Team USA Competes in CP World Cup October 19-22
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Each year, more than half a million people enjoy the life-changing experience of jumping out of an airplane for the first time. United States Parachute Association members, numbering around 42,000 along with about a half million first-timers, made roughly 4 million skydives last year at more than 230 USPA-affiliated skydiving centers across the country.

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Team USA Competes in CP World Cup October 19-22
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Team USA Competes in CP World Cup October 19-22

Above: Photo by Alex Swindle

The Fédération Aéronautique Internationale World Cup of Canopy Piloting and Canopy Piloting-Freestyle kicked off the morning of October 19 at Skydive Arizona in Eloy with the speed event. The competition runs through October 22.

Here is where you can keep up with the action:

CP World Cup website with competitor photos and updates:

Live stream from the competition:

Scores from Omniskore! HD:

U.S. Parachute Team Facebook Page:

Instagram: @usparachuteteam

2023 U.S. Canopy Piloting Team. Photo by John Lighthall.

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The United States Parachute Association is a voluntary non-profit membership organization of individuals who enjoy and support the sport of skydiving. The association is incorporated in New York and follows the by-laws contained in the USPA Governance Manual.

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Friday, January 28, 2022

USPA and NTSB Educational Links
As a potential aviation safety improvement, USPA and the NTSB have collaborated to provide the educational links below to help jump pilots and operators improve the safety of jump flights. FAA Safety – Flying for Jump Operations Back to Basics Flying for Skydiving Operations...



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