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French FreeDiver sets new World Record

At 11.18 on 6th September 2006 French FreeDiver, Guillaume Nery, has set a new World Record in the Constant Weight discipline with a 109m dive in 2min 55sec.

This successful attempt follows on from his previous attempt on 31st August 2006 where Mr Nery managed to achieve his target depth but blacked out on the surface.

The Constant Weight Discipline is where the freediver descends and ascends using his fins/monofin and/or with the use of his arms without pulling on the rope or changing his ballast. Constant weight is the most common depth discipline of freediving, often seen in competitions around the world.

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