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Old School Skydiving: Don't Try This At Home

Old School Skydiving: Don't Try This At Home

This is an old school shot before my time, so I’m not really sure what’s going on here. But it seems like a great way to squeeze in a few more skydivers on a full load. Anyone know more details about this shot? Photo via Jeremy Renkil. View Photo »
Wish You Were Here

Wish You Were Here

With plenty of aircraft to choose from and world-class organizers from all levels, the Summerfest boogie at Skydive Chicago is the place to be. Photo via STF 4Loko. View Photo »
Skydiving Blizzard

Skydiving Blizzard

A creative blown-out shot of Tiago Amorim Cobra’s skydiving exit. Tiago also snapped another cool shot of his wingsuit exit. View Photo »
Put Your Hands In The Air

Put Your Hands In The Air

Eloy Cruz having some fun on a heli jump at Nitro City in Panama. Photo via Eloy Cruz. Have you ever been to Panama? 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 »
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 »
Friday Freakout: Dumb and Dumber, Dirty Low Pull

Friday Freakout: Dumb and Dumber, Dirty Low Pull

This is ninety seconds of dumb and dumber. At least he realized how dumb this was and hopefully learned from it. In other news, I’ve heard AADs save lives, and rumor has it that flaring helps for soft landings. I still think this insane dirty low pull is the lowest I’ve ever seen — it’s... Watch Video »
Friday Freakout: GoPro Camera Catches On Reserve Handle

Friday Freakout: GoPro Camera Catches On Reserve H...

Don’t get me wrong, I love GoPro! But GoPro cameras and metal handles don’t play nice with each other — especially when freeflying. Yet another reminder to watch those GoPros and protect your handles. On the bright side, at least she didn’t lose her reserve handle. What’s your take on GoPros and/or metal handles? Watch Video »
Hangin' Out On A Helicopter

Hangin' Out On A Helicopter

A fun shot of Marshall Miller, Neil Amonson and Jesse Hall of the GoPro Bomb Squad hangin’ out before their heli jump. Photo by Jake Orness. When and where was your first heli jump? View Photo »
Head Down Happiness

Head Down Happiness

Mike, Bill and Dave flying a head down exit out of the caravan at Skydive Burnaby in Wainfleet, Ontario. This reminds me of the head down hottie pic I posted last month. Photo via Bill Ackford. What’s your favorite style of skydiving or BASE jumping that puts a smile on your face? View Photo »
The PD Factory Team Is Training Hard. Are You?

The PD Factory Team Is Training Hard. Are You?

The World Cup is under way and the PD Factory Team is training hard with their patented P90Exit workout. Great form, JT. Great form. Are you training this hard? Watch Video »
Sitting Over Cloud Cover

Sitting Over Cloud Cover

Philip and Max sit flying over heavy cloud cover at their home DZ, Fallschirm Sport Club Münster in Germany. Photo by Max “Lovestoswoop” Krampe — swooper extraordinaire in The Matrix: Swooping. View Photo »
Pass The Dutchie Up The Freefly Line

Pass The Dutchie Up The Freefly Line

Clearly Mike was thinking about more important things on this freefly jump at Skydive Burnaby. Photo by Bill Ackford. Let’s all play sing-along in the comments, one line at a time. I’ll start… “This generation rules the nation, with version…” View Photo »
Funny "Planking" Skydive Exit

Funny "Planking" Skydive Exit

In an attempt to outdo the flying crane exit, Nasser Al Neyadi pulled off a new “planking” skydive exit over the Palm Islands at Skydive Dubai. I assume he climbed on the roof and slid off — kind of like a slip ‘n slide from 13,000 feet. How fun! You should also check out video... View Photo »
Flying Crane Exit... On Tracking Dive?

Flying Crane Exit... On Tracking Dive?

Instead of diving out of the Skyvan head-first like the rest of his friends, Marc “The Ninja” Pinault thought he’d show off his flying crane technique on exit for a tracking skydive at Parachute School of Toronto (PST). Photo by Freakfly. Great form buddy. I give this exit (the flying crane) an 8.5. On a... View Photo »
Human Slingshot On First Mr. Bill Attempt

Human Slingshot On First Mr. Bill Attempt

Andrew Revesz pulled off his first Mr. Bill exit to celebrate his 100th jump at Skydive Burnaby, which made for an awesome human slingshot once he “ejected” at 8,000 feet. According to my calculations, a “first” Mr. Bill + 100th jump = 2 cases of beer… and a dirty pie to the face! Fortunately this... Watch Video »
Friday Freakout: We've Got A Screamer

Friday Freakout: We've Got A Screamer

This girl is still game for her tandem jump, but she screams her ass off on the way to the door. This is a pretty tame “screamer” compared to the grown man crying before his tandem or the woman freaking out on her tandem exit. What do you think… at what point should a tandem... Watch Video »
Mr. Bill Goes Horribly Right

Mr. Bill Goes Horribly Right

You remember the Friday Freakout: Mr. Bill goes horribly wrong video, right? That was a shit show. Well this Mr. Bill goes horribly right! Wait for it… Watch Video »
Friday Freakout: "Mr. Bill" Goes Horribly Wrong

Friday Freakout: "Mr. Bill" Goes Horribly Wrong

Three words come to mind: cutaway, shit and F*CK — not particularly in that order. Glenda and Phil attempt a Mr. Bill which goes horribly wrong. If you don’t know what “Mr. Bill” is, please don’t try this at home. Have you ever successfully pulled off a Mr. Bill? Watch Video »
Three's Company In Blue Skies

Three's Company In Blue Skies

Photo by James Hatch. View Photo »