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A world record 217-way 3 points skydive over Arizona in 360°

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Watch as skydivers set a 217-way 3 points Sequential FAI World Record with their formation at Skydive Arizona for the Sequential Games 2017 in October. Via Air Sports Net:

After setting the initial formation, those positioned on the edge move to make a new formation twice more for a total of 3 formations or points. To set each additional point, at least 35% of the jumpers have to change position for the record to be accepted… Earlier in the week the group also set a 219-way 2 point sequential large formation world record.

Here’s the 217-way 3 points record jump in 360°, an incredible view:

And here’s the jump from below:

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