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Bulgarian sets world record for 71 hours non-stop swimming – Novinite.com

Theodore Tsvetkov from Ruse set a new world record non stop swimming To swimming 71 hours in the lake waters of Lipnik Forest Park, BNT reports. His goal was for him to continue for an hour, but had to stop because of the storm.

I had a few freezing moments, but rather cramped with overload” said the 27-year-old. Tsvetkov, often organizes charity campaigns. After that, he has already entered the Guinness Book of Records. swimming 10 kg with one arm.

My friends from the canoe/kayak club were always sailing by my side.

during the last 4 hours Tsvetkovof swim, it rained heavily. “Also, during a thunderstorm like the one here, it is absolutely forbidden to put people in puddles. Because they are exposed to lightning and can be deadly.he did 71 hours, this is unique” said pulmonary specialist Hristo Metev.

Impossible is just a word and we have proven that anything can be possible. It was never a record. It has always been to inspire young people, develop the sport and give it a future for the next generation.” said Tsvetkov.

his next goal is swim Cross the Black Sea from Odessa to Burgas.

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