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- Glacier Freefall: Valery Rozov at 14,000 Feet
Glacier Freefall: Valery Rozov at 14,000 Feet
- JUL 20, 2012
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- Valery Rozov, who set a wing-suit jumping world record in the Himalayas in May, journeyed recently to the top of Ushba Mountain, in Svaneti, Georgia. At 14,000 feet, Rozov put on his wing suit and leaped over the glacier-covered terrain, freefalling for 65 seconds and reaching speeds up to 125 m.p.h. Rozov landed safely at 9,600 feet -- a jump of more than 4,400 feet.
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