1st live broadcast from the skies
World Wingsuit League presented Human Arrow on May 28th, 2016.
American wingsuit pilot Jeb Corliss hit an apple-sized target suspended over the Great Wall of China, flying at 120 miles per hour.
DigiScoop had the pleasure again capture these unique moments. Our cinematographer Sami Wilenius managed to capture the thrill and excitement with the help of James Bull, the best flying camera operator in the world. The videos were directed and edited by Pertti Kaijasilta. Pertti has also designed the Human Arrow -logo.
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Event High Lights
The human archery
Jeb's thoughts after landing: I feel great. This is a project about 10 years in the making, it is something I have been dreaming about for a long time.
It's amazing to do something over a historic monument like this. And to be able to do something that involves so much precision, you know, to strike an apple size target with something the size of a GoPro, it's really challenging, especially when you are jumping from over a mile away, and with the wind conditions that we had, it was super hard.
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