VIDEO: New World Record Skiing Hip Jump Set at 46.5-Feet!

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This air by Reno, NV’s David Wise at 9 Knights over the weekend was ridiculous…  and a new world record at 14.2m or 46.5 ft above the coping…

Olympic freeskier David Wise claimed the world record for the highest air on a hip by flying 14.2 meters (above the coping, a whopping 3 meters higher than the existing record)

“It wasn’t a goal, but I decided to go as high as I possibly can, record or not. In the end, to take that title home is definitely an experience of a lifetime  – the jump is just so well built. From the first time I hit it to the last, I was having fun.”

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