The Sky is the Limit

Four planes took 68 jumpers over Lake Elsinore to break a new world record

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Four planes took 68 jumpers over Lake Elsinore to break a new world record
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Four planes took 68 jumpers over Lake Elsinore in Southern California to break a new world record for "The Largest Wing Suit Formation Jump."
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Most people think of Skydivers jumping and holding hands to create a ring.
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It took 5 days of preparation jumps and calculating, not counting the organizing and planning.
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At 6 a.m. each morning, there was a Dirt Dive where the formation is created on the ground while a paraglider and motor on his back swooped within only feet of their heads getting aerial views.
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They then returned to the planes and created history.
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It was also a first with instituting a new Judging Criteria for those in search of setting new records.
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Not in this case.
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It's quite complicated.
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There is a formation that needs to be created and also fit within a specific grid, all while everyone has to fly next to each other without touching.
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Not to mention possible "air pockets" made from the camera man flying upside-down below them.
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