Dana Kunze

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Dana Kunze is a champion high-diver. He has held the world records for the highest dives. Dana Kunze began his professional high diving career in 1974 at the age of 13.[1] He won his first world championship 1977 and maintained a winning streak for seven years.[1] Dana now maintains a company that produces High Dive Shows.[1] He was tied with the world record for highest dive at 52.4 m (172 ft)[1] until 1985, when Randy Dickison (fracturing his leg in the process) set a record of 174 feet 8 inches at an event in Hong Kong.[2][3] In 1987, the current record of 53.9 m (177 ft) was set by Oliver Favre.[4][5]

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