“CYA!” | Photo (+Cover): Southern Idaho Tourism

Miles Daisher is once again the world record holder for number of BASE Jumps in a single day after leaping from Twin Fall’s Perrine Bridge 62 times in a row yesterday.

Related: B.A.S.E. Jumping Into A World Wonder in JORDAN

The previous record holder, Danny Weiland recorded 61 jumps in September of 2016. Miles set the record before Weiland, which he says required a training regiment of “20 [jumps] in a day” with “beers for lunch.” What’s more important than his record accomplishment is that fact that he was able to raise a bunch of money for the Magic Valley Trail Enhancement Fund.

Cheers and good on ya Miles!

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Donate here: The Magic Valley Trail Enhancement Committee

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