Brit Diver Breaks Ironing Underwater Record

Date: 1/10/2006

An Islington scuba diver broke the extreme ironing underwater world record for the second time. Louise Trewavas, first set the record in 2003, when she ironed a T-shirt at a depth of 100 metres in the Blue Hole at the Red Sea resort of Dahab in Egypt. Rival diver John Rudolph then swam away with the title after ironing at 129 metres. Louise reclaimed her world record this August by ironing at 137 metres.

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