13th - 15th August 2019
Skydive Buzz, Dunkeswell, UK
4th FAI World Cup of Speed Skydiving
3rd FAI European Speed Skydiving Championship
Aims of the competition
To determine the Champions of Speed Skydiving.
To promote and develop Speed Skydiving training and competition.
To establish new World and Continental Speed Skydiving competition records.
To exchange ideas and strengthen friendly relations between skydivers, judges and support personnel of all nations.
To allow participants to share and exchange experience, knowledge, and information.
To improve judging methods and practices.
What is Speed Skydiving?
Speed Skydiving is a new skydiving discipline with as simple a definition as it gets. Achieve the fastest speed possible over a given distance.
It has developed over the last few years and represents the fastest non-motorized sport on Earth. In essence, speed skydiving is the discipline where only one aspect of skydiving counts – freefall speed.
The speed achieved by a human body in free fall is conditioned of two factors, body weight and body orientation. In a stable, belly to earth position, terminal velocity of the human body is about 200 km/h (about 120 mph). A stable, freefly, head down position has a terminal speed of around 240-290 km/h (around 150-180 mph). Further minimizing body drag and streamlining the body position allows the skydiver to reach higher speeds in the vicinity of 480 km/h (300 mph)
We look forward to welcoming you to the
UK’s most progressive Skydiving Centre, Skydive Buzz.
The UKs fastest jump planes and beautiful Devon are the perfect setting for an outstanding competition.
We’re aiming to create a relaxed and focussed atmosphere for the competitors to achieve their highest potential and show Speed Skydiving off as the ultimate pure discipline that it is.
We are very proud to be working with these sponsorship partners. Each one has an integral part of Speed Skydiving history, or are currently working with us to shape the future of the discipline.
How to Register
Contact your NAC (National Airsport Commission) to enter
Provisional entry from NAC by 5th May 2019
Registration forms to be submitted and full entry fees to be paid by 10th June 2019