Saddam’s record of 145 hours underwater

Not an hour or two. Saddam al-Kilani, a 29-year-old Egyptian man, set a world record by spending 145 hours and 30 minutes underwater. Surprising to hear, but it is true.

On November 5 last year, after all the preparations, Saddam entered the Red Sea. He went underwater. Then 145 hours and 30 minutes are cut. That is more than 7 days. Despite his goal of staying underwater for 150 hours, Saddam was released on bail.

By then, Saddam had taken over the record. In 2016, Cyprus’ Cam Crab set a record of 142 hours and 48 minutes underwater. This time, Saddam broke his own record and set a new one. Saddam also broke his own personal record. Earlier, the Egyptian youth had set a record of staying underwater for 121 hours.

Saddam is a scuba diver by profession. Netdunia is also shocked by his fame. Many have praised his work. The Guinness Book of World Records has documented videos, photos, and documents of his accomplishments. Saddam’s name will soon be on the Guinness Book of World Records.

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A team of medical experts helped Saddam set the record. There were also other scuba divers. Meanwhile, a video of him being under water has gone viral on social media. Many have praised Saddam’s reputation.

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