The world record for highest base jump in a wingsuit now belongs to some crazy Russian guy named Valery Rozov. After a month-long expedition and a six-day climb, he jumped from the top of 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 happened a week-and-a-half ago, but the video was uploaded to YouTube yesterday.
Like I said, it took him 90 seconds, but the two guys who climbed up with him had to hike back down . . . and it took three days to make the same trip.
Watch the video here!