1. Miles Daisher wingsuit from KL tower

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    • Getting excited for BASE 2015

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      Some unused shots and stuff that made me laugh. Music: Enthusiast by Tours (www.thesnakerecords.com)

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      • Kachi, Free Fall Suspensions 2014

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        SINNER team Земля Прыжков Basejump.EE Прыжки на крюках со свободным падением в Крыму, ноябрь-декабрь 2014. Free fall suspensions in Crimea, nov-dec 2014.

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        • Mário Pardo - Sic Radical - CC All Stars - Salto Padrão dos Descobrimentos

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          www.mariopardo.com

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          • FLY YOU FOOLS!

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            from Axel Salomonsson / Added

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            This film is about human flight and unconditional love! Do you like angles, demos, flybys, pre jump rituals, night jumps, canopy piloting, ground launching, coffee, sunsets, proximity tracking and good vibes? This is for you. ONE LOVE

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            • Project: Flight - Outtakes

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              Enjoy this Outtakes video to Project: Flight! (watch Project: Flight now: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZRSz8WcQBk) Project: Flight was an effort to create a montage video consisting of all wingsuit footage submitted by wingsuit pilots from all over the world, big and small. What resulted was this short, high octane movie! What better way to bring in the New Year?! Contributors include: Jokke Sommer, Chris McDougall, Luke Hively, Rob Pelon, Clem Newell, Scott Paterson, Gordon Sellers, Zeeshan Mirza, David Walden, Richard Schneider, Nicolas Inzerella, Brian Wright, Dave Paterson, Brad Perkins, Igor Stol, Charity Dover, Joe Ridler, Gray Kremer, Jedd Cowser, Alex Drozdov, François Gouy, and Kevin Diaz. Produced/Directed/Edited: Negative4 Productions, The GoWorld Project, and Michael Cook Additional Editing: Richard Schneider Join the GoWorld community on Facebook (with over 10,000 members): https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Go... Shouts out to our sponsors: Apex BASE - https://www.facebook.com/apexbase?ref=br_tf SAFEISH Clothing - https://www.facebook.com/Safeish XTreme Video - https://www.facebook.com/XTvideo To participate in next year's Project: Flight, please send us an email: ProjectFlight@GoWorldProject.com. http://www.GoWorldProject.com contact us: contact@Negative4Productions.com music - "Twice" (fondle) by Insightful Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/insightfulll...

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              • Project: Flight (International Wingsuit Collaboration)

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                Project: Flight was an effort to create a montage video consisting of all wingsuit footage submitted by wingsuit pilots from all over the world, big and small. What resulted was this short, high octane movie! What better way to bring in the New Year?! Contributors include: Jokke Sommer, Chris McDougall, Luke Hively, Rob Pelon, Clem Newell, Scott Paterson, Gordon Sellers, Zeeshan Mirza, David Walden, Richard Schneider, Nicolas Inzerella, Brian Wright, Dave Paterson, Brad Perkins, Igor Stol, Charity Dover, Joe Ridler, Gray Kremer, Jedd Cowser, Alex Drozdov, François Gouy, and Kevin Diaz. Produced/Directed/Edited: Negative4 Productions, The GoWorld Project, and Michael Cook Additional Editing: Richard Schneider Join the GoWorld community on Facebook (with over 10,000 members): https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Go... Shouts out to our sponsors: Apex BASE - https://www.facebook.com/apexbase?ref... SAFEISH Clothing - https://www.facebook.com/Safeish XTreme Video - https://www.facebook.com/XTvideo Music (in order of appearance) Stryv: https://www.facebook.com/StryvOfficia... "Gone Away" - Dankys & Kutlo: https://www.facebook.com/Dankysdnb?fr... To participate in next year's Project: Flight, please send us an email: ProjectFlight@GoWorldProject.com. Archive footage: CBS News & NASA http://www.GoWorldProject.com contact us: contact@Negative4Productions.com

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                • Learn to fly

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                  This video follows the trend of the community to upload some kind of annual report of the previous season and to share it with people who are interested. But in the first place this is for the people who are mentioned in the credits! Big hugs and thanks to you!!! For me, 2014 was a very intense year. After 3 years of practice I finally learned to fly! There were one or two mishaps (which are included in the video), were I almost ended on the list, but all in all no big shit happened! Am lookin forward to next season! Cheers, Dom

