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Mix 'N Mash Up - Skydive Spain Boogie

Mix 'N Mash Up - Skydive Spain Boogie

Skydiving is like a ride in an amusement park, only a million times better. Check out this collection from the Skydive Spain Christmas Boogie. Lots of steep angles, head down, head up, tubes… weee! Watch Video »
Skydiving Santa Claus

Skydiving Santa Claus

Sleigh, reindeer and chimneys? Nope. THIS is how Santa Claus delivers presents on Christmas! Santa also shreds in the tunnel. True story. Watch Video »
Rudolph’s Been Replaced… Santa Goes BASE Jumping

Rudolph’s Been Replaced… Santa Goes BASE Jumpi...

Well it was bound to happen… Santa Claus has finally traded in his outdated sleigh and reindeer for a slick new BASE rig — although it’s not as practical for delivering gifts. Watch Video »
Santa's First BASE Jump - Merry Christmas

Santa's First BASE Jump - Merry Christmas

We got a little gift from Santa last night… his first BASE jumping video. Cya, Santa. Merry Christmas! Was Santa good to you this year? What did you get? Watch Video »
The Santa Skydive

The Santa Skydive

It’s that time of year again… Christmas is right around the corner and Santa is working on his freefall skills before the big day. The only problem is there are 14 Santas on this jump and all but one are impostors. Which one do you think is the REAL Santa Claus? Watch Video »
The Not-So-Boring Christmas Boogie

The Not-So-Boring Christmas Boogie

Winter can get a little boring for us skydivers sometimes. What better time to feature an edit from Skydive Spain’s Christmas Boogie than smack-dab in the middle of summer. Just be happy there isn’t snow on the ground. Speaking of Christmas, check out Santa rocking out in the tunnel… too funny! Watch Video »
Santa Spotted BASE Jumping in Australia

Santa Spotted BASE Jumping in Australia

So apparently that wasn’t Santa’s first BASE jumping video I posted on Christmas Day; it appears he’s been jumping a lot longer than I thought. Santa was spotted BASE jumping off the Blues Point Tower in Sydney, Australia on Christmas Eve — circa 1998. Photo by Mark Dunbar. View Photo »