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Crater crazy

Valery Rozov, Mountaineer, Head Coach, Russian Artistic National team, Head, Russian Extreme Project

1964 – Born in Nizhny Novgorod
1982 – Begins mountaineering
1988 – Graduates, Moscow Institute of Electronic Technologies
1989 – Wins USSR national mountain climbing championships for three years running
1993 – First parachute jump
1994 – Participates in the seven peaks project
1998 – X-games sky surfing champion, San Diego, U.S.
1999 – World champion in parachute sport, Australia
2000 – Founder, Russian extreme project
2002 – Russian national mountain climbing champion
2002 – World cup winner, Austria
2002 – Wins European championship
2003 – World champion in parachute sport, France
2004 – Russian national mountain climbing champion
2006 – Participates in world record, Thailand

Russian extreme sport star Valery Rozov jumped from a helicopter into the active Mutnovsky volcano on the Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia on April 18, 2009. Earlier, Valery Rozov jumped off Europe's highest mountain, Mount Elbrus, wearing a wing-suit. He is the guest in our studio today to tell about his experience.