What is the world record in freediving?

Herbert Nitsch, an Austrian freediver, is the so-called “deepest man on earth”. He's able to hold his breath for more than 9 minutes (9,04 minutes in static apnea) and go deep, up to 214 meters. He has achieved 33 official World records so far and across all disciplines. Freediving combines many disciplines such as static apnea, dynamic freediving, free immersion, constant weight, with or without fins.