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Friday Freakout: Skydiver Gives Up, Cuts Away Mid-Swoop

Friday Freakout: Skydiver Gives Up, Cuts Away Mid-...

This is what happens when you realize mid-swoop that your canopy is simply too big to land. Watch Video »
Friday Freakout: Skydiver Survives Terrifying Low Cutaway, Lands In Trees

Friday Freakout: Skydiver Survives Terrifying Low ...

When your world is spinning ’round under canopy, it’s usually best to cutaway before, say, you can count the pine needles on the trees. Either way, a low cutaway and landing in trees with minimal injuries sure is better than dying. The conclusion: a tension knot, heavy winter clothes and a stuck handle makes for... Watch Video »
Friday Freakout: Low Cutaway, Open By 650 Feet!

Friday Freakout: Low Cutaway, Open By 650 Feet!

Kicking out a few solid line twists feels good. Having a low cutaway and an open reserve by 650 feet feels even better. Watch Video »
Friday Freakout: Cutaway At 1,000 ft + Reserve Line Twists. Balls!

Friday Freakout: Cutaway At 1,000 ft + Reserve Lin...

Having a low cutaway around 1,000 feet is never fun, neither is having 6 solid line twists on your reserve. Good thing he had a Skyhook and could clear those line twists by 500ft. Which would you prefer: get stable before deploying your reserve or line twists on an open/flying reserve? Watch Video »
Friday Freakout: The Craziest Ground Rush You Will EVER See!!!

Friday Freakout: The Craziest Ground Rush You Will...

Talk about GROUND RUSH! I can’t believe someone can hit the ground this hard and survive. My friend Liam Dunne of Deepseed is one lucky man. There are several factors that lead to this outcome, but the end result was a CYPRES save, intense ground rush, an 8 inch footprint in the ground, and surgery... Watch Video »
Friday Freakout: Insanely Low Cutaway, 3 Seconds From Impact!!!

Friday Freakout: Insanely Low Cutaway, 3 Seconds F...

In Soviet Russia, underwear soils you! From what I understand from this incident, her cutaway handle wouldn’t chop so she had to run her fingers up the cable housing to manually pull the cutaway cables. Without an AAD, she manages to deploy the reserve only a few seconds before impacting terra firma, and then lands... Watch Video »
Friday Freakout: Low Wingsuit Cutaway, No AAD, Open By 500ft

Friday Freakout: Low Wingsuit Cutaway, No AAD, Ope...

While wingsuits are all the rage these days, it’s often overlooked that — should a series of events go wrong — you’re now falling toward the earth in a straitjacket. No matter how you slice it, a low deployment followed by a malfunction (without an RSL or AAD), several revolutions on your back, a head-down... Watch Video »
Friday Freakout: Low Wingsuit Cutaway At 800ft

Friday Freakout: Low Wingsuit Cutaway At 800ft

How’s this for a first cutaway — in a wingsuit no less: a tension knot which leads to a cutaway at 2,500ft and an open reserve by 800ft. Unfortunately we can’t choose how good/bad our first cutaway will be, or any other cutaway for that matter. What and when was your first cutaway? Watch Video »