Video of the first dog in the world to fly on a wingsuit

I'm all for people risking their lives and getting a thrill out of jumping from anywhere in the world. But I'm not a fan of people who get their dog along for the ride. As fun as it may look, I'm pretty sure the dog—who doesn't understand what the hell is going on—is not a fan of it either, even while he looks calm. » 5/27/14 8:02pm 5/27/14 8:02pm

Watch five skydivers in wingsuits soar over NYC in this rare flight

This is a rare view: Five skydivers in wingsuits soar over New York City, beginning their journey at 8,200 feet above the southern tip of Manhattan. They reached speeds of 120mph as they flew past the financial district before deploying parachutes and landing on a barge in the Hudson River. » 5/20/14 7:00pm 5/20/14 7:00pm

Wow, this might be the best video of a wingsuit flight ever

Videos of wingsuit flights are never not awesome but this one just might be the best. And it's not because of the snow. Though the beautifully fresh powder helps. And it's not because Dan Vicary, the flying man in the video, zips around for three miles. Though the astonishing views certainly don't hurt. But it's… » 3/05/14 9:36pm 3/05/14 9:36pm

Flying man in wingsuit comes close to crashing into Rio's Jesus statue

A good policy on all wingsuit jumps is to never crash into anything. A secondary policy to follow would be if you do crash into something, make sure it's soft and not Rio de Janeiro's 125-foot tall Christ the Redeemer statue. Jesus Christ may be forgiving but his statue made of 635 metric tons of reinforced concrete… » 2/25/14 9:44pm 2/25/14 9:44pm

Flying man in wingsuit flies deathly close to the ground like Superman

He's Superman. Actually, I take it back. I don't even think Superman would fly this impossibly close to the ground because it's just ridiculous. Insane, really. That didn't stop wingsuit pilot Brian Drake from zipping mere feet from the ground though. Look at him tear through the gully and marvel at death being… » 12/18/13 7:26pm 12/18/13 7:26pm