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New BASE jumping record set off the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa tower in Dubai.


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  • Hal Amen

    Oh yeah! Incredible find, Josh.

  • Michelle

    INSANE. It takes a minute and a half to fall???

  • Tim Patterson


  • TheBrit

    A minute and a half to fall at an average of 136MPH?

    Hmm I have to go see this building one day I can’t quite get my head around its size like this.

  • Candice

    Imagine falling off that building without the intention of thrill seeking, and having a minute and a half to think about how your body lands. Geez.

  • callum

    One minute and a half? BOLLOCKS!, more like 15 seconds.

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