In November 2016, the #FXTMbasejump project concluded with Red Bull athlete, Valery Rozov, conquering a world-record in BASE jumping. The jump was performed from mount Cho Oyu in China at 7700metres, following a series of trainings and expeditions in various countries around the world.
After sharing his experience with Chinese and International media, Valery was invited to look back on the journey to the world-record at the GMT BBC World News show on the 12th of January, 2017. The renowned BASE jumper was invited for two interviews, where the second also featured the athlete’s oldest son, Andrey Rozov.
Some of the things discussed during the interviews were:
- Valery’s journey to Cho Oyu and the world-record
- How he began his career in BASE jumping
- The importance of his training and preparation
- His emotions before and after the jump
You can watch the full interviews below:
BBC Interview with World Record BASE jumper Valery Rozov | #FXTMbasejump London 12/01/17
BBC Interview World Record BASE Jumper Valery Rozov & his Son, Andrey Rozov | London 12/01/17
Take a look back at the entire journey of the FXTMbasejump project, here.
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