July 16th. 2013 8:45am. It’s day four of the XP1K film shoot.
RJ Anderson is about to attempt a 40 foot gap step down…

Despite landing to flat from over forty feet in the air… RJ is uninjured.
He returns one week later, to make a second attempt at the stunt…

RJ comes up short on his second attempt but is not seriously hurt.

He walks away clean…and vows to return a year later…

RJ Anderson has some unfinished business.

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