Felix Baumgartner's Record-Breaking Skydive From Space

Shortly after landing, the stuntman discussed his jump.
3:00 | 10/15/12

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He talked about that crazy out-of-control spin that began his 24-mile freefall. It started really good. My exit was perfect. I did exactly what I was supposed to do. Then I was falling over. It looked for a second I'm going tumble two more times and then have it under control. For some reason, that spin became to violent. It was hard to know how to get out of that spin. Like swimming without touching the water. Every time it turns you around, I have to think what to do. I had a lot of pressure in my head. I didn't feel like I'm passing out. I was still feeling okay, think I can still handle this situation. I was fighting all the way down to regain control. I wanted to break the speed of sound. I could feel air was filling up. I had it. It's way more difficult than everything I have done so far. And I think I'm done.

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