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Michal Marek (died 12 May 2019) was a Polish cave diver who spent his last years in Ireland. As of May 2019, he holds the record for the deepest cave dive in Ireland at a depth of 113 m (371 ft). Amongst other speleological achievements, Marek was involved in the discovery and exploration of Cliff Cave, Fanore, County Clare, which is the longest marine cave in Ireland. He also set a new Irish cave diving depth record in Pollatoomary, County Mayo. The existing record set by Artur Kozłowski in 2008 was 103 metres (338 ft), and Marek extended this to 113 metres (371 ft).

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  • Michal Marek (died 12 May 2019) was a Polish cave diver who spent his last years in Ireland. As of May 2019, he holds the record for the deepest cave dive in Ireland at a depth of 113 m (371 ft). Amongst other speleological achievements, Marek was involved in the discovery and exploration of Cliff Cave, Fanore, County Clare, which is the longest marine cave in Ireland. He also set a new Irish cave diving depth record in Pollatoomary, County Mayo. The existing record set by Artur Kozłowski in 2008 was 103 metres (338 ft), and Marek extended this to 113 metres (371 ft).
  • Michal Marek (20 January 1983 – 12 May 2019) was a Polish cave diver who spent his last years in Ireland. As of May 2019, he holds the record for the deepest cave dive in Ireland at a depth of 113 m (371 ft). Amongst other speleological achievements, Marek was involved in the discovery and exploration of Cliff Cave, Fanore, County Clare, which is the longest marine cave in Ireland. He also set a new Irish cave diving depth record in Pollatoomary, County Mayo. The existing record set by Artur Kozłowski in 2008 was 103 metres (338 ft), and Marek extended this to 113 metres (371 ft).
  • Michał Marek (20 January 1983 – 12 May 2019) was a Polish cave diver who spent his last years in Ireland. As of May 2019, he holds the record for the deepest cave dive in Ireland at a depth of 113 m (371 ft).
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  • Michal Marek (died 12 May 2019) was a Polish cave diver who spent his last years in Ireland. As of May 2019, he holds the record for the deepest cave dive in Ireland at a depth of 113 m (371 ft). Amongst other speleological achievements, Marek was involved in the discovery and exploration of Cliff Cave, Fanore, County Clare, which is the longest marine cave in Ireland. He also set a new Irish cave diving depth record in Pollatoomary, County Mayo. The existing record set by Artur Kozłowski in 2008 was 103 metres (338 ft), and Marek extended this to 113 metres (371 ft). Marek joined the Irish Cave Rescue Organisation in 2014 and later became a core team member, bringing his own skills to the organisation. Marek died on 12 May 2019 at the age of 36, while on an open-water dive off Malin Head, County Donegal.
  • Michal Marek (died 12 May 2019) was a Polish cave diver who spent his last years in Ireland. As of May 2019, he holds the record for the deepest cave dive in Ireland at a depth of 113 m (371 ft). Amongst other speleological achievements, Marek was involved in the discovery and exploration of Cliff Cave, Fanore, County Clare, which is the longest marine cave in Ireland. He also set a new Irish cave diving depth record in Pollatoomary, County Mayo. The existing record set by Artur Kozłowski in 2008 was 103 metres (338 ft), and Marek extended this to 113 metres (371 ft). Marek joined the Irish Cave Rescue Organisation in 2014 and later became a core team member. Marek died on 12 May 2019 at the age of 36, while on an open-water dive off Malin Head, County Donegal.
  • Michal Marek (20 January 1983 – 12 May 2019) was a Polish cave diver who spent his last years in Ireland. As of May 2019, he holds the record for the deepest cave dive in Ireland at a depth of 113 m (371 ft). Amongst other speleological achievements, Marek was involved in the discovery and exploration of Cliff Cave, Fanore, County Clare, which is the longest marine cave in Ireland. He also set a new Irish cave diving depth record in Pollatoomary, County Mayo. The existing record set by Artur Kozłowski in 2008 was 103 metres (338 ft), and Marek extended this to 113 metres (371 ft). Marek joined the Irish Cave Rescue Organisation in 2014 and later became a core team member. Marek died on 12 May 2019 at the age of 36, while on an open-water dive off Malin Head, County Donegal.
  • Michał Marek (20 January 1983 – 12 May 2019) was a Polish cave diver who spent his last years in Ireland. As of May 2019, he holds the record for the deepest cave dive in Ireland at a depth of 113 m (371 ft).
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