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A Base Jumper in a Wingsuit Set a New Record by Jumping from the Top of the Himalayas [VIDEO]

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The world record for highest base jump in a wingsuit now belongs to a Russian named Valery Rozov.  After a month-long expedition and a six-day climb, he found his perfect spot to jump. From a 21,467-foot mountain in the Himalayas. He glided for about 90 seconds and landed on a glacier 7,200 feet below his take-off spot.

It only took him 90 seconds to get down, but the two guys who climbed up with him had to hike back down and that took three days to make the same trip.
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