The Spectacular Underwater Dance That Has Broken a Guinness Record

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In the jungle, a pair of Russian submariners have just broken the underwater dance record without oxygen with an impressive and beautiful choreography inspired by ‘Star Wars’.

A pair of Russian divers and dancers, Marina Kazankova and Dmitry Malasenko , have managed to enter the Guinness Book of Records after successfully completing an underwater exploit in which they managed to dance for 3 minutes and 28 seconds following a spectacular choreography.

Their show, inspired in part by the Star Wars saga , contemplates a fight of lightsaber submerged underwater, as well as several steps inspired by flamenco. The almost three and a half minutes of dance, in which they wore capes and she, in addition, a spectacular red dress, they have made them without any kind of auxiliary oxygen, only with the air they kept in their lungs.

The couple performed their feat last December in the Y-40, the deepest pool in the world, which is located in Padua, Italy. These facilities, in addition to allowing the divers to have enough space to dance, facilitated the vision to dozens of people who went to watch the scene from the glass tunnel:

To give even more emotion, the couple introduced other resources such as balancing on a string.


Source: El Espanol