Thu, 24 May 2012
Wingsuit man Gary Connery lands sucessfully from 2400 feet with NO parachute - Video
Stuntman Gary Connery does a world first: He jumped from a helicopter at 2,400ft and landed safely. All with no parachute.
Performing the jump in England's rowing town of Henley-On-Thames, Connery made reached around 80 mph by the time he came in to land.
"I am in a strange space. I guess I haven't really digested myself what happened. Absolutely amazing!" was Gary's first response to the waiting Sky News reporter.
"I'm so choked with the turn out, it's been an amazing experience. It was so comfortable, it was so soft, my calculations have obviously worked out and I'm glad they did!"
His wife Vivian, said she was relieved it was all over.
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