Spanish daredevil flies under Ronda Bridge in wingsuit

On December 2, 2022, Spanish wingsuit pilot Daniel Roman flew under the famous Puente Nuevo bridge in Ronda, Spain. The stunt was the first of its kind, and Roman flew at speeds of up to 300 kilometers per hour.

Roman, who is known as the “birdman of Andalucia,” has been flying in wingsuit for over a decade. He has performed numerous stunts around the world, including flying through the Grand Canyon and jumping off the Eiffel Tower.

The stunt in Ronda was Roman’s most ambitious yet. The Puente Nuevo bridge is one of the most iconic landmarks in Spain, and it is known for its narrow arch. Roman had to time his flight perfectly to avoid hitting the sides of the arch.

Roman’s stunt was a success, and he landed safely on the ground below. The stunt was witnessed by hundreds of spectators, who cheered and applauded as Roman landed.

Roman’s stunt has been praised by the world of wingsuit flying. Many pilots have said that Roman’s feat is an inspiration to them, and it has raised the bar for what is possible in wingsuit flying.

Roman himself is humble about his accomplishment. He says that he was just doing what he loves, and he is glad that he was able to inspire others with his stunt.

Roman’s stunt is a reminder of the human spirit’s ability to achieve great things. It is also a reminder of the beauty of the world, and the importance of living life to the fullest.