World renowned BASE jumper and wingsuiter, Graham Dickinson is dead following an accident near Tianmen Mountain in Zhangjiajie China last week reports Global News.
The 28 year-old was reported missing last Wednesday. Search and rescue personnel discovered his body near Tianmen Cave on Thursday morning.
“Graham represented the most cutting edge in proximity wingsuit flying and his name became synonymous for dangerous and challenging wingsuit lines. Graham was well known, not only as one of the world’s most popular, talented and active BASE-jumpers, but also, as a serious risk taker who was willing to put everything in the line to pursuit his dreams.” – World Wingsuit League
Dickinson was largely regarded as one of the best and brightest athletes in the BASE and wingsuit community. Dickinson travelled the globe jumping from some of the world’s most iconic peaks. Whether it was in Chamonix or China, his kind soul could be felt wherever he went. He will be sorely missed.
Find the entire Global News article here: Canadian wingsuit flyer Graham Dickinson dies during BASE jump in China