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Published on Mar 24, 2014
In september 2013, during the mini competition right before the Individual World Championship, Guillaume Néry did a dive at -125m on a single breath of air. The dive was 3'30" long (2'00 to get down - 1'30" to come up). The competition was organized in the bay of Kalamata - Greece. This dive is the second deepest dive in freediving history (in the unassisted disciplines). Guillaume is now 3 meters from the world records.
Guillaume is a french freediver born in 1982, living in Nice - France. He broke the World Record 4 times (2002: 87m, 2004: 96m, 2006: 109m, 2008: 113m) and won 2 World Champion titles (2008 in Egypt at the Team World Championship - 2011 in Greece at the Individual World Championship).