Is this guy a seal?

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+25 1. ZaMpTi commented 8 years ago

Unfortunately he got DQ and it was not counted as new world record.

http://www.wired.com/playbook/2011/02/dolphin-man-denied-record/

Impressive anyways
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+20 2. joka232 commented 8 years ago

if you look closely you can see him transform back to human as he rises to the surface :D good stuff :P
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+2 3. camo commented 8 years ago

didn't really think you could go faster underwater. i think prefer to see that type of race.
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+6 4. archis commented 8 years ago

agree, who needs air anyway
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+2 5. RandurSource commented 8 years ago

I can also swim faster underwater, but not that long.

I found an earlier post of this clip: http://www.snotr.com/video/7594/Awesome_Swimmer
but this new one is a bit longer and better quality
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+1 6. LightAng3l commented 8 years ago

This video was here before.. I even remember my comment.. like it was yesterday.
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+1 7. Hellstone commented 8 years ago

You dont mess with the Zohan :D
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+1 8. RetroGrade77 commented 8 years ago

#3 Ask and you shall receive: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2oTlD6SuvNk The strategy of underwater dolphin kicking originated with David Berkoff. 1988 was the only Olympics in which you could dolphin kick underwater as far as you wanted to.
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0 9. Excellence (admin) commented 8 years ago

#5 thx, we deleted the old one :idea:
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+1 10. Zeusisgreat commented 8 years ago

and thaaats, how you do that :P