A US daredevil and BASE-jumper has ripped through a target on China's Great Wall in the latest of a string of stunts.
Jebb Corliss, 40, skydived from a helicopter dressed in a wingsuit to perform a feat known as 'The Human Arrow' on Sunday.
The feat involves falling 6,000ft, soaring through the air at 120mph and punching through a target the size of an apple.
Prior to the flight Mr Corliss compared his feat to the precision of an arrow:
But the flight, which was originally planned for Saturday, did not go off without a hitch, having been postponed due to winds which Corliss said could "basically kill you".
Mr Corliss has previously jumped from the Eiffel Tower in Paris, Seattle's Space Needle, the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and from the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro.
A daredevil wingsuit flyer has glided through a tiny gap in the Spanish mountains while falling at speeds of 155 mph (250 km/h).
Base jumper Alexander Polli conducted a number of test flights in the Roca Foradada Mountains in Montserrat, Spain before committing to his extraordinary flight by jumping out of a helicopter.