WATCH: Base jumper performs ‘Human Arrow’ stunt in China

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Base jumper performs ‘Human Arrow’ stunt in China
WATCH: Video footage shows wingsuit stuntman gliding through the air as a "human arrow" and hits his target – May 29, 2016

World famous base-jumper and wingsuit pilot Jeb Corliss successfully performed the “Human Arrow” stunt at the Great Wall of China on Sunday morning.

The attempt was originally planned for Saturday, but Corliss had to postpone due to strong windy conditions at the site.

On Sunday morning, Corliss dropped from a helicopter at 1.83 kilometres, flew through the air at 193 kilometres per hour and hit a target suspended over the Great Wall of China.

Corliss, 40, is an American professional skydiver and base jumper.

He has jumped from sites including Paris’ Eiffel Tower, Seattle’s Space Needle, the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro and the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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