On August 11, Espen Fadnes and Bjoern Magne Bakke Bryn from Norway challenged an extreme sport “wingsuit flying carpet” on the Tianmen Mountain of Zhangjiajie Scenic Area. At about 8:00 am, the challenge began. Bejoern jumped off a helicopter first, stretching the parachute and freely flying in the blue sky and mountains. Later, Espen in a wingsuit leapt off the cliff from top of the mountain, dropping at a high speed like a free-falling body. At this time, Bejoern appeared upon him, and began chasing Espen. After adjustments, Bejoern successfully stood on Espen’s back, presenting a venturous picture of “wingsuit flying carpet”, which is quite striking and surprising.
Wingsuit flyer Espen Fadnes measures wind velocity at the taking-off point.
The wingsuit flying challenge starts.
Espen flies toward Bjoern Magne Bakke Bryn, a parachutist.
The two players successfully perform joint sliding in the air.
The two challengers succeed in performing the “wingsuit flying carpet”.
Translator: Hao Jingru
Source: Hunan Official Web Portal