BASE Jumping Antarctica

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Russian BASE jumper Valery Rozov traveled to Antarctica's 9,616-foot Mount Ulvetanna so he could be the first to climb and jump off the rock in temps as low as -22 degrees. Enough said.

Via Wend.

–Joe Spring

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