A New Zealand man set a world record by diving 380 feet beneath the surface of the Atlantic Ocean without the use of fins, the World Records Academy confirmed.
A report on the academy's Web site said Trubridge's record is for "the deepest free immersion dive."
Trubridge, who used the breaststroke to push himself downward, said he struggled with nitrogen narcosis during his feat.
"It was hard to get the tag from the bottom as I struggled with some narcosis," who had set previous records in the competition. "But it's great to have the free immersion record again."