World’s Most Extreme: BASE Jumping
BASE jumping is a recreational sport of jumping from fixed objects, using a parachute to descend safely to the ground. Sometimes, base jumpers may also be equipped with wingsuits instead of a regular parachute. The term "BASE" comes from an acronym that stands for four categories of fixed objects from which a jumper may jump from. The four categories are mainly (B) buildings, (A) antenna also known as radio masts, (S) Spans also known as bridges and (E) Earth which commonly relates to cliffs, mountains or any other high-lying platform. The term was coined by Carl Boenish, usually referred to as the father of BASE jumping.
Russian BASE jumper Valery Vladimirovich Rozov gained notoriety for making leaps from the tallest mountains. It was carried out at Mount Cho Oyu near the Chinese-Nepalese border on 5th October 2016. The Russian broke his own record from 2013 by 500 meters when he stood on the edge of his designated exit site at 7,700 meters. He now holds the world record for the highest BASE jump. Even without BASE jumping from the top of the south-west wall, climbing Cho Oyu is no easy feat. The party of climbers found the expedition itself to be quite challenging.
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