Kaliningrad citizen Oleg Rezanov set a world record for longest stay under ice
Yakutia 24 Tv channel: Kaliningrad extreme lover Oleg Rezanov set a record for the longest stay under the ice.
He stayed under the ice crust for 12 minutes and 52 seconds. Rezanov is not just holder of 12 world records for survival in extreme cold, but also an active promoter of his own breathing and warming technique in cold.
The Lord of Cold, as he was named in the media, is also searching for the meaning of life and eternal life on earth. The Kaliningrad extreme became known to Yakutia residents after a parachute jump from a height of four kilometers in shorts at 23 degrees below zero in 2019.
The day after the jump, he swam with local ice hole swimmers in the Lena River.