(2003) At first glance, you might think they're truly nuts. But the more free diving you see, the more time you spend with free divers the more you realize this is literally breathtaking stuff. It's extreme sport with a capital 'E'. And as for the divers, they're not crazy at all. They're courageous, amazing sportsmen and women. Armed with only a lungful of air and flippers, down and down they go, deeper and deeper into a world of their own. Creating new records and accomplishing new feats of endurance that have even left the scientists gasping.
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