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Skydiving Without Parachute - Antti Pendikainen

Skydiving Without Parachute - Antti Pendikainen

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Skydiving into the Blue Hole, Belize

The ultimate skydive in my 22 years of jumping! Exit from 13,500 feet in PERFECT weather conditions (ie endless blue skies, puffy clouds and NO wind) with my beautiful husband slaDE~ and our Arizona friend, Ginger. I deployed at 8,000 feet so I could soak in all the exotic beauty and sublime heavenly experience. A once in a lifetime never-to-forget skydive!!! BTW, my canopy is red, black and gray, and I am the last person to land in this video. WOOHOO!

The Great Blue Hole is a stunning circular jewel surrounded by a ring of shallow luminous coral reef in the Lighthouse Reef Atoll. Measuring 1,000 feet across and more than 400 feet deep, this ocean-floor limestone sinkhole is believed to be the world's largest blue hole, made famous by Jacques Cousteau. Atolls are characterized by a large, fairly shallow lagoon surrounded by coral reefs. Only four known true atolls exist in the Western Hemisphere, and of these, three reside in Belize: Turneffe, Lighthouse and Glovers.


By Joe Jennings
Parachuting, or skydiving, is the action sport of exiting an aircraft and returning to earth with the aid of gravity while using a parachute to slow down during the final part of the descent. It may or may not involve a certain amount of free-fall, a time during which the parachute has not been deployed and the body gradually accelerates to terminal velocity. The history of skydiving starts with Andre-Jacques Garnerin who made successful descents using a canvas canopy and small basket, tethered beneath a hot-air balloon. The first intentional freefall jump with a ripcord-operated deployment is credited to Leslie Irvin in 1919 ; however, the stunt jumper Georgina Tiny Broadwick claimed to have made earlier freefall jumps simply by cutting her static-line and manually pulling the remaining cord-end after falling away from the aircraft. The military developed parachuting technology as a way to save aircrews from emergencies aboard balloons and aircraft in flight, and later as a way of delivering soldiers to the battlefield. Early competitions date back to the 1930s, and it became an international sport in 1952.

Parachuting is performed as a recreational activity and a competitive sport, as well as for the deployment of military personnel Airborne forces and occasionally forest firefighters.

A skydiving center can be a commercial operation or a club, usually operates at an airport, and provides one or more aircraft that takes groups of skydivers up for a fee. An individual jumper can go up in a light aircraft such as a Cessna 172 or Cessna 182. In busier drop zones (DZ) larger aircraft may be used such as the Cessna 208, de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter, GippsAero GA8 Airvan or Short SC.7 Skyvan.

A typical jump involves individuals exiting an aircraft (usually an airplane, but sometimes a helicopter or even the gondola of a balloon), at anywhere from 1,000 to 4,000 meters (3,000 to 13,000 feet) altitude. If jumping from a low altitude, the parachute is deployed immediately; however, at higher altitudes, the skydiver may free-fall for a short period of time (about a minute)[1] before activating a parachute to slow the landing down to safe speeds (about 5 to 7 minutes).

When the parachute opens (usually the parachute will be fully inflated by 800 meters or 2,600 feet) the jumper can control the direction and speed with toggles on the end of steering lines attached to the trailing edge of the parachute, and can aim for the landing site and come to a relatively gentle stop. All modern sport parachutes are self-inflating ram-air wings that provide control of speed and direction similar to the related paragliders. Purists in either sport would note that paragliders have much greater lift and range, but that parachutes are designed to absorb the stresses of deployment at terminal velocity.

By manipulating the shape of the body in freefall, a skydiver can generate turns, forward motion, backwards motion, and even lift (relative to other jumpers, not the ground).

When leaving an aircraft, for a few seconds a skydiver continues to travel forward as well as down, due to the momentum created by the aircraft's speed (known as forward throw). The perception of a change from horizontal to vertical flight is known as the relative wind, or informally as being on the hill. In freefall, skydivers generally do not experience a falling sensation because the resistance of the air to their body at speeds above about 50 mph (80 km/h) provides some feeling of weight and direction. At normal exit speeds for aircraft (approx 90 mph (140 km/h)) there is little feeling of falling just after exit, but jumping from a balloon or helicopter can create this sensation. Skydivers reach terminal velocity (around 120 mph (190 km/h) for belly to Earth orientations, 150--200 mph (240--320 km/h) for head down orientations) and are no longer accelerating towards the ground. At this point the sensation is as of a forceful wind.
12-way formation with videographer seen in upper-right corner
Jump with Russian flag

Many people make their first jump with an experienced and trained instructor -- this type of skydive may be in the form of a tandem skydive. During the tandem jump the instructor is responsible for emergency procedures in the unlikely event that they will be needed, therefore freeing the student to concentrate on learning to skydive. Other training methods include static line, IAD (Instructor Assisted Deployment), and AFF (Accelerated Free fall) also known as Progressive Free-Fall (PFF) in Canada.

Banzai! Skydive Las Vegas

Location: Skydive Las Vegas
Date: 2nd August 2007
Temperature: HOT!!!
Jump Altitude: 3 miles (16,000 feet)
Buzzword: BANZAI!
Instructor: Yuki...his 2nd jump ;)

Check out Lake Mead/Hoover Dam on the way down & the Nevada/Arizona desert...amazing!
BTW, the fish-eye lens make my snout look huge! Not flattering.

Dream Jump - Dubai 4K

What sounds like a nightmare for most is still a dream for others; to BASE jump off the world's second highest residential structure with the most qualified athletes in the world.

SkydiveDubai and XDubai have partnered with DreamJump to bring dreams to extreme reality when they opened the opportunity for limited people from the public to jump using the DreamJump System.

In addition to the dream jumps, a total of 558 BASE Jumps occurred in a matter of just a few days off the Princess Tower in the heart of the Dubai Marina.

Dubai Film has partnered alongside SkydiveDubai and XDubai to bring the fear, adrenaline, laughter, excitement, and joy for you to enjoy.

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GoPro: Helicopter Skydive

Patrick Remington and friends take a short helicopter ride above Pensacola, Florida then hang off the copter for a moment before skydiving to Navarre Beach.

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World Record Group Skydive: 164-Person Formation

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164 jumpers, 7 planes, 175mph, and a new world record! A hand-picked group of pro and amateur divers took to the skies of Chicago in attempt to pull off a world-first: 164 people hand-in-hand in a group formation during total freefall...

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04/30/2011 The skydive accident that caused the loss of my left arms feeling due to nerves being severed from spine, which I am still waiting for the amputation confirmation date. All I remember is looking over at the pit and seeing the trailer and wanting to avoid it. Upon exiting the plain the winds on the ground were at 11 mph due west. Coming in on landing I did a pen check and was being blown backwards from the west and crosswinds from the north. The winds at the time of the crash were all over, varying from west and north anywhere from 20 mph to gust of 28 mph. The GoPro camera I was using makes it look like I am farther away from the trailer than i really am. I had a small window of time to make a decision attempt to miss the trailer or due a low turn and pitch myself into the ground with a down draft and traveling at around 45 mph. I am here posting this video so as far as I'm concerned it was the right decision at the time. In truth, I PROBABLY SHOULDN'T BE ALIVE... I DO NOT REMEMBER ANYTHING AFTER THAT ALL I DO IS WATCH THE VIDEO! Visit

Flying Fox @ Jumping Heights Rishikesh

Flying Fox @ Jumping Heights, Rishikesh on the Annual trip,2013 of IntelliGrape with Gunpreet in left, Rajan in center and me in right.

Skydive Dubai - May 2011

One week of skydiving over one of the most beautiful drop zone of the world...

Skydive Dubaï Part 2 - January 2012 is now available !!

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Adele - Rolling In The Deep (Moto Blanco Radio Edit)
Alexandra Stan - Get Back (Radio Edit)
Zoot vs Zoe Badwi - Freefallin (Radio Edit)

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GoPro: Soul Flyers 33,000 ft Above Mont Blanc

The Soul Flyers skydive at the incredible height of 33,000 ft above Mont Blanc in France.

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Skydiving without parachute

A weird guy jumping from a plane without parachute!

World's Highest Bungee Jump ᴴᴰ (Backwards!)

Officially the world's highest commercial bungee jump at 233 m/764 ft.

Jumping happened 5th Jan 2012 from Macau Tower, Macau; China. It was wet, it was windy and my God was it scary.

Lady Slips Out of Parachute When Skydiving

Lady falls out of her harness when she goes skydiving.

Skydiving accidents accidentes paracaidismo salto base (video fuerte)

video fuerte precaucion, accidentes en paracaidismo y salto base

Travis Pastrana's Skydive with no parachute

Travis jumps form a plane without a parachute and relies only on his friends to get him back safe to the ground.

525 Feet Thrilling Bungee Jumping in Nepal, The 3rd Highest Natural Jump in World!

The Last Resort, Nepal -- 525 ft (160 m)
It gives you a scope to look and jump off from the longest Nepalese suspension bridge across one of the scariest tropical gorges, with the Bhote Kosi River rumbling below. You can remain in air for a long time during your free fall amid the charming valley sights.
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Bungee Pokhara by HighGround Adventures

Bungee pokhara is the newest and the hottest adventure attraction to hit Nepal in 2014. It is located 25 mins away from the scenic town from Pokhara. Visit for more information

Striving for victory at Volcom Pipe Pro | In House S2E2

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Volcom Pipe Pro continues with some bigger names taking their turn. Follow Ian Walsh, Jamie O'Brien and Adriano de Souza, among others, as they take on the legendary Pipeline in Oahu, Hawaii, each of them wanting that victory more than anything.


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