Surprising images show the paraglider pilot performing impressive turns and acrobatics, including & # 39; stopping & # 39; on the top of the other reckless parachute above the Austrian Alps
- Roland Brunnbauer, 25, recorded images in Werfenweng in the Austrian Alps
- Daredevil trick master rotates and glides through the clouds to perform tricks
- Acrobatic pilot was placed 14th in the final of the Acro World Tour 2018 in Switzerland
Bryony Jewell for Mailonline
An acrobatic paraglider has demonstrated its incredible abilities when gliding through the clouds and even over the sail of another pilot.
Roland Brunnbauer, 25, started testing the limits of heaven in 2013 and has competed in dozens of competitions to perfect his craft.
In the incredible recording recorded during the month of August in Werfenweng, in the Austrian Alps, the acrobatic pilot can be seen masterfully controlling his sail to make impressive turns.
An acrobatic paraglider has demonstrated its incredible abilities at the top of the Alps
Roland Brunnbauer, 25, even rocked on another glider while flying in August
Their acrobatics include turning 360 degrees at speed and turning inside out.
The daredevil demonstrates his insane skill when he stands on the other glider, Thomas Laireiter.
Then, it seems that & # 39; bounces & # 39; up and down for a few seconds during the synchronization session, which makes it clear that you have full control of every movement.
Concentrating strongly on all movements, Brunnbauer raises his knees to his chest and swings his body over Mr. Laireiter's candle.
The daredevil started flying in 2013 and recorded the footage on a GoPro camera
His crazy stunts include turning 360 degrees at speed and turning face down
Mr. Brunnbauer recently competed in the final of the Acro World Tour in Switzerland, ranking 14th
Brunnbauer recorded the acrobatics in a fusion of GoPro and said that it is an "incredible camera that opens new possibilities of filming".
The pilot recently competed in the final of the Acro World Tour 2018 in Switzerland.
He ranked 14th in the competition and said "it was a pleasure for me to compete in the final" on Facebook.
More than 29,000 people saw the pilots race through the skies in the final and the Spanish Horacio Llorens won the first place for the sixth time.
Mr. Brunnbauer is preparing for next year's routine at the fair.