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Croatian freediver Mirela Kardašević sets new world record 

Mirela Kardašević

Mirela Kardašević (Photo: Instagram)

RIJEKA, 5 March 2022 – Croatian freediver Mirela Kardašević has set another world record.

The 34-year-old from Zagreb set a new world record at the Croatian National Championships in Rijeka on Saturday. 

Mirela, who is a multiple world record holder, set a new world record in the dynamic with bifins discipline with a dive of 244 metres. 

“I want to thank my coaches, Ivan Drvis, my club DPS Zagreb and my family for being my biggest motivation even on days like today. I also want to thank my sponsors for supporting me because where would I be without them,” Mirela said after setting the record. 

 
 
 
 
 
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Mirela has only been freediving for the past four years and has won 8 medals at World Diving Championships, including two gold, three silver, three bronze medals.

 

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