Unusual23: 31 07.10.2018 (updated 23:33 07.10.2018) Short URLAfter two years of diligent practice of the scuba diving, a 14-year-old Egyptian managed to spend 55 hours underwater and thus write her name in the Guinness Book of Records. On Friday afternoon, Reem Ashraf Fawzy, a 14-year-old Egyptian, emerged from the waters of the Red Sea, near Sharm el-Sheikh, where she spent 55 hours setting the scuba diving record.
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All the while, the young diver tried to lead an ordinary life, that is, to eat, sleep and even read.
Her main goal was to beat Australia's Cristi Quilqui, a 38-year-old record-breaking man, who spent 51 hours and 25 minutes underwater off California. until then the record for the longest saltwater dive performed by a woman.
The new record has already been written in the Guinness Book of Records.