The dive, which took 3 minutes 34 seconds to complete, is the seventh time Jerald has broken the world record in his career and remarkably the second time in the last week.
The 26-year-old, along with 41 other athletes were competing in the Vertical Blue, an annual competition that takes place in The Bahamas.
This year from August 1-11 the athletes can dive six times in any discipline.
Jerald chose to focus on the bi-fins discipline only. On the first day, he broke the AIDA record with a descent of 117 meters (383.8ft) before setting a new world record on day four with a descent of 119 metres (390.4ft). Then on day six, he went one further to break the record again with a descent of 120 meters (393.7ft).
According to tvpworld.com. Source of photo: internet