Russian daredevil jumps from Peru’s highest peak in wingsuit

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Russian Valery Rozov, 52, has become the first man to leap from the 6,768-meter southern summit of Huascarán, South America’s fourth-highest peak, in a wingsuit. He spent five days climbing the mountain, known for its ice and snow avalanches due to its proximity to the ocean and high humidity.

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