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In what could possibly be described as an extreme midlife crisis, 43 year old Austrian, Felix Baumgartner, plummeted over 18 miles to Earth – on purpose. It’s this kind of high-velocity adventure that reminds us of the extreme jackpots up for grabs on PlayHugeLottos.com – just without the risk!

18 miles is just the warm-up for Felix who has the ultimate goal of breaking the 19 mile world record set in 1960 by skydiving legend Joe Kittinger, a retired U.S. Air Force colonel.

Travelling at faster than the speed of sound in a custom-made body suit, Felix will be jumping from a height of over 22 miles (120,000 feet). Of course, there are many that might consider Felix to be out of his mind but not the folk here at PlayHugeLottos.com, we are used to massive excitement, high-energy and stratospheric jackpots.

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Felix takes the leap...

Felix Baumgartner

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Getting Ready To Break Records

It’s unlikely if the record for the biggest lottery jackpot in the world will be broken anytime soon but there are a few non-lottery records that Felix is hoping to break. Here is his flight ‘itinerary’.

•    He will ascend in a pressurized capsule attached to a high-altitude helium balloon

•    Once he has reached the desired altitude he will exit the capsule and jump

•    On his way down he will be breaking the speed of sound, becoming the first person to achieve Mach 1 in free-fall

•    Reaching supersonic speeds (estimated at 690 miles per hour) in free-fall he will then parachute to the ground

PlayHugeLottos.com appreciates the excitement that people like Felix Baumgartner bring to the world. Be sure to set some of your own exciting, personal wealth records by breaking the bank this weekend on Euromillions and the USA Powerball.

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