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where is that camera/camera man at 0:48??
It`d be mad awesome if it`s real, but all the camera angle changes make it seem kind of fake. I`m not saying it`s impossible, just seems unlikely considering all the editing and angles and such..."
You don`t speed climb a cliff without out planning your route and slowly going over the steps first. notice how the cameras are conveniently placed at the exact spots he climbs by? thats because he (or someone else) put them there while he was planning his route. this is definitely legit. its Dan Osman ffs! the guys got bigger balls than most pro athletes i`d warrant.
thats dangerious, no security at all
That`s a good question, because it`s totally impossible for helicoptors to fly up there to get him.
"IDK maybe when he got up there he knew it was a mistake. I`m still trying to figure out how people get ice in water bottles."
Quite possibly the best come-back I have ever read!! LOL
It`d be mad awesome if it`s real, but all the camera angle changes make it seem kind of fake. I`m not saying it`s impossible, just seems unlikely considering all the editing and angles and such...
Otherwise, pretty amazing. I`m sure he must`ve climbed that face a million times to do it that fast.
IDK maybe when he got up there he knew it was a mistake. I`m still trying to figure out how people get ice in water bottles.
This guy: *sees rock* Well, I guess I know what I`ll be climbing the sh*t out of today.
EDIT: Yes he did. Wiki: "He died on November 23, 1998 at the age of 35 after his rope failed while performing a "controlled free-fall" jump from the Leaning Tower rock formation in Yosemite National Park. The failure was investigated by the National Park Service with assistance from Chris Harmston, Quality Assurance Manager at Black Diamond Equipment. Harmston concluded that a change in jump site angle probably caused the ropes to cross and entangle, leading to the rope cutting by melting. Miles Daisher, who was with Osman when he made the jump, stated that the ropes used in his fatal jump had been exposed to inclement weather - including rain and snow - for more than a month before the fatal jump, but that the same ropes were used for several shorter jumps on the previous and same day, this was said to be his last jump before he retired."
also, everyone makes mistakes *waits for vid of him falling*