Guillaume Néry, freediver, poses for the photographer at the A.I.D.A. Freediving World Championships, Villefranche-sur-Mer, France, 11 September 2012. Between 2002 and 2007, Guillaume was freediving world number one (for constant weight dives) and today he holds onto his title as French champion, with the current national record dive of 117m (depth in constant weight competition). <br />
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"Its been sixteen years since I started freediving and I am still in love with the sport. Year after year I continue to discover new depths and new aspects of the world underwater - and also new capacities, new feelings inside myself. So what makes me continue to do it is the passion of exploration and the unknown. The competition is just a game; the real motivation for me is the adventure."<br />
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"We are stardust. We are nothing in the middle of nothing. I really feel that, when I'm freediving. Deep in the sea, I'm simply a speck in the blue immensity. Its a very good feeling, of existing in total harmony with the environment."
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Guillaume Néry, freediver, poses for the photographer at the A.I.D.A. Freediving World Championships, Villefranche-sur-Mer, France, 11 September 2012. Between 2002 and 2007, Guillaume was freediving world number one (for constant weight dives) and today he holds onto his title as French champion, with the current national record dive of 117m (depth in constant weight competition).

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  • Filename duo_guillaume.jpg
  • Date 14 Jan 2013
  • Location France
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