Deepest Cold Water Scuba Dive On Compressed Air Following Recovery From A Stroke

England Neal Breeden


Chepstow, South West England, England / June 11, 2015

Neal Breeden performed a scuba dive in cold water 62.5 meters deep.

Breeden suffered a stroke following medical complications on November 2008. He recovered and spent three years training in scuba diving. He made the record attempt on June 2015 with his friend and instructor.

PLEASE NOTE: We will only accept submissions from trained divers holding current certifications in this category.

- must be a patient recovered from a stroke
- record setter MUST be endorsed medically fit to dive post-SAH by an approved diving physician
- must be a qualified diver and qualified to dive to the attempted depths
- cold water is defined as 8 degrees celsius or less
- compressed air is defined as normal breathing air made up of 21% oxygen, 78% nitrogen, 1% trace gases
- must follow form of current world record holder
- must provide video evidence


Tags: sportswaterdivingdeepeststrokescuba divecold water

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