A SKYDIVER filmed the heart-stopping second his parachute traces twisted whereas he plunged in the direction of the bottom throughout a 14,000ft leap.
Marine engineer Toms Vajeika, 30, was participating in an angle skydive together with his girlfriend and 25 others over Faro, Italy.
Footage reveals the daredevil leap confidently out of the aircraft to affix the others within the stunt on July 11.
As he fell at speeds of as much as 170mph he launched his parachute.
However video reveals his toes spinning within the air and Mr Vajeika might be heard yelling as he realised the traces had tangled.
The clip then switches to footage from his girlfriend’s head cam, which reveals him struggling to get his parachute beneath management.
However whereas wildly spinning he managed to seize the traces to cease them twisting.
The skydiver then calmly untangled the parachute as he continued to plunge in the direction of the bottom.
Fortunately, Mr Vajeika, from Riga in Latvia, regained management in time for a secure touchdown in a discipline alongside the remainder of the jumpers.
Posting the clip to Instagram, he wrote: “Generally it is good, typically it is s***”
Mr Vajeika, an skilled skydiver, recorded his two hundredth leap on June 12 and in addition lists his hobbie as kiteboarding, snowboarding and hockey.