CSKA parachutists win gold at the World Cup
At the 35th World Parachuting Championships, women's group competitions for precision landing were held. At the World Parachuting Championships, the first set of awards was played - in women's group…

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The first parachute jump
I went to Taupo, New Zealand, and this was my first parachute jump. Skydiving was never what I desperately wanted to do, or even miss such a fleeting thought, but…

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"Capsule"
The extremal made a preplanned jump without a parachute from a height of 7620 meters and landed on a network stretched over the California desert. “This is a tiny object…

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Monthly Archives: August 2017

U-Turn Physics under the Dome (part 2)

You should begin training in high-speed landing by approaching in a straight line with acceleration by two front free ends, which must be pulled up by 10-12 cm.This approach will be similar to the standard one, except that the front free ends must be smoothly started to release at a height of several feet ( 1 foot = 0.309 m) above the one on which you usually begin to perform a “pillow”. The “pillow” itself runs smoothly and slowly. Continue reading

Skydiving canopy piloting
Dome Acrobatics (canopy RW, CRW, CReW) In this type of parachuting, athletes build various figures in the sky and perform rebuilding with an already opened parachute. At the same time,…

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Skydiving canopy piloting
Dome Acrobatics (canopy RW, CRW, CReW) In this type of parachuting, athletes build various figures in the sky and perform rebuilding with an already opened parachute. At the same time,…

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Beginner Tips - Low U-Turn (part 1)
Starting from the very first jumps, skydivers are taught that a low U-turn is one of the main causes of parachuting accidents. When turning, the vertical speed increases, and when…

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Beginner Tips - Low U-Turn (part 2)
Now consider the pitch angle of the dome, which is often confused with the angle of attack. This is the pitch angle that is set by mutually adjusting the length…

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