Russian basejumping superstar Valery Rozov has set a new world record by jumping off the top of Shivling, a 21,000-foot tall mountain in the Indian Himalayas, reports The Telegraph.
It took six days for Rosov and his team to climb to the top of the mountain, and the whole expedition took 30 days. The trip down in his wingsuit took 90 seconds.
Watch the record-setting flight, courtesy The Telegraph:
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