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The Feet-First Revolution

The Feet-First Revolution

Get an inside look at last year’s sit fly bigway record attempts at Skydive Dallas. Turns out this shit is harder than it looks. Although not quite like the Butt First Revolution, the feet-first revolution continues to push forward! Watch Video »
Big Way Battle: 53-Way Sequentials

Big Way Battle: 53-Way Sequentials

The intro music makes it sound like an epic battle for a 50+ way. So intense. But really, awesome camera angles and flying on this big way record in Paraguay — it’s cool to see the view between a flyer’s feet, watching someone come in to dock. Congrats to everyone! Watch Video »
World's Largest Vertical Wingsuit Formation

World's Largest Vertical Wingsuit Formation

Wingsuit pilots from all over the world gathered at Skydive Carolina in September 2011 to test the limits of flying in large vertical fleets. With 36 pilots in a formation spanning over 70 feet high, this fleet set the (unofficial) record for the largest vertical wingsuit formation ever flown. Watch Video »
200-Way Record Attempt Over California

200-Way Record Attempt Over California

Following yesterday’s photo of the 200-way exit, this is Craig O’Brien’s video of 200 of the world’s most talented skydivers attempting to break the California state record at Skydive Perris in October 2011 (submission as an official record is still pending). Congrats to everyone on the jump! Craig, that’s some badass backslididing at break-off. Watch Video »
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 »
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 »