Welcome to the Guinness World Records Italian Show – a weekly video series which features the most astonishing, shocking and awe-inspiring record attempts from the seventh series of Italy’s Lo Show Dei Record.
Today's episode sees Homar Leuci from Italy enter a tank and attempt the Farthest simulated distance static cycling underwater (apnoea) without any breathing equipment.
Homar takes a deep breath before submerging his face in the water and peddling for an astonishing 855 m (2,805 ft 1 in), speeding way past his previous record of 767 metres (2,516 ft 4 in) that he set on the show four years earlier.
Underwater cycling has proved quite popular with record-breakers over the years, but when it comes to submarine cycling, no one is as deeply committed as Vittorio Innocente (Italy). On 21 Jul 2008, he rode his bicycle at a depth of 66.5 m (218 ft 2 in) in Santa Margherita Ligure in Liguria, Italy and set a record for the Deepest underwater cycling.
Deepest underwater cycling 
His impressive feat earned him a place in the Guinness World Records 2017 Edition book.
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The Farthest distance cycled underwater is 6.7 km (4.1 mi) and was achieved by Jens Stötzner (Germany) at Bibert Bad Zirndorf in Zirndorf, Germany back in 2013.
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