Congratulations to OEW Skydive’s latest USPA A-Licence graduate, Jonathan.
Spending 2 weeks with AXIS Flight School at Skydive Arizona, Jonathan completed is training with determination and enthusiasm. Here is a short highlight reel of his experience:
Instructors: Brianne Thompson, Niklas Daniel, Joost Luysterburg, and Murv Riggins. Special thanks to Skydive Arizona, UPT Vector, Performance Designs, Cypres, Cookie, and L&B for their support.
During the Skydive Arizona Turbine Madness Boogie, Arizona X-Force organized the Vertical Challenge. Over four days the team came up with challenging jumps for the participants, working on their strengths and expanding on essential big way flying skills. Thanks to all who attended. We are looking forward to next year. Video edit by Mike Bougher (https://vimeo.com/272681941)
Annette O’Neil and Joel Strickland made their skydive jump over Arizona, performing an incredible air dance before pulling their chutes. They also completed jumps in New Mexico, are currently headed to Nevada, and eventually, they plan on making skydives in all 50 states (even Alaska and Hawaii) over the next six months, making it the first time the challenge has been completed in one fell swoop.
According to Feedspot (a modern RSS reader), the AXIS Flight School YouTube Channel (AXIS FlightSchoolTV) is one of the 30 best Skydiving Youtube Channels on the web. This ranking is based on several criteria, such as:
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Feedspot editorial team’ objective and subjective review
Coming in at #22 on the list, AXIS shares this honor with recognizable brands like iFLY, IBA, Jeb Corliss, Turbolenza, Red Bull Skydiving Team, Performance Designs, Apex BASE, and many more. Click here to view the complete list.
Published: Tuesday, July 25th 2017, 4:37 pm MST By Lydia Camarillo, Anchor
“The sky is the limit for this crew! Skydiving team Arizona X-Force is gearing up for the Skydiving World Cup next month in Germany as part of the U.S. Parachute Team, the nation’s most elite aerial athletes. The team trains at Skydive Arizona in Eloy. Arizona X-Force won the bronze in vertical formation skydiving at the U.S. Parachute Association National Skydiving Championships. During vertical formation skydiving, four-person teams exit the plane more than two miles above the ground and perform acrobatic maneuvers.” Copyright 2017Tucson News Now. All rights reserved.