||Pearls on the Net||
|Vol. 4 - December 1999/January 2000 - English Edition
||The Magazine from Skydive World|
Pearls on the Net
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|Here we want to present some of the most interesting, provocative, colorful sites as our "Pearls on the Net". If you have created a unique, funny, informative page, or if you know of such a web page, please send us the URL so we can feature it here!
|The Competition Formation Website
The Competition Formation Skydiving site, previously maintained by Pierre Moret, is once again up and running. The site is now located at www.competfs.com and owned by Sangiro, the creator of Dropzone.com. On a day-to-day basis Mike Dean from down under in
Australia is the hands-on webmaster and they are really doing a great job!
go there ...
|The first priority of the site is to focus on adding new events and teams as they happen and as they register. The second priority will be to update the databases with all the possible historical information the editors can find. They have also created a moderated forum (like the BASE Board) for formation skydiving related discussions.|
You can access a wealth of information and data relating to Competition Formation Skydiving across the globe right here. In the near future many of the existing features will be enhanced and new ones added to create a high-value jump station for the formation skydiving community.
|Monkey Claw - A Freefly Team|
Monkey Claw is a Freefly Team at Skydive Cross Keys in New Jersey. Visit their cool website to learn more about the team and freeflying. They also show some great photos and even videos! Their site is updated weekly if there's been jumping, and the pictures page is usually updated each week with shots from the the previous weekend's skydiving. This site is definitely worth a visit.
|AFF Manual from Skydive East, NJ
This site is a must for everybody who is interested in learning skydiving by the AFF Program (Accelerated Freefall). This online manual with great illustrations and text is a good source for beginners and it is an exact replica of the manual Skydive East uses in their classroom.
go there ...
|North Pole Skydiving Excursion 1999|
Jon Nash is recognized as being one of the UK's top sailing and adventure photographers. Since starting his career in photography at the age of sixteen, Jon's work with studios, press work and stock agencies has seen his work published all over the world. On this site you will find awesome photos and the story of the 1999 North Pole Skydiving Expedition.
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