The Researchers had set the Guinness record, lost in the lake labynkyr
Tatar underwater research detachment of the Russian geographical society was established on Friday a record for Soi Ki-Guinness, lost in the lake Labynkyr in Oymyakon region of Yakutia.
The record was set on 1 February 2013 at 14.00. The squad made a dive into the lake at the coldest point of the globe in the coldest time of the year.
Record set 10 representatives of the Russian geographical society: Chairman of the scientific Committee of the Federation of underwater sports of Russia, the owner of record of the Republic in the dive to a depth of 165 m, the owner of the World Cup in sport diving, Dmitry Schiller, diving specialist underwater research team of the RGS, the course-Director for technical and recreational diving Victor Azarenka, Vice-President of Federation of underwater sports of Russia, the course Director for recreational and technical diving Michael Schoolchildren, pity cave diver, diving instructor Andrey Filippov, ice Explorer and photographer, technical diving instructor Alexander Gubin the Chairman of the Commission on underwater Speleology Federation of underwater sports of Russia, winner of several geographical discoveries in the field of underwater Speleology Andrey Gorbunov, candidate of sociological Sciences, parliamentary correspondent accredited to the State Council of Anton Raihstat, curator branch of the Russian geographical society in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) Alexander Khatskevich, a member of the underwater research team, diving instructor Alexey Chebotarev, a member of the underwater research team of the RGS Andrey Andronov.
The world-famous lake is located at 1,020 metres above sea level. The average depth of – was 52.6 metres. On the bottom there is an anomalous crack, which increases the depth up to 75-80 meters. The water temperature is not more than 9 degrees, the bottom temperature is from 1.3 to 2 degrees.
The detachment, consisting of ten divers were involved rescuers of the EMERCOM of Russia in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), representatives of the Yakut branch of the Russian geographical society and the film crew National broadcasting company called “Saha”.