Felix Baumgartner height and weight

Felix Baumgartner is an Austrian skydiver and BASE jumper.

In October 2012, he prepared himself for the Red Bull Stratos project, the highest parachute jump ever, an attempt to break the sound barrier. After much delay, the record attempt took place on 14 October 2012 over Roswell, New Mexico. He jumped here from about 39 km down. In the free fall that lasted 4 minutes and 19 seconds, he obtained (as a result of the thin air) a record speed of 1342 km/h (Mach 1.24), and he became the first man in a jump the sound barrier. Ten minutes after the jump he landed safely on the ground. The trip up took about 2.5 hours with a helium balloon 230 feet high. More than 8 million people watched his jump directly through YouTube live.
Baumgartner earlier did extreme stunts, like in 1999 he BASE jumped off the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) and he flew with a special wing across the English Channel.
After the jump height of 39 km on October 14, 2012 Baumgartner has announced to stop.

Felix Baumgartner’s Height is 5 ft 7 in or 170 cm
Felix Baumgartner’s Weight is unknown

Other Facts about Felix Baumgartner:

Date of Birth: 20 April 1969
Place of Birth: Salzburg, Austria
Nicknames: B.A.S.E. 502, Fearless Felix
Records: Highest base jump from a building (451 meters); Lowest base jump ever (29 meters).
Red Bull Stratos facts: Fastest ever skydive (1342 km / h); Highest skydive ever (39 km) Highest manned balloon flight ever (39 km).

Do you think Felix Baumgartner height and weight or the other facts are incorrect? Or do you have any other comments about this page, please leave a comment here!

11 December, 2012

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *