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Skydiving Accident Caught on Camera

Skydiving Accident Caught on Camera
Daredevil Survives 8,000 foot Skydive Accident. An American skydiver is lucky to be alive after surviving a massive skydiving accident. Craig Stappleton, 51, fell 8,000 feet when both of his parachutes failed to deploy during a skydive. The terrifying ordeal was caught on camera by his jump partner. Skydiving accident caught on camera Luckily for Craig, who had more than 7,000 jumps under his belt... 

Video – Mass Skydiving Event Sets New World Record

Video - Mass Skydiving Event Sets New World Record
*** Watch Video Below *** Whilst the US, Chinese and British Olympic teams in London might be destroying world records faster than a group of merry Greeks smash plates at wedding, over on the other side of the Atlantic, an altogether different feat of global proportions was achieved yesterday. A group of 138 skydivers in Northern Illnois set a new world record for vertical skydiving after the mob... 

Video – Sky Diving Crash and Comeback

Video - Sky Diving Crash and Comeback
Watch the video trailer below. In January this year Jeb Corliss attempted a wingsuit B.A.S.E jump from the top of Table Mountain in South Africa. His descent was intended to be a proximity flight, which means he followed the contours of the mountain on the way down, skimming past the rocks and rubble beneath him, capturing the amazing footage on camera as he went. All went well until he reached... 

Sense of Flying – Amazing Wingsuit Skydiving Video

Sense of Flying - Amazing Wingsuit Skydiving Video
Sensational new footage of a wingsuit skydiving daredevil has been released on Youtube. The video, which shows Norwegian adrenaline junkie, Espen Fadnes flying through the air at 155 miles an hour, is set to become an internet sensation. Fadnes, or the Flying Squirrel as he is also known, made the video in order to communicate his passion for his chosen extreme sport. The Sense of Flying video shows... 
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