Legendary US wingsuit pilot Jeb Corliss succeeded in a “human arrow” challenge by jumping from an altitude of 762 meters over a section of the Great Wall in the outskirt of north China’s Tianjin on Sunday.
The 40-year-old death-defying adventurer jumped from a helicopter and flew at 200 kilometers per hour before successfully hitting a designated paper target miles away, making himself a “human arrow.” The paper board, 2.1-meter in length and 0.9-meter wide, was suspended over the Huangya Pass beforehand.
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