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BASE jumping, also sometimes written as B.A.S.E. jumping, is parachuting or wingsuit flying from a fixed structure or cliff. "BASE" is an acronym that stands for  ...

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BASE jumping is a fringe sport in which a person jumps from a fixed place and uses a parachute to slow down before the ground is reached. "BASE" is an ...

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B.A.S.E. stands for Building, Antenna, Span, and Earth. BASE jumpers leap from any and all of these four fixed objects with parachutes designed specifically for ...

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Sep 1, 2017 ... BASE jumping is an extreme sport that involves athletes getting an adrenaline kick by jumping off of buildings, antennas, bridges and cliffs.

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Finally, in the next decade, BASE jumping began blossoming into a sport in it's own right. In 1970, parachutist Don Boyles, using a standard military surplus B-4  ...

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For BASE jumpers, leaping out of an airplane at 15000 feet and freefalling at well over 100 mph isn't quite daring enough. Learn how BASE jumping works.

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Define BASE jumping: the activity or sport of parachuting from a high structure ( such as a building, tower, or bridge) or cliff.

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BASE jumping literaly stands for Building, Antenna, Span (bridge), Earth (cliff). When skydiving isnt quite enough what do you do, base jump. Jumping from a ...