skyXtreme Pearls on the Net
Vol. 5 - February 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!

Psycho Cirkus Freefly Team

As team web sites go, the internet home of Psycho Cirkus is certainly one of the most visually pleasing with its colorful and original graphic design inviting you into their cyber home. But there's more inside than just spiffy graphics! Here you will find lots of information on freeflying as well as unusual and very cool photos of the team in action.

Psycho Cirkus
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Psycho Cirkus will be organizing the Freefly Xtravaganza in March at Skydive Elsinore, CA. Much detailed information on rules, events, entry fees and boogie fees can also be found on their website.

Finally, before you leave, "Choose a Psycho" and be sure to read the team's biographies which are delightfully and appropriately irreverent. We'll be sure to tell Norman Bates about this one!


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Skydive the Point History

Jim Crouch from Skydive the Point in West Point, VA, had the great idea of putting up a webpage with the club's history from the sixties through the nineties. He tells the story of a dropzone that was started as "The Peninsula Skydivers Skydiving Club" back in July 1962 by Hugh Bergeron. Read about the ups and, sadly enough, also the downs of a dropzone which has suffered the loss of some great skydivers such as Sandy Wambach and Bill Kenny.

The site has some cool pictures of those days, and Jim is still looking for more. If you have any pictures from the early days of West Point, please send them by email to Jim Crouch. But first have a look at this interesting page--maybe after that you might even consider to put up a history page on your club's website too!


Headdown.Net Sweden

The folks at know a thing or two about putting together a great skydive website. The site says
it provides information on skydiving in Sweden, and it does, but there is much more to be found here! Written mainly in English, offers a skydiver's smorgasbord of content with such features as some of the best skydiving videos to be found online.
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Those fortunate enough to have a fast internet connect (and a passion for great skydiving videos) should definitely take a look at the collection at! And to round out your visit, don't leave before you check out this site's other features, such as their chat room and the well-stocked photo gallery, for a truly rich skydiving entertainment. is one site you'll want to revisit often!

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