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Duo Completes First-ever Wingsuit Jump from Matterhorn

On Saturday, Géraldine Fasnacht and Julien Meyer spent eight hours climbing up the east face of Matterhorn in the Swiss Alps—and then jumped.

They went down in history as the first people to wingsuit jump from the summit, which stands at 14,692 feet. Both are experienced wingsuit fliers whose recent accomplishments include climbing both Mont Blanc du Tacul and the Mont-Maudit to Point Durier in France, and then leaping from the tops.

Check out the video of the Matterhorn jump below:

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