Holy. Ho-leee. Ho-ho-holllyyy! This is cool.
Check this video of champion freediver Guillaume Néry dive to the bottom of the world’s deepest indoor swimming pool, the Y-40, while holding his breath. The footage was taken by Néry’s wife Julie Gautier, who, yeah, was also holding her breath.
The dive was actually relatively simple for Néry, who in the past has held world records for freedives well beyond 110 metres.
Found in the Hotel Terme Millepini in Padua, Italy, the Y-40 opened in 2014 and was designing by architect Emanuele Boaretto. It runs 40 metres deep and contains 4,300 cubic metres of water.