Russian extreme sports star Valery Rozov set a new world record when he base jumped off the north face of Mt. Everest. This is the highest BASE jump recorded. The cliff he jumped from was 7,220 feet above sea level.
Rozov began his journey on the Chinese side of the mountain and it took him 4 day to reach the jumping point. When Rozov jumped the temperature was 18 degrees celsius!
This jump was trickier than others, because the cliff wasn't that high. Rozov had more free falling time then usual. After he got to the point where he could glide, the extreme sport star flew at 200 mph for about a minute before landing on the Rongbuk glacier.
Watch the video below to see for yourself!