http://news.ninemsn.com.au/national/798681/steyn-smashes-free-diving-record With one single breath, 92 metres down, Walter Steyn smashed the Australian free-diving record. PHOTOS: See more photos here In just two minutes and 43 seconds, the 36-year-old this week extended his own record to retain the title. Steyn previously held the record at 77 metres and last year won second place at the world championships for Dynamic no fins at 175 metres. "I've always known I could dive deeper but in the past I've had equalisation problems that have often made me turn too soon," Steyn said. "I'm absolutely stoked." Setting the new Australian record during Vertical Blue 2009 at Dean's Blue Hole in the Bahamas, Steyn said the dive turned out to be easier than he expected. "I got the tag from the bottom plate," he said. Steyn's record-breaking efforts have been filmed on location by the under water film production company BlueEyeFX, which will document the invitational free-diving competition. Photos: http://news.ninemsn.com.au/slidesho...ajax&subsectionid=152599&subsectionname=diver Pic 5: "Herbert Nitsch claimed his second world record, reaching a depth of 109m."