I really do love the Canadians! When I went up last year and took some shots of their Canadian Record, the CSPA (Canada’s version of the USPA) decided that they would use some of the record shots to dress up not only their new Membership Cards for 2013, but also some wind blades at the 2013 Canadian Nationals.
I spent a little time up in Montreal, Canada this summer and was able to jump at a few different dropzones. The second place I visited was Parachute Montreal for the Canadian Headdown Record Attempts. Andrew and Alain had a lot to deal with and lots of pressure as they hosted the record for the first time. All in all, not only did they get a new Headdown Record for Canada of a 30-Way, but once that was completed they went back up and built Canada’s largest Head Up Record of an 18-Way!
Congrats to everyone involved and looking forward to getting back up there for future events! In the mean time, enjoy the cover of this months CanPara Magazine:
Another fantastic weekend in Canada! But this time we set 2 Records. The first was a 30-Way Headdown formation of all Canadians setting the new Canadian Record! The second was the World’s Largest Head Up Formation ever built to date (unofficially) of an 18-Way. Thank you Parachute Montreal for a fantastic weekend and looking forward to getting back up there for future events! And congratulations to all the Canadians who made it happen!
If you’d like to check out all of the shots, please visit my gallery here.