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Dan Vicary, 33, died alongside fellow wingsuit pilot Ludovic Woerth from France on Saturday. A third man was seriously injured.
Alongside his wingsuit pursuits Mr Vicary, from Invercargill, was also a professional base jumper and skydiver. He lived in Switzerland with his wife Lisa Hutchins. The couple had recently celebrated their third wedding anniversary.
Mr Vicary had completed more than 450 wingsuit flights, 6000 skydives and 750 base jumps.
He was well known in the adventure sport world and tributes were being posted on his Facebook page from around the globe.
Jonathan Touchard said losing Mr Vicary was "truly devastating and a big hit in the face". He said the 33-year-old had an "awesome and positive" personality.
Mark Williams said the 33-year-old was "an inspiration to all who push life's boundaries".
"People like him, that live his dream, should inspire the world to be a better place to live," said Dani Lo.
Mr Vicary visited New Zealand earlier this month, spending time in the South Island filming wingsuit flights.
He enjoyed his time here, writing about the trip on his Facebook page.
"New Zealand was incredible - as always I was blown away by beautiful, untouched scenery out there in the Southern Alps," he said.