Watch: Wingman Flies Through 60-Foot FissureThe daredevil soared through the space at speeds up to 99 mph
American daredevil and wingman Jeb Corliss braved a stunt known as the "flying dagger" this weekend, successfully flying through a narrow mountain fissure in China at breakneck speeds. The wingsuit stunt took place in the Jianglang mountains in China's Zhejiang Province, where Corliss flew through a fissure that measures a mere 60 feet wide at its top and 15 feet wide at the bottom. Corliss sailed through the fissure at an astonishing 160 kph.
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