Video: Stuntman survives first-ever 2400-foot skydive without parachute

Looked like a rough landing but couldn’t actually see it.

Gary Connery, a 42-year old stuntman, has become the first man to jump 2,400 feet (731 meters) and land safely — without the use of a parachute. Years of training and a specially-designed wingsuit are to be credited for this truly intrepid feat. ­Connery gave his flabbergasting performance in (or, rather, above) Ridge Wood in Buckinghamshire, England.

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3 Responses to Video: Stuntman survives first-ever 2400-foot skydive without parachute

  1. Pingback: Video: Stuntman survives first-ever 2400-foot skydive without ... | Save our Rhino...this is what it looks like!!!!! | Scoop.it

  2. upaces88 says:

    Since there would not be “do-overs” — How did he train fo that to know it would work?

  3. Freedom, by the way says:

    If I were still young and reckless–or old with nothing to lose–it looks like great fun to me!

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