American Luke Aikins sets new world record as first person to jump from 25,000 ft (7,620m) without a parachute, he landed safely in a net.
Aikin, who has 18,000 jumps in his career, fell in a 100x100ft net for the jump in Simi Valley, southern California.
In a two-minute video broadcast live via Fox TV, the 42-year-old Skydiver reached the speed of 120mph.
When he landed, loud cheers and a hug from his wife and son faced by the Skydiver.
“I’m almost levitating, it’s incredible,” he said in an interview after the jump.
“This thing just happened! I can’t even get the words out of my mouth,” Aikins told the reporters.
The diver admitted that he had nearly cancel the jump because he was ordered to wear a parachute for safety and this would made his landing more dangerous because of extra weight.
Aikins is a safety and training adviser for the US Parachute Association.