member of the special forces, reached the depth of 332.35 meters in 12 minutes but took almost 15 hours to return to the surface in order to avoid injury or illness. The record was achieved at Red Sea diving resort of Dahab, surpassing the previous mark of 318.25 meters set there in 2005 by South Africa's Nuno Gomez.
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