Tag: skydiving

Nov 9, 2017

What To Do If Your Parachute Fails

What To Do If Your Parachute Fails

So you’re skydiving at 12,500 feet, and after pulling your parachute cord, a whole bunch of nothing happens…

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Aug 1, 2016

Skydiver Jumps Out of Plane With No Parachute and Lands Into Giant Net

Skydiver Jumps Out of Plane With No Parachute and Lands Into Giant Net

Luke Aikins is the first person to ever jump from a plane and land on Earth without a parachute

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Jan 16, 2016

Roberta Mancino Wingsuits Through Panama City Skyline

Roberta Mancino Wingsuits Through Panama City Skyline

GoPro Athlete Roberta Mancino splits two buildings with style as she takes flight in Panama City, Panama

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Nov 21, 2015

A World Champion Skydiver’s Story of Survival and What It Taught Him

A World Champion Skydiver’s Story of Survival and What It Taught Him

‘Above All Else’ is the true story of skydiver Dan Brodsky-Chenfeld and the event that would change his life forever.

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Feb 27, 2015

BASE Jumping Into the Abyss

BASE Jumping Into the Abyss

GoPro athlete Marshall Miller BASE jumps into the foggy unknown in Lauterbrennen, Switzerland. The first-person POV gave me chills!

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Nov 19, 2014

Skydiver and Wingsuit Pilot Pull Off Insane Flying Carpet Stunt

Skydiver and Wingsuit Pilot Pull Off Insane Flying Carpet Stunt

Skydiver Bjørn Magne Bryn and wingsuit pilot Espen Fadnes made history when they pulled off their insane ‘flying carpet’ maneuver in Norway’s Romsdalen Valley. The two connected in mid-air for more than 20 seconds before Bjørn broke away and Espen deployed his chute. Project Romsdalen was made possible by two months of intense preparation,…

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Oct 25, 2014

Picture of the Day: Google Exec Quietly Breaks Highest Jump World Record

Picture of the Day: Google Exec Quietly Breaks Highest Jump World Record

Photograph by J. Martin Harris Photography / PSDC If you recall the fanfare surrounding Felix Baumgartner’s record-breaking jump set just two years ago, you may be surprised to learn that the record was quietly broken Friday by Google executive, Alan Eustace, 57. At dawn Alan took off in a 35,000 cubic ft. helium balloon.…

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