World Record Tandem Skydives

For nearly 29 years, the Special Operations Warrior Foundation has provided full college scholarship grants, not loans, along with financial aid and educational counseling to surviving children of Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps special operations personnel who were killed in an operational mission or training accident. The Special Operations Warrior Foundation is proud of its ability to maintain a low overhead. In 2008, the administrative overhead was 5.8 percent – meaning 94.2 cent of every dollar goes directly to the programs of supporting special operations personnel and their families. Bowlin and Gould decided to meld their passions for skydiving with a fund raising event for SWOF. The idea was to do the most tandem jumps in a 24-hour period. Tandem jumps are when two people jump together under a single parachute system. They are attached at four points. They exit together, freefall together and land together. The goal was to make 150 tandem jumps in 24-hours. That would…

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Richmond International Raceway Tandem Skydiving

No limits Skydiving instructors brought Richmond International Raceway Track President, Doug Fritz on a Tandem Skydive for a press conference at the track. Our staff are recognized as the best in the area and are used often for special events. In a promotion to introduce the Air Guard 400, Richmond International Raceway Track President Doug Fritz accept the challenge to go skydiving for the first time. This was no ordinary jump, Fritz made a tandem skydiving into the infield of the racetrack with the help of instructor and professional skydiver Matt Wilson. Matt is also the owner of No Limits Skydiving and makes his living helping people experience the thrill of skydiving. This was the first time a track present has ever jumped into his own track. “I tell you what, I think it’s the craziest thing I’ve ever done in my entire life, but hopefully we’ll sell some tickets,” Fritz said.

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Nutsy the Flying Squirrel

The staff of No Limits Skydiving helped kick off the baseball season by flying the mascot for the Flying Squirrels baseball team into the park before the game on opening night. “Nutsy” was flown in as a tandem skydive to a safe landing in center field to a cheering crowd. The No Limits Skydiving staff, as the Aerial Adventure Demos skydiving team, has safely completed hundreds of professional skydiving demonstrations at large events such as NASCAR or as small as county fairs. If you would like to learn more skydiving demonstrations visit the Aerial Adventure Demos site. If large sporting events trust the safety of their mascot with our staff, you should to. Give us a call and learn how you can make a tandem or AFF skydive with the same personnel who are trusted at America’s largest events.

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Skydiving Tips

If you’re reading this you are probably doing research about making your first skydive. Skydiving is fun and a great thrill but with a little advice it can be event better. Here are some tandem skydiving tips before making a tandem skydive. Tandem Skydiving Tips: Seasons With Virginia having all four seasons you should also think about what time of the year you want to skydive. We are open all year to take you skydiving. Each season has something different to enjoy while skydiving. In the summer time its fun to jump at west Point and watch all the boats on the river while under canopy. In the Fall time the leaves changing color are awesome at both locations. Virginia has many outdoor activities to engage in, but nothing can compare with “Skydiving in Virginia” We hope to take you skydiving soon. Tandem Skydiving Tips: All Skydiving Schools Are Not the Same Making a tandem skydive is a once in a lifetime…

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End of 2012 Skydiving Season

The saying goes all good things comes to an end. This is true for the 2012 skydiving season. This weekend, was our last skydiving weekend for the year and for the season. We want to thank all of the people who chose to make their first skydive with us this year. We’d like to give a big thanks to the many people who came back for a second jump and brought friends. It’s awesome when friends help each other share the love of skydiving. As we think back to the many memories we shared with our many new skydiving friends, we’d like to give special thanks to a few groups that we’ll remember for a long time including the newlywed couple from Raleigh, The Make-A-Wish foundation, the 3 bikers from Roanoke, the sorority sisters who camped out in our landing area, Patsy (best 75th birthday ever), and lastly the many soldiers from Fort Picket. There were so many people and…

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