Exit Point #14 - Roch Malnuit

Roch Malnuit started BASE jumping in 2003, at the age of 21. Roch learned how to jump from his father who is a pioneer in the sport. Roch moved to Chamonix when he was in high school to play ice hockey and soon after dedicated himself to climbing and jumping in the Alps. He has over 2000 BASE jumps and has opened many exits in his home region. He has also completed technical alpine ascents and wingsuit BASE jumps in Antarctica and Pakistan. He is heavily involved in the sport and is President of the French BASE Association. Roch also provides teaching and guiding with his Rock Drop BASE jumping school. He believes that being a good coach is not just about performance, but also being able to support and advise students on their path in the sport. When he’s not out jumping, you can find Roch in his hometown of Chamonix, rock climbing, snowboarding, paragliding, or spending time with his two daughters.  https://www.rock-drop.com/ https://www.facebook.com/roch.malnuit

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Welcome to Exit Point - the podcast about BASE jumping, wingsuiting, and all the ups and downs that come with it. Whether you‘re curious about getting into BASE, passionate about mountain sports, want to learn how top adventure athletes approach risk assessment or are even a 2000 jump expert, you‘re sure to pick up tidbits of actionable advice on best practices or gain new perspectives when you listen to Exit Point. Laurent Frat and Matt Blank draw on their experience and network of professional jumpers to gain a deeper understanding of all things BASE.