The ninth World Wingsuit League (WWL) Wingsuit flying world championship opened at the Tianmen Mountain National Forest Park in Zhangjiajie, central China's Hunan Province on Monday, with the participation of the world's top 8 wingsuit fliers.
French wingsuit pilot Vincent Descols claimed the target-hitting title at the championship. The target, with a maximum diameter of 0.7 meters at the outer ring and 10 centimeters at the center, was placed in the gap in front of Visitors' Square.
The final eight competitors jumped in turns from the nearly 1,400-meter-high mountain, with the winner determined by who collects the most rings over the course.
Descols topped with 160 points after two rounds of competition. Daniel Darby of the United States and Chinese wingsuiter Zhang Shupeng ranked second and third respectively.