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Spring Update - Jeff Provenzano

Spring Update - Jeff Provenzano
May 07, 2013 - 

In March I decided to give back to the sport of skydiving and give back to the skydiving center that helped me reach this level in the sport by becoming an official Load Organizer at Skydive Arizona. I used to Load Organize back in the day at Skydive AZ and it opened up many doors and opportunities in the sport like becoming a coach and achieving more than 1500 skydives per year. Well I am back at it and having more fun than ever taking people from around the world and making sure they receive a first class jumping...

On The Road With Dean Potter

On The Road With Dean Potter
February 13, 2012 -  Nancy Prichard-Bouchard

Dean Potter, Five Ten™ Elite Athlete, is The Man Who Can Fly. For nearly a year, a film crew from the National Geographic Channel followed Dean from adventure to adventure; pioneering the first free solo on Yosemite’s El Capitan (Easy Rider), walking some of the most beautiful free solo highlines in the world, knocking off a first ascent (and first wing suit descent) of Mt. Bute in British Columbia, Canada, and setting a new world record for wingsuit BASE-jumping off the Eiger—soaring 3 minutes, 20 seconds for more than 5.5 miles over 9,200 vertical feet. All the while,...

Dean Potter on Living The Life of No Rules

Dean Potter on Living The Life of No Rules
February 10, 2012 - 

I’ve been getting back to my homeless man-dirtbag roots lately. I’m a lot more styled out than in the past but the sentiment of being free and unbound is still the same. I finally equipped my Five Ten Sprinter van with a stylin’ queen size cedar bed and a little cook set up.  My best friend-dog Whisper and I are back on the road more than we seem to be at home.

Do something everyday that scares you - Sonnie Trotter

Do something everyday that scares you - Sonnie Trotter
October 26, 2011 - 

"Do something everyday that scares you". We've all heard this before but let's face it, it's not as easy to do as it sounds. I mean, I scare myself when I look in the mirror every morning, (especially after a long stint on the big stone) does that count? I scare my mother when I tell her I'm climbing the Prophet, but that's not what the advice recommends. It says do something that scares YOU. And it's great advice. We all need to push our boundaries, our context of what's scary, and...

 
 
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