careful -- ba-dum-dum. A man, that man in that winged suit taking off from that, the top of the world's tallest mountain, almost 24,000 feet up. The pictures as you can see incredible and we have them... See More
careful -- ba-dum-dum. A man, that man in that winged suit taking off from that, the top of the world's tallest mountain, almost 24,000 feet up. The pictures as you can see incredible and we have them exclusively this morning from red bull which is featuring the story on the cover of its magazine "red bull lynn." Take a look and go fly. This is the moment where danger and adventure meet. High atop the world's tallest peak. And you're seeing it for the first time ever on national television. Watch again, 48-year-old russian valery rozol leaping off the more than four-mile-high ledge, mt. Everest. While a dangerous amount of jagged peaks are below he reaches speeds of120 miles an hour. Relying solely on his arms and a custom-made wingsuit to guide him. As his parachute deploys he guides to a halt over a shelf of fresh snow. I just have landed on the bottom of north wall of everest. Rrozov's b.A.S.E. Jumps the highest ever, more than four miles above sea level. That's more than 16 empire state buildings tall. Rozov who completed over 10,000 jumps spent a grueling two years preparing for this one flight. The feat comes exactly 60 years after sir edmund hillary and tenzing norgay climbed everest proving the next frontier may no longer be just reaching the
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