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MINERALNYE VODY, RUSSIA - SEPTEMBER 10:  In this handout image supplied by Euro-Newsroom, Russian extreme sport star Valery Rozov poses on Europe's highest mountain, Mount Elbrus, wearing a wing-suit , on September 10, 2008 near Mineralnye Vody, Russia. The 43-year-old Russian spent two days climbing to the 4,600-meter summit of Kiukurtliu Cupola, part of Mt Elbrus, before breaking the record for Europe's highest jump with his one minute flight.  (Photo by Thomas Senf/Euro-Newsroom via Getty Images)
MINERALNYE VODY, RUSSIA - SEPTEMBER 10:  In this handout image supplied by Euro-Newsroom, Russian extreme sport star Valery Rozov poses on Europe's highest mountain, Mount Elbrus, wearing a wing-suit , on September 10, 2008 near Mineralnye Vody, Russia. The 43-year-old Russian spent two days climbing to the 4,600-meter summit of Kiukurtliu Cupola, part of Mt Elbrus, before breaking the record for Europe's highest jump with his one minute flight.  (Photo by Thomas Senf/Euro-Newsroom via Getty Images)

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