Guillaume Néry broke the 100-meter deep barrier in three minutes and 10 seconds round trip
One of the best freedivers in the world, the French Guillaume Néry, conquered an incredible mark this weekend, going down 105 meters in the icy waters of the Mediterranean, to free lung.
In conditions somewhat complicated by the swell and wind, managed to break the mythical barrier of 100 meters deep in three minutes and 10 seconds round trip.
Néry did not flirt with such depths since he retired from the racing circuits after the accident he suffered in 2015, which could have been fatal. And officially, I had never done it only in bathroom mesh.
For the last two months, this Frenchman has embarked on the experimental project of immersing himself in cold, very deep waters, with that scant attire, while he dedicates himself to the production of films in which he practices his art.