SDAZ Upcoming Events

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Belgian oldest TV show iComme : Skydive Arizona special edition

Watch the Belgian TV show iComme about the Eloy crew. Reached 27% of the belgian homes that day. Best results ever. Special thanks to Georges Reuter!

Rookie Round Up October 5th & 6th

fall-rookie-round-up-skydive-arizonaDAE77B93498BThis event is for licensed skydivers who are new to the sport. You must have fewer than 300 jumps to participate (some exceptions may be made for jumpers re-entering the sport after a significant amount of time off).

Come jump all day Saturday and Sunday and receive FREE freefall and canopy coaching from Arizona Airspeed members, Arizona Arsenal members, Axis Flight School coaches, and Skydive Arizona’s load organizers.

Saturday Night – FREE BBQ & Beer – Hang with the coaches and get to know other new jumpers. There is no registration fee, but you must be registered to participate. Slots are limited and registration closes September 28th at 5 p.m. TO REGISTER: Email events@skydiveaz.com with the following information:

Name / Home Dropzone / Number of jumps

ALSO:

Rookie Tunnel Time with FREE coaching!

Friday evening October 4th

Cost is $75 for tunnel time and space is limited

To register email annette@skyventureaz.com

Parachutist Cover – August 2013!

I would like to thank Parachutist Magazine for utilizing one of my Todd Love photographs for the August 2013 cover spot. It depicts Todd doing 9-way over Skydive Arizona.

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Todd Love completes A-License at Skydive Arizona!

Todd Love in Freefall Congratulations Todd! It was an honor to meet you and jump with you. Keep up the good work. Looking forward to next time 🙂
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Todd flying with his Instructors Brianne Thompson of AXIS Flight School (to Todd’s right), and Tom Deacon (to Todd’s left). Also accompanying him are Skydive Arizona locals Sandy Radsek (red shirt), Ian Mackenzie, and 4-way Team Arizona Airspeed (Above Camera flyer is Justin Price of Airspeed).

Todd Love during his grad jump over Skydive Arizona - flying in the head up orientation.

Todd Love during his grad jump over Skydive Arizona – flying in the head up orientation.