“Everest Skydive 2015 despite of all adverse consequences has been a successful mega event once again.”
Crew members including Tom Noonan, Derek Thomas, Dr. Ryan Jackson and Oxygen Specialist Ted Atkins, Mike McCann, French Aerial Cinematographer Paul Henry DeBaere and Venezuelan Skydiver Enersto Gainza, the new crewmember for the ESD 2015 conducted skydives in the shadows of Everest from 6th November to 8th November. Skydivings by four professional skydivers from Complete Parachute Solutions, USA along with the beauty queen Sambriddhi Rai and the crew members this year Everest Skydive had 21 solo jumps and a tandem jump.
In today’s post we have the the day to day report of Everest Skydive 2015 and the newest photos of this year’s mega event. Have a look. We will come up with the exclusive interview with the crew and more photographs tomorrow.
1 Flight Load 3 solo jumps by Tom Noonan, Derek Thomas and Mike McCann
14 solos & 1 tandem jumps in 6 Flight Loads
First Flight Load 3 solo by jumps Krause Brain, Eric Chane and Paul Henry
Second Flight Load 2 solo jumps by Tom Noonan and Fred Williams
Third Flight Load 1 tandem jump by Sambriddhi Rai with Ryan Jackson & a solo jump by Paul Henry
Fourth Flight Load 2 solo jumps by Eric Chane & Fred Williams
Fifth Flight Load 2 solo jumps by Ryan Jackson & Krause Brain
Sixth Flight Load 4 solo jumps by Tom Noonan, Mike McCann, Ryan Jackson & Paul Henry
Four solo jumps in 3 flight loads
First Flight Load solo jump by Brian Krause
Second Flight Load solo jump by Tom Noonan
Third Flight Load 2 solo jumps by Ryan Jackson & Eric Chane
Field set for Everest Skydive 2015
Geared up for the dive facing mighty Everest
The crew and the clients of Everest Skydive 2105
Keep me safe in the air Doc- says beauty queen to Ryan
Falling 1000 meters down to rugged terrains of Khumbu
The opening of parachute after the free fall is not less adventurous
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