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The Most Inspiring Skydiving Videos of 2018

Looking for some inspiration? Whether you’ve never jumped out of a plane before, or you do it every weekend, these videos and the jumpers in them will blow you away and will push you to make your wildest dreams a reality!

1. The 2018 Freefly World Champions

Video by Baptiste Welsch

During the 2018 World Parachuting Championships France’s freefly team crushed the competition with their insane moves. This is just one round of six that athletes Greg Crozier and Karine Joly blew minds and skyrocketed to the top of the leaders board!

2. Vertical World Record 200-Way Attempt

Video by Anas Bekkali

This summer Vertical Elite helped organized some of the best jumpers in the world to attempt a new head-down record with 200 jumpers! Some bad weather and bad luck put a damper on the attempt – but they still produced some breathtaking and astonishing footage. We can’t wait until they go for it again!

3. Marge, The Bold and Adventurist 90 Year Old Great Grandmother!

Video by Ryan Uldrich and Taylor Hines

We were lucky enough to take this daredevil great-grandmother for her 2nd jump to celebrate her 90th birthday! If a 90 year old facing her fears and taking the leap doesn’t inspire you – we don’t know what will!

4. A Dream Like Night Jump with LED lights and Fireworks!

Video by Ryan Patrick

If skydiving can be art, then this jump is a masterpiece! We could watch this beautiful explosion of color on the night sky for days!

5. Rubik’s Cube XRW

Rubiks Cube XRW from Control Tower on Vimeo.

Video by Logan Donovan & James Russell

This one is simply mind blowing! Local Cross Keys jumpers and self-proclaimed super nerds Logan Donovan and James Russel fly XRW, a discipline involving canopy pilots and wingsuits in flight together, pass off and complete a Rubiks Cube! That is some serious skydiving skills and smarts!

Feeling inspired? Book your first jump today and inspire others to dream big!

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