Drop by for a drink! Skydiver dives down at 100 km / h and snatches a can of Red Bull from the ground

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Drop by for a drink! Skydiver dives down at 100 km / h and snatches a can of Red Bull from the ground

  • Paraglider Nil Farre Berge, 28, jumped from 12,000 feet before making the grab
  • The images show him speeding through the air with his parachute open
  • He reaches out and can smoothly reach for the Red Bull can

This is the incredible moment when a skydiver landed at 100 km / h and skimmed the ground before picking up a can of Red Bull.

Paraglider Nil Farre Berge, 28, from Barcelona, ​​Spain, jumped from 12,000 feet and came in at top speed, but still made the precision grab in one smooth motion.

The images show Mr. Berge speeding through the air with his parachute open.

Paraglider Nil Farre Berge, 28, from Barcelona, ​​Spain, jumped from 12,000 feet and came in at top speed, but still made the precision grab in one smooth motion.  The images show Mr. Berge speeding through the air with his parachute open

Paraglider Nil Farre Berge, 28, from Barcelona, ​​Spain, jumped from 12,000 feet and came in at top speed, but still made the precision grab in one smooth motion. The images show Mr. Berge speeding through the air with his parachute open

He reaches out and is able to smoothly grab a can of Red Bull on the grass while skimming it

He reaches out and is able to smoothly grab a can of Red Bull on the grass while skimming it

He reaches out and is able to smoothly grab a can of Red Bull on the grass while skimming it

As he nears the ground, he reaches out and can smoothly grab a can of Red Bull on the grass as he skim over it.

He is able to do the incredible trick in one smooth motion and not even jog the camera filming on the floor.

The video feat was inspired after fellow skydivers bet he wouldn’t pull the stunt and wanted to prove them wrong.

The video performance was inspired after fellow skydivers bet he wouldn't pull the stunt and wanted to prove them wrong

The video performance was inspired after fellow skydivers bet he wouldn't pull the stunt and wanted to prove them wrong

The video performance was inspired after fellow skydivers bet he wouldn’t pull the stunt and wanted to prove them wrong

Skydiving instructor Mr Berge said: ‘The speed at which you can descend with a competition parachute like the new Icarus GT-R is great! The adrenaline it gives you is unbelievable.

‘It was my first attempt with that parachute, but I had tried again with another one.

‘It was a very nice challenge. I have shown myself that I am making good progress in my development as an athlete. ‘

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