Levi LaVallee is going to break the world record for snowmobile distance jump this New Year’s Eve. He was going to be the headliner for the Red Bull ‘No Limits’ New Years Eve in 2010, but while training for the jump, he took one of the worst crashes I’ve ever seen. He cracked his pelvis, broken ribs, collapsed lung, fractured vertebrae, and a serious concussion. World Record Snowmobile Jump & Crash | Three Hundred & Sixty One Feet | Unofficial Networks

World Record Snowmobile Jump & Crash | Three Hundred & Sixty One Feet

World Record Snowmobile Jump & Crash | Three Hundred & Sixty One Feet

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Levi LaVallee is going to break the world record for snowmobile distance jump this New Year’s Eve.  He was going to be the headliner for the Red Bull ‘No Limits’ New Years Eve in 2010, but while training for the jump, he took one of the worst crashes I’ve ever seen.  He cracked his pelvis, broke his ribs, collapsed a lung, fractured vertebrae, and a received a serious concussion.

The crash is so bad that they don’t actually show it to you in this clip, but you can image what landing on your head after flying 360 feet thru the air looks and feels like.

Glad you’re okay, Levi, and we’re damn impressed your got back on your sled 3 months later and that you’re going for it again.   

Here is Levi’s world record 361-foot jump before getting injured:

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