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Definately an amazing woman. Some of those fish were huge. To freedive to 159 feet, that's amzingly awesome. I've freedived down to 30 feet and the pressure was too much for my ears, couldn't imagine going down to 159 feet. Plus to be able to hold your breathe under water that long isn't an easy feat. Run out of breath and run out of room to surface to catch your breath is scary and deadly; no room for error, you're sucking in water not air. Run out of air at ten feet below the surface and that will be the longest ten feet you ever travel.
"ya not bad"???
Thats bad ass.... she kills it, cleans it and cooks it... looks beautiful doing it on top of it all..
Awesome!! Nothing but respect for you girl!!!!
ya not bad--however maybe 5 or 6 pictures would have been more than enough. how about next time hire a few more women--than just one---or was it your bosses daughter.?????-but good job anyway.
Move over, Ariel. Kimi is a real, live, beautiful mermaid!
Wow, she's impressive. I wish I could freedive past 100 ft. I couldn't do it when I was in top shape. And sadly, none of my dive buddies look anywhere near as good.
When are you coming out with a cookbook? I'd like to get it when you do.
Kimi Werner is a modern day renaissance woman. At 30 years old she's a chef, model, artist and freedive spearfisher.
What's freedive spearfishing?
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