USPA, through its relationship with the National Aeronautic Association, is recognized as the official governing body for all skydiving record attempts in the United States in those Class G (Parachuting) record sub classes listed in the FAI Sporting Code, Section 5, Chapter 3 and other unique record sub classes (for example, 10-way FS speed star) and categories (for example, collegiate) recognized by USPA and listed in the Skydiver’s Competition Manual, Section 12. USPA observes, validates and maintains archives of all U.S. national skydiving records.
Since the new records program was inaugurated on 1 May 2006, USPA has collected and validated the current list of national records, published on USPA’s website. Those who believe they should be credited with an unrecognized national record set before the new program was inaugurated should follow directions in the Skydiver’s Competition Manual, section 12. You’ll find a complete list of current national records below. Click on any '' icon to view the record. If there is a '' camera icon, click on it to view accompanying pictures; a ''video icon indicates supporting video.
Questions and/or comments should be e-mailed to USPA.