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American BASE Jumper Breaks World Record For Most Jumps Done In A Day

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BASE jumper Miles Daisher has managed to travel the height of Mount Everest in less than a day. Using a bridge in Idaho, Miles managed jump the spot 63 times in 24 hours, breaking the previously held record of 61. Each leap involved a landing on the riverbank below and a treacherous climb back up a steep trail. By the end of it Miles' legs were constantly cramping from overexertion, making it a particularly dangerous task.

Miles Daisher BASE jumps for 24 hours and sets world record with 63 jumps in Twin Falls, ID, USA on 20 June 2017.

Miles Daisher BASE jumps for 24 hours and sets world record with 63 jumps in Twin Falls, ID, USA on 20 June 2017.

This has meant that the record breaking jumper has now traveled a total of 30618 feet just from the return hike, beating the height of Mount Everest by a 1000 feet. It has also lead to an unofficial record for the most BASE jumps ever, with Miles totaling 4520 leaps in his lifetime.

Miles Daisher BASE jumps for 24 hours and sets world record with 63 jumps in Twin Falls, ID, USA on 19 June 2017.

Miles Daisher BASE jumps for 24 hours and sets world record with 63 jumps in Twin Falls, ID, USA on 19 June 2017.