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He broke the world record in 2002 at -87 meters (285 ft) in the Villefranche-sur-Mer harbour, in Alpes-Maritimes, France. Then, in 2004, he pushed the record to -96 meters (314.9 ft) in Saint-Leu, la Réunion. On September 6, 2006, he broke the record again at -109 meters (357.6 ft) in Nice (this record was subsequently broken by Herbert Nitsch at -112 meters (367.4 ft) in November 2007).
In 2011, Guillaume Néry became individual world champion, with a dive to -117 m (383.8 ft) in Kalamata.
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