Daredevils recreate 99-foot giant rope swing on Lake Tahoe

Three daredevils have recreated the legendary 99 foot rope swing over Lake Tahoe. 

Extreme sports athlete and videographer, Nick Coulter, called up a few of his friends to complete the daring feat that was created by pro skier, Mike Wilson, in 2010.

Wilson became known for his 99-foot rope swing into Lake Tahoe that consisted of quadruple backflips in the air. 

Three daredevils have recreated the legendary 99 foot rope swing over Lake Tahoe. Extreme sports athlete and videographer, Nick Coulter (pictured carrying rope for the jump), called up a few of his friends to complete the daring feat that was created by pro skier Mike Wilson

Three daredevils have recreated the legendary 99 foot rope swing over Lake Tahoe. Extreme sports athlete and videographer, Nick Coulter (pictured carrying rope for the jump), called up a few of his friends to complete the daring feat that was created by pro skier Mike Wilson

Wilson (pictured) became known for his 99-foot rope swing into Lake Tahoe in 2010 that consisted of quadruple backflips in the air

Wilson (pictured) became known for his 99-foot rope swing into Lake Tahoe in 2010 that consisted of quadruple backflips in the air

A member of Coulter's team is seen setting up the equipment ahead of the swing

A member of Coulter's team is seen setting up the equipment ahead of the swing

Coulter released the video of the recreated rope swing last month that featured his friends, Brandon Beck and Chase Reinford

Coulter released the video of the recreated rope swing last month that featured his friends, Brandon Beck and Chase Reinford

The first jump was completed by Coulter

Coulter flipped once in the air

The first jump was completed by Coulter (left and right), who managed to flip once in the air before landing in the water

Coulter released the video of the recreated rope swing last month that featured his friends, Brandon Beck and Chase Reinford. 

Under the caption of the video, Coulter's production team wrote: 'The monster rope swing created by Mike Wilson is back! 7 years later a new generation of huckery has taken on the challenge of the biggest known rope swing ever into a water.

'No one on this planet except Mike Wilson would hit this swing without being extremely nervous. 

'With that being said Nick Coulter made sure he assembled the most experienced extreme athletes capable of hitting this swing successfully and safely,' the caption read.

At the beginning of the video, Coulter is heard talking to Wilson on the phone about 'setting up' Wilson's

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