Jean-Marc Boivin the first paraglider flight from the Everest @ 8848m
BASE jump accident at angel's falls venezuela
Faces Nord Eric Escoffier un film de Jean Afanassieff MC4 Eiger Cervin Grandes Jorasses alpinisme
Jean-Marc Boivin was a French mountaineer, extreme skier, hang glider and paraglider pilot, speleologist, BASE jumper, award-winning film maker, and author. The holder of several altitude records for hang gliding and paragliding, the creator of numerous first ascents and first ski descents in the Alps, a member of the team that broke the record for a sub-glacial dive and the first person to paraglide from the summit of Mount Everest, Boivin was a pioneer of extreme sports. He died from injuries incurred after BASE jumping off Angel Falls in Venezuela, the highest waterfall in the world.