Ahmed Gabr is a 42 year old Ex Egyptian Army officer. He began his diving career at the age of 18, diving for pleasure then later decided to get his diving instructor training. Ahmed’s vision is reinforcing Egypt’s international recognition through maintaining environmental conservation and promoting the rich marine life in the Red Sea.
In light of his vision, Ahmed Gabr, the Guinness World Record holder for the deepest dive in the history of mankind, thinks its payback time to the underwater world.
For decades the marine life brought happiness to all scuba divers around the world and since Egypt is blessed with the magnificent Red Sea that attracts divers from all over the globe. Ahmed thought its about time to show some appreciation to it.
Ahmed successfully accomplished his mission and got a new Guinness record for the most participant in an underwater clean up in mankind history, 614 participants. To be the biggest underwater clean-up after the application has been officially approved by Guinness World Records.
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New world record price for the Champ Ahmed Gabr
This record is for the greatest number of people participating in an underwater clean-up at events held within a 24-hour period at a single venue.
During his diving years he dove both for work and for pleasure, while continuously building and developing both his mental and physical abilities.
Ahmed already holder of two Guinness World Records: Deepest scuba dive, male and Deepest scuba dive in sea water. In September 2014, Ahmed has broken the record for the deepest SCUBA dive, plunging an astonishing 332.35 m (1,090 ft 4.5 in) in the Red Sea off the coast of Dahab, Egypt.