GABR, Ahmed

Egypt (1972- )

Last updated: January 7, 2020 at 3:57 am

Diving instructor; Egyptian special forces officer; first certified U.S. Combat Diver in the Middle East; set world record for deepest dive on scuba (332.35 m / 1,090 ft) in 2014; The total duration of his record dive was 13 hours 50 minutes. Time to descend to 335 m (1,100 ft) was 14 minutes but actual depth was adjusted to 332.35 m due to current. Time to ascend was 13 hours 36 minutes, including 7 hours from 27 m (89 ft) to the surface.

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