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World's First Jetpack Flight Beside Passenger Aircraft

World's First Jetpack Flight Beside Passenger Airc...

Um, we can all agree that Yves “Jetman” Rossy is a total badass, right? Okay cool. Well he keeps upping his game, from controlled barrel rolls and flying loops around hot air balloons, to the world’s first flight beside a passenger aircraft — the Breitling DC-3. Not to mention footage from inside the aircraft as... Watch Video »
Hilarious Pajama Freefly World Record Skydive

Hilarious Pajama Freefly World Record Skydive

This. Is. Amazing. Pajama’s in freefall. I have no idea if this is actually a world record jump, but, according to these guys, that’s their story and I’m sticking to it. What’s the funniest thing you’ve worn skydiving? Watch Video »
World Record BASE Jump From 21,400 Feet!

World Record BASE Jump From 21,400 Feet!

Russian BASE jumper and climber Valery Rozov recently added another highlight to his incredible career in extreme sports by setting a new world record with a BASE jump from the top of Shivling — a 21,400 foot (about 6,543 meters) mountain in the Indian Himalayas. Watch Video »
Gary Connery's World Record Wingsuit Landing (Aerial View)

Gary Connery's World Record Wingsuit Landing (Aeri...

Check out this aerial view of Gary Connery’s world record wingsuit landing. On May 23, 2012, stuntman Gary Connery became the first skydiver in history to land a wingsuit without a parachute, with the help of 18,000 cardboard boxes as his landing strip. The people who helped set up all those boxes were probably a... Watch Video »
BREAKING: World's First Wingsuit Landing Without Parachute

BREAKING: World's First Wingsuit Landing Without P...

Congrats to stuntman Gary Connery on making aviation history on May 23, 2012 as the first skydiver in the world to land a wingsuit without a parachute. The landing strip consisted of 18,000 cardboard boxes stacked 350ft long, 40ft wide and 12ft deep. Crazy, but way cool. What an amazing “first”… that’s beer Gary! Watch Video »
Pink Skies. Incredible Inspiration. (Trailer)

Pink Skies. Incredible Inspiration. (Trailer)

Featuring aerial footage from the world’s top skydiving cinematographers, Pink Skies is an inspirational documentary about the empowerment of women. It’s about overcoming obstacles as athletes and as human beings. The film covers an extraordinary event, Jump For the Cause. JFTC brought together 181 women from 31 countries who jumped out of 9 planes to... Watch Video »
March Madness: World-Class Skydiving

March Madness: World-Class Skydiving

Setting a skydiving world record requires world-class talent, which would explain all of the amazing talent that was assembled for the world record tryouts at Skydive Sebastian during March Madness. This is our first collaboration on a skydiving video, so HUGE thanks to WIDSIX for the edit and STF Block Party for the footage. Stay... 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 »
World's First Wingsuit Flight Over Mount Everest

World's First Wingsuit Flight Over Mount Everest

So you’ve probably already seen Bill Booth’s skydive from 30,000 over Mount Everest. Well here’s something new. Joby Ogwyn took up the challenge to be the first person in the world to fly a wingsuit on top of the world, beside the world’s tallest mountain — Mount Everest. And it’s pretty damn cool. Watch Video »
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 »
World's First Wingsuit Flight THROUGH Mountain in China

World's First Wingsuit Flight THROUGH Mountain in ...

He did it! The fearless Jeb Corliss made history on September 24, 2011 as the first person to fly a wingsuit through Tianmen Hole — an actual hole through a mountain — in Hunan Province, China. Jeb jumped from a helicopter 6,500 feet above the mountain before flying through the 360-foot-tall, 96-foot-wide, 260-foot-long hole in... Watch Video »
Amazing 400-Way Formation Skydiving World Record

Amazing 400-Way Formation Skydiving World Record

This is an old clip from 2006 of the World Team completing the 400-way formation skydiving world record in Thailand. This isn’t like the Mission 100 big way at Parachute Montreal or the Square One 200-Way Sequential at Skydive Arizona. This is a very impressive 400-way… like a game of human Tetris in the sky.... Watch Video »
Looong Distance Swooping By World Record Holder, Nick Batsch

Looong Distance Swooping By World Record Holder, N...

Have you ever seen anyone swoop the length of TWO football fields? Well, now you have. Nick Batsch set a new distance world record of 222 meters (730 feet) with Icarus Canopies’s (by NZ Aerosports) new swooping machine, the sexy JPX Petra 69, during the 2011 PD Big Boy Pants event at Mile-Hi Skydiving Center... Watch Video »
Canopy Formation 100-Way World Record

Canopy Formation 100-Way World Record

This was the 2007 canopy formation 100-way world record set at Florida Skydiving Center in Lake Wales, Florida. I would definitely prefer to be in one of the outer slots instead of the middle. What about you… which slot would you want on a big way canopy formation like this? Watch Video »
Yves "Jetman" Rossy Flies Over Grand Canyon

Yves "Jetman" Rossy Flies Over Grand Canyon

Swiss adventurer and former fighter pilot Yves “Jetman” Rossy completed an 8 minute flight over the Grand Canyon on Saturday – his first flight in the United States with his custom jet-powered carbon wing. Yves flew more than 195 feet (60 meters) above the canyon and reached speeds of up to 190 mph (305 km/h).... Watch Video »
Women’s 40-Way Vertical World Record - View #2

Women’s 40-Way Vertical World Record - View #2

Another great shot by Simon from a different angle of the women’s 40-Way vertical world record in 2010 at Skydive Arizona. Click here to see the other angle of the women’s 40-way vertical world record at Skydive Arizona. Photo by Simon Bones Palacio. View Photo »
Women's 40-Way Vertical World Record at Skydive Arizona

Women's 40-Way Vertical World Record at Skydive Ar...

A great shot of the women’s 40-Way vertical world record in 2010 at Skydive Arizona. Photo by Simon Bones Palacio. View Photo »
Roberta Mancino's First Demo Reel

Roberta Mancino's First Demo Reel

As if Roberta Mancino wasn’t talented enough, now she’s editing her own demo reels. This is Roberta’s first final cut edit of her first 4 wingsuit BASE jumps, her world record freefly jump and a demo at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. Thanks for sharing your demo reel with us Roberta, and congrats on... Watch Video »
World Record Freefall Speed: 343 MPH by Luigi Cani!

World Record Freefall Speed: 343 MPH by Luigi Cani...

Now this is FAAAAASSSST! Luigi Cani‘s world record freefall speed of 343 mph (approx. 552 km/h)! Photo by Craig O’Brien. View Photo »
World Record 22-Mile Skydive Across English Channel

World Record 22-Mile Skydive Across English Channe...

Austrian-born Felix Baumgartner set a new world record on July 31, 2003 when he became the first person to cross the English Channel with a carbon wing. From 30,000 feet (9,144 meters), Felix soared 22 miles (35 km) across the entire stretch of water between England and France, hitting a top speed of 220 mph.... Watch Video »