"The Second Longest and Highest Freefall in the World"
August 16, 1960 Joseph Kittinger jumped from an altitude of 102,800 feet.
Freefell for 4˝ minutes and reached a speed of 614 mph
before opening his parachute at 18,000 feet. That was the first real skydiving world record.
"The Longest and Highest Freefall in the World"
October 14, 2012 Felix Baumgartner from an altitude of 128,100 feet above the Earth, 24 miles up.
Hit Mach 1.24, or 833.9 mph. Descent lasted just over nine minutes, about half of it in a free fall of 119,846 feet. Video Redbull Stratos
Upside Down Skydivers Smash World Record
Drop zone at Skydive Chicago in Ottawa, Illinois.
164 skydivers Flying at 20,000ft, separated at 7, 500 to fly to clear space and open their parachutes no later than 3,000 feet. The jump team were required to join hands in a pre-designed formation while upside down and travelling at 180mph.
Luke Aikins - Skydiver (Heaven Sent Jump)
Freefall 25,000 feet without parachute lands in high-tech 10,000-square-foot net (100-by-100-foot)
A two-minute free fall, Luke Aikins successfully landed in the net at the Big Sky Ranch in
Simi Valley, Calif., on Saturday July 30th, 2016
A stunt called, "Heaven Sent,"
42-year-old has had 18,000 parachute jumps.
Record-Breaking Video: 101 Female Skydivers set Free Fall Record (youtube)
First ever 104-Skydiver Jump Fails in Poland (youtube)
Roberta Mancino's High Fashion World’s sexiest daredevil" jumps off cliffs in her sartorial best