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Watch Wingsuit Flyers Hover Within Feet of Glider Airplanes
- NOV 20, 2012
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- The Red Bull Skydive Team constantly pushes the realms of possibility for its spectacular wingsuit and skydiving projects; their latest involves a daring pursuit and formation flight with two Blanix gliders. The wingsuit flyers reach speeds well over 100 mph while hovering within feet of the gliders at two and a half miles above Austrian soil.
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