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A Tour of Brian Smith’s 2021 Mercedes Sprinter
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Think BASE Jumpers Are Crazy? Watch These Guys. Warning: Graphic Images
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Suspension BASE Jump: Piercing Gravity is a short film from The Extremity Project in which Josh Miramant becomes the 11th person in the world to complete a Suspension BASE Jump. In Suspension BASE Jumping, the parachute is attached to piercings on the jumper’s back. The jump took place on May 13, 2015 from the Tonsai Wall in Thailand. Read more about this extreme practice here.