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The First Rule of Flight Club Is...

The First Rule of Flight Club Is...

Stephan Lipp of the Arizona Flight Club landing his JVX 78 (with custom SkyArt) at the New Zealand Skydiving School. Speaking of SkyArt, click here to check out my fave canopy design. View Photo »
Wingsuit Fly-By Over The Famous Hollywood Sign

Wingsuit Fly-By Over The Famous Hollywood Sign

After lots of red tape, Luke Aikins of the Red Bull Air Force was finally able to pull off a project he’s been working on — a wingsuit fly-by over the famous Hollywood Sign landmark in Los Angeles. Well done guys! I can’t wait to see the video footage from Airborne Images. Photo by Andy... View Photo »
Get Away From Me!

Get Away From Me!

When there are 200 skydivers on a big way record jump, the only thought running through my mind at break-off until landing is, “get away from me!” If you’re looking for video, check out Craig O’Brien’s footage from this 200-way California state formation skydiving record attempt at Skydive Perris. Photo by Juan Mayer. View Photo »
The Real Wingman

The Real Wingman

The Wingman Cam I posted yesterday is pretty cool, but it’s just a toy. Nick Batsch, the distance world record holder, is the real wingman, doing canopy relative work (CRW) with Will Penny on his JPX Petra. Photo by Will Penny. View Photo »
Playing With His Pole in Public

Playing With His Pole in Public

Marshall Miller of the GoPro Bomb Squad playing with his pole in public again. View Photo »
Leap of Faith

Leap of Faith

Atle Dahl and the late Ted Rudd BASE jumping in the Gudvangen Valley in Norway. Fly free Ted. RIP. Photo by Trond R. Teigen. You can also watch Suitable: A Tribute to Ted Rudd. View Photo »
What Would Wingsuiting Jesus Do?

What Would Wingsuiting Jesus Do?

More importantly, what WOULDN’T wingsuiting Jesus do?? Obviously wingsuit proximity flying and a wingsuit rodeo are on His bucket list. But what else do you think wingsuiting Jesus would do? View Photo »
Hanging On For Dear Life

Hanging On For Dear Life

No, wait. Only wuffos hold on for dear life. He probably just got a little too excited when the red light went on and now he’s waiting for the right spot. Just another reminder to never exit the plane too early. Photo via Freakfly. View Photo »
Flying Into The Grand Canyon

Flying Into The Grand Canyon

Yves “Jetman” Rossy scoping out his landing area at sunset before his flight over the Grand Canyon with a jet-powered wing. Photo by Bruno Brokken. With a price tag of over $200,000, who wants a “Jetman” wing for Christmas? View Photo »
White Wonderland

White Wonderland

Tracking over a white wonderland of heavy cloud cover with Marco, Enricio, Raffaele and Giglini of the Atmonauti Top Patrol. Photo by David Costa. Speaking of heavy cloud cover, check out this incredible cloud farm over Argentina. View Photo »
Bodysurfin' at Spaceland

Bodysurfin' at Spaceland

Antonio Arias docking David Israd, dropknee style, on his 800th jump at Skydive Spaceland in Houston, Texas. Happy 800th David! This reminds me of this bodysurfing exit at Skydive Elsinore. View Photo »
Dancing On Clouds

Dancing On Clouds

Jessica Fragoso of Team Wonderland dancing on the clouds for her 300th jump at Skydive The Ranch in New York. Happy 300th Jessica. Please send some beer our way. Photo by Victor “BAM” Howard. This pic reminds me of Natanie Cogburn standing on top of the world. View Photo »
Mad Mediterranean Skillz

Mad Mediterranean Skillz

Nils has skillz! Such a gorgeous view of the Mediterranean Sea over Skydive Empuriabrava in Spain with Louise Kristensen and Nils Predstrup. Photo by Will Penny. Nils is the photog behind the “Most Beautiful Photo” award and a flyer in the award-winning “4 Elements Free” skydiving video from the Voss Film Festival. View Photo »
World's First Wingsuit Flight Between Buildings in Malaysia

World's First Wingsuit Flight Between Buildings in...

Congrats to Luigi Cani on becoming the first person in the world to fly a wingsuit between the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The buildings officially ranked as the world’s tallest until surpassed by the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. Speaking of “firsts” and the Burj, check out the first world record BASE jump off... View Photo »
Under The Bridge

Under The Bridge

A nice shot from Bridge Day 2011 of a BASE jumper setting up for landing, with rappel lines under the bridge in the background. Photo by Andrew Revesz. View Photo »
Petra-fied Pro Swooping

Petra-fied Pro Swooping

The JPX Petra makes Patrick Boulongne look like a pro on the pond. Oh, wait… he IS a pro. Patrick placed first overall at the 2011 French Canopy Piloting Nationals with his Petra 76. Now check out this video of Patrick swooping the pond, only inches away from his friend’s face. Now that’s trust! Photo... View Photo »
Big Way Traffic: 200-Way Exit

Big Way Traffic: 200-Way Exit

A little traffic is expected on big ways, especially when 200 skydivers exiting 9 aircraft attempt to set a new California state formation skydiving record at Skydive Perris. Landing must have been interesting; kind of like this big way landing traffic, only twice as many skydivers/canopies. This is just a teaser for tomorrow’s video, so... View Photo »
2 Girls, 1 Bridge

2 Girls, 1 Bridge

Usually the old saying, “If all your friends jumped off a bridge, would you do it too?”, is a rhetorical question… unless you’re BASE jumping at Bridge Day, in which case the answer is “hells yeah!” Photo by Andrew Revesz. View Photo »
Old AND Bold BASE Jumper at Bridge Day

Old AND Bold BASE Jumper at Bridge Day

Who says there are no old, bold BASE jumpers? With over 400+ BASE jumpers at Bridge Day this year, you’re bound to see it all, including gorilla and bunny costumes, Mr. Bill, TandemBASE, and an 82-year-old BASE jumper — Donald Cripps from Emerald Coast Skydiving in Alabama. Photo by Andrew Revesz. View Photo »
Unofficial Vertical Wingsuit Formation Record

Unofficial Vertical Wingsuit Formation Record

This was the vertical wingsuit record attempt at Skydive Carolina in September 2011. Although it was the largest vertical wingsuit formation flown so far, it’s an unofficial record because the USPA doesn’t have a category for vertical formations yet. Photo by Richard Schneider. View Photo »