The Wingsuit Target Smash


The Wingsuit Target Smash.

Humanity has always been fascinated by the open sky. And for centuries there has been an urge to crack the code of human flight.

Three friends Sam Hardy, Nathan Jones and Espen Fadnes decided to bring their crazy idea to life. Their goal was to fly in a wingsuit directly into a foam made target. The flight speed is 75 meters per second at low altitude. They need to target in advance, since in the last seconds it will be very difficult to hit the target.

Check out this exciting video of how they did it…

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