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Red Bull Motown Swoop
- JUL 6, 2011
- Sky Divers
- Miles Daisher, Jeff Provenzano, Jon DeVore, Chris Santacroce
- About this Video
- Red Bull Motown Swoop is an inaugural skydive competition that took place during Jobbie Nooner, the tradition in Detroit when the “Jobbies” (auto workers) ditch work and party on their boats. Each competitor free fell for 10-20 seconds after exiting the plane 4,000 ft. above Gull Island. The athletes deployed their parachutes around 800 ft. above the water at speeds up to 70 mph and did hook-turns before hitting the water. They used their speed to “swoop” across a 50' x 300' course while performing freestyle moves.
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