Time to go! BASE jumper dangles by his accomplice’s legs after they plummeted into the clouds in a surprising stunt off a 3280ft Italian cliff
- Tom Newberry and Callum Coldwell-Story traveled to Mount Brento, Italy
- The pair had been harnessed collectively earlier than leaping off the three,280-foot summit
- After clearing the cloud plain, Callum unhooked to free fall
- His parachute deployed a number of seconds later after an incredible rush of adrenaline
That is the second two adventurous base jumpers launched themselves right into a cloudy chasm on a single parachute from a 3280 foot cliff face.
Tom Newberry, 32, and Callum Coldwell-Story filmed themselves leaping off one of many peaks of Mount Brento, Italy.
Footage exhibits the couple snapping one another with an Insta360 One X hooked up to Tom’s helmet as they’re surrounded by thick clouds and fog.
After they jumped, Callum slid right down to dangle from Tom’s legs earlier than grabbing his hand after which releasing it to free fall into the chasm.
Tom Newberry, 32, and Callum Coldwell-Story filmed themselves leaping from one of many peaks of Mount Brento, Italy, in September
Tom had an Insta360 One X hooked up to his helmet which offered a view of all of the motion
Callum slid right down to dangle from Tom’s legs earlier than grabbing his hand after which releasing it to fall freely into the abyss
They carried out a stunt often called “Mr. Invoice” wherein two skydivers fly on the identical parachute.
Seconds into the bounce, Callum steered his parachute away from the cliff and out into the hidden valley.
As soon as the pair cleared the cloud, the valley opened up beneath them and Callum started to maneuver himself, unhooking from the harness.
It slid down Tom’s legs and dangled in mid-air earlier than talking and releasing his hand, falling shortly to the bottom.
Shortly earlier than the top of the video, the small spot from Callum’s parachute might be seen far under.
Tom, a trainer from Exeter, Devon, mentioned: “We had been in Italy to hone our expertise earlier than heading to the Swiss Alps.
“In direction of the top of the week we wished to do one thing slightly extra enjoyable so we got here up with the plan, no concept if it might work or not.
“As you may see from the massive grins, that bounce was loads of enjoyable!”
Footage is from September 17, 2021.
Callum unbuckled himself from Tom’s harness and ready to free fall in direction of the valley
The Callum pictured was hooked up to Tom’s harness till they made their manner by way of the cloud cowl that coated the valley
Moments after letting go, Callum disappeared from view into the valley under