Ahmed Gabr is the famous Egyptian scuba diver who holds the Guinness World Records for both The Deepest Scuba Dive (Male) and The Deepest Scuba Dive in Sea Water. Ahmed dived to a depth of 332.35 metres (1,090.4 ft)
It all started when Gabr asked the questions "How deep can the human body go? And what is the effect of such a deep dive and pressure on the human body?". In 2008, Gabr started to research and read many books in the field of deep sea medical scientific research, trying to find answers to his questions. Unfortunately, he couldn't find any information that would satisfy his curiosity. Gabr then decided to take the risk and experiment with his own body.