Some stunts sponsored by Red Bull are more modest than others, but landing on a sailplane's wing with a hang glider is still extreme enough to change your perception of time.

While flying at 40 mph at 6,394 feet might look like plain sailing, if you want to touch down on a glider over the Soča river in Slovenia, you not only have to match those numbers but also make sure to avoid its vertical stabilizer. It also helps if the other pilot can see you on approach.

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Matjaž Klemenčič and Nejc Faganelj won't forget those 2 seconds of glory, and we should all go to Slovenia next summer, with or without a plane.