What else?

Indoor Skydiving is a young and developing sport that is wide open to new possibilities. There are always new ways to challenge your flying and who says you can’t create your own discipline!

New events include 5way FS and 3 Bellynamix (where flyers stay on their bellies as they fly specific patterns around the tunnel), both of which were created for a meet in 2016.

It doesn’t have to be serious either. Flyers everywhere are enjoying tunnel games like:

  • Tunnel Ball where 2 flyers work to catch a flying ball as many times as they can within a set working time with the winner being the flyer with most successful catches.
  • Pylon Races where flyers race around streamers coming vertically off the net as many times as they can in a set working time.

We invite you to challenge yourself to something new!


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