The Colombia daredevil was in the air for more than nine minutes, gliding like a bird
With one quick leap Colombian daredevil Jhonathan Florez broke four Guinness world records as he soared over Guajira, Colombia.
Florez jumped out of a plane, cruising at an altitude of 37, 265 feet (about 11,358 metres), and flew with a wingsuit reaching speeds of 100 miles per hour (about 160 kilometres per hour) high above the clouds.
And, lucky for us, a helmet cam recorded all of the stunning footage.
He flew like a bird for nine minutes and six seconds and covered a distance of 16.315 miles (26 kilometres). While doing the jump, with the assistance of oxygen, he broke records for the greatest horizontal distance flown in a wingsuit, the greatest absolute distance flown in a wingsuit (17.520 miles), the highest elevation for a wingsuit jump and the longest duration of a wingsuit jump.
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Florez said he spent months training for the record-setting jump because it takes a lot of strength to be in the air for almost 10 minutes and experience wind speeds of 120 miles per hour.
Florez's suit was equipped with special thermals to protect him from the minus 45 degrees Celsius temperatures.