World Base Race 2012

These are the amazing images from the World Base Race in Norway – where competitors throw themselves from the top of a CLIFF. The stomach-churning event was won this weekend by brave British flying ace Tony Uragallo, 59. Competitors wearing state-of-the-art wingsuits throw themseles off a platform 1,300 metres up a mountain cliff – with the winner being the fastest down. They release their parachutes at an optimum point to glide safely to the finish line.

These are the amazing images from the World Base Race in Norway - where competitors throw themselves from the top of a CLIFF. The stomach-churning event was won this weekend by brave British flying ace Tony Uragallo, 59. Competitors wearing state-of-the-art wingsuits throw themseles off a platform 1,300 metres up a mountain cliff - with the winner being the fastest down. They release their parachutes at an optimum point to glide safely to the finish line.

These are the amazing images from the World Base Race in Norway - where competitors throw themselves from the top of a CLIFF. The stomach-churning event was won this weekend by brave British flying ace Tony Uragallo, 59. Competitors wearing state-of-the-art wingsuits throw themseles off a platform 1,300 metres up a mountain cliff - with the winner being the fastest down. They release their parachutes at an optimum point to glide safely to the finish line.

These are the amazing images from the World Base Race in Norway - where competitors throw themselves from the top of a CLIFF. The stomach-churning event was won this weekend by brave British flying ace Tony Uragallo, 59. Competitors wearing state-of-the-art wingsuits throw themseles off a platform 1,300 metres up a mountain cliff - with the winner being the fastest down. They release their parachutes at an optimum point to glide safely to the finish line.

These are the amazing images from the World Base Race in Norway - where competitors throw themselves from the top of a CLIFF. The stomach-churning event was won this weekend by brave British flying ace Tony Uragallo, 59. Competitors wearing state-of-the-art wingsuits throw themseles off a platform 1,300 metres up a mountain cliff - with the winner being the fastest down. They release their parachutes at an optimum point to glide safely to the finish line.