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Francesco Cipollone | D-31600

Francesco Cipollone | D-31600
Monday, March 1, 2021

Francesco Cipollone, D-31600, is a highly respected angle-flying coach and organizer who hails from Italy but lives in the U.S.

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Article rating: 3.7

Stewart McArthur | D-24588

Stewart McArthur | D-24588
Monday, February 1, 2021

Stewart McArthur, D-24588, is a British skydiver who now lives in the U.S. Since his first jump on Halloween Day in 1989, he has racked up a wide variety of skydiving and aviation accomplishments.

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Article rating: 3.0

Doug Barron | D-30343

Doug Barron | D-30343
Friday, January 1, 2021

Doug Barron, D-30343 and a member of 4-way formation skydiving team SDC Rhythm XP, made an amazing comeback in the sport after being severely injured in 2018.

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Article rating: 5.0

Nancy Koreen | D-18240

Nancy Koreen | D-18240
Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Nancy Koreen, D-18240, is a world-record-setting skydiver and freefly load organizer with more than 9,800 jumps to her credit. She has also worked behind the scenes to promote skydiving in myriad ways, rarely taking any credit.

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Article rating: 5.0

Michael Kearns | D-16816

Michael Kearns | D-16816
Thursday, October 29, 2020

Michael Kearns, D-16816, began jumping in 1976 while in the military. He made more than 200 special operations jumps in 14 countries, including night jumps wearing tactical gear, and also became involved in sport skydiving.

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Article rating: 4.8
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