BASE jump


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BASE jump

also base jump  (bās)
n.
A parachute jump from a high structure or a precipitous earth formation.

[b(uilding) + a(ntenna tower) + s(pan) + e(arth) + jump.]

BASE′-jump′ v.
BASE jumper n.
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The video was shot by extreme sports film company White Giant - the team who captured leading base jumper Josh Beinn, 29, jumping from the highest point of Snowdon last month - the highest base jump recorded in Wales.
Some of the recent notable BASE jumps are: a citizen of Chile Ramon Rojas broke the record of the highest BASE jump of about 4,100 meters.
New for 2018 is a Kids Fun Zone with laser quest, base jump slides and trampolines.
At the beginning of the year, I woke up one day and said to Fred, We have to do it but with a BASE jump from a cliff!"
The victim was one of three males taking part in a base jump at the Cliffs of Moher range in Co Clare.
CTBUH: Mount Everest Inspired BASE Jump Tower Proposed for #Dubai 's Waterfront
The Burj Khalifa was the site of the world's highest BASE jump when United Arab Emirates national Nasser Al Neyadi and his skydiving trainer Omar Alhegelan jumped o the tower.
THE first BASE jump captured on film took place 37 years ago from vertical rock El Capitan in Yosemite National Park.
AN extreme sports legend and his friend have been found dead after a base jump.
Unlike bungee jumping, which involves jumpers bouncing up and down after the jump, the dream jump provides jumpers with a longer free fall and with a landing very similar to that of a base jump without using a parachute.
A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman said: "He had been injured after his parachute failed to fully deploy following reports of a base jump attempt from a telecommunications mast.

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