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                  • Sun is Shining

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                    Steph Davis and Ian Mitchard mountain flying in Italy, Switzerland and France during the unusually cloudy and rainy summer season of 2014. This 5 week period of travel featured about 70% walking up and down mountains in the clouds and rain and 30% flying down them: and it made for some spectacularly visual (and much appreciated) flights. We also were given the opportunity to fly a heli line above the Tre Cime di Lavaredo, the iconic Dolomite group, and to jump in Chamonix and Switzerland with good friends and talented pilots. For those curious about the sport, mountain flying starts with the approach: hiking and climbing up for several hours, often involving some rappelling or ropework, or a portion on a ski lift if you're lucky. If wind and cloud conditions allow for flight, the flight begins with the "exit" and the "start" from the cliff. Good technique, a good wingsuit and body awareness are required to push off the cliff in the correct position and transition from the first seconds of freefall into fast, forward flight as the wingsuit fills with air. In the last couple of years, new advances in suit technology, and pilot skill and confidence, have resulted in better and better starts which have allowed us to fly newer mountains that have shorter vertical drops in the beginning. Not long ago, wingsuit pilots required a sheer thousand foot drop to start, now most experienced pilots are comfortable with half that drop. Once flying, the pilot takes a "line" down the mountain, as wingsuit flyers will always lose altitude even as they fly forward, much like a skier. Pilots can choose a straight out line, avoiding all the terrain, or they can choose an aggressive line, diving down to the terrain. The skill, experience and style of the pilot dictates the loft and speed of the flight and the proximity to the terrain of the mountain. At the end of the flight, when all of the interesting terrain has been flown and the mountain has spit the pilot out into open air, most flyers will slow the suit to deploy the parachute and choose a good, flat spot to land the parachute. For the most part, climbing the mountain is a significant part of mountain flying, but occasionally pilots will exit from a helicopter in order to fly a particularly interesting line that doesn't have a cliff start above it: these are called heli lines. The Adventure Outdoor Festival in San Candido invited us to fly a heli line above the Tre Cime di Lavaredo. Having climbed these faces, the most appealing line would be to create a beautiful flight past the sheer faces of Cima Ouest and Cima Grande and through the gully that separates Cima Piccola, if the altitude and terrain would allow for it. We spent a day hiking around the Cime, exploring landing zones and discussing possibilities for the line. We studied topographic maps to plan the line three dimensionally, and decide where in altitude and distance to leave the helicopter in order to set up for our flight. On a trip which was characterized by driving rain and thick clouds, we found it a miracle that this scheduled day allowed for the flight, and with just enough clouds to make the Tre Cime even more beautiful (if that could be possible!). Most wingsuit pilots jump with a small camera on their helmet: a very few specialize in camera flying, with larger cameras on their helmets. Camera flying is an extremely specialized skill: a camera flyer must fly the same line as the pilot in front, but has to exit, start and fly while matching speeds and travel to the front pilot and while keeping her in frame. As another ski analogy, an extreme skier has to hike a mountain and ski a line: the cameraman has to hike the same mountain, carrying camera equipment, and ski the same line while keeping the front skier in frame with a big camera on his head. Ian Mitchard is one of the best camera flyers in the sport. Filmed in Lauterbrunnen Switzerland, Monte Brento Italy, Chamonix France, Walendstadt and Gigerwald Switzerland,Tre Cime di Lavaredo Italy, Le Valais Switzerland, and Gorge de La Bourne France Music tracks Rusko Everyday (Netsky Remix) Avicii Addicted to You Many thanks to prAna, Evolv, Contour, Mammut, Squirrel and Backcountry.com for your support!

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                    • UNITE

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                      Our squad recently traveled to Tarifa to unify and get to know each other a little more. Wainman Hawaii presents a Light Bros Creative film, directed by Matthias Winkenstern & Forest Bakker, starring Niccolo Porcella, Alvaro Onieva, Forest Bakker & Franz Olry. Shot in Tarifa, Spain. Aerials by Sebastian Lang Filmed by Forest Bakker Nick Hall Matthias Winkenstern Colour Grading by Matthias Winkenstern Sound Design by Forest Bakker www.wainmanhawaii.com www.lightbroscreative.com

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