Originally from: Over there
Total Skydives: 4500
Time in Sport: 10 Years
Best known for: “Where is JM”
Started skydiving in 2012 at the Ranch.
NJ, PA, and Mass. state head down records.
2016 72-way Upright World Record.
Full time TI, AFF-I and Video.
Before I sold my soul to Joe Richards for 40 dollars a jump, I used to have fun filled weekends jumping with friends.
My favorite kind of jumps incorporate all disciplines in one jump so come find me……if you can.
I’m 1600 jumps young and 100+ hours in the magic wind. I began my angle flying years at 400, barely through “free fly age”, since then the rest is history. I’m an avid camp goer and live to angle.
I was always inspired by jet fighters and aerobatic maneuvering watching air shows as a kid. Those visuals are still inspiring me as an angle flyer.
I prefer fast dynamic lines with a lot of turns and pitch changes with inlaid dynamic elements such as layout, u turns, stalls or flock’n’rolls.
To me, flying is form of abstract art.
Number of jumps: 1350+ (majority angle/ ff)
1st TSK: 2016
TSK Highlights: TSK substitute bar tending (2016) & TSK Lasagna (2018)
Organizing: Freefly, Angle/Movement Skydives. All skill levels welcomed.
Kevin is excited, honored, and humbled to share his passion for flying at this year’s TSK Festival.
The sky playground is a special place and he’ll be crafting fun dive flows that deliver nice visuals and big smiles.
He’s looking forward to being part of another memorable TSK with everyone!
TSK #: 58
Something 8000+ jumps (too many to count). 24 years in the sport. A LOT of angle, HD camps, some national records under the belt and would love to do some mixed jumps, angle to vertical and back again. Lets fly HARD!
TSK # 12
1400+ wingsuit jumps
100+ Base jumps
Squirrel Accredited coach
Ranch hand since 2010
Dan loves anything involving a parachute but his true passion is flying wingsuits. From laid back beginner flocks to more advanced dynamic formations and of course the occasional silly sky shenanigans he’s all in. A firm believer that while wingsuiting is awesome it’s better with lots of smiles, laughter, and high fives from old and new friends alike.
1500+ wingsuit jumps
Squirrel Accredited Coach
Ranch hand since ‘09
From flat, slow, boring shit to wicked fast vertical multi-point pod flocks from 18k, to round trip cross country flights to XRW, wingsuit free flying, coordinated flares and dynamic turns, Jim has done it all and wants to do more.
Ya better keep up, cuz fast is maur betterer! Let’s get it!
Slow Dan started skydiving in 2011, at a reasonable speed, like most.
In 2013 he had over 200 jumps and got into wingsuiting as quick as he could. But he was slow and gangly.
Eventually he learned to fly fast and far, and now leads a happier life.
Starting 2021 with over 1500 skydives, and over 1200 of them being wingsuit jumps, he loves flying sky dresses in dynamic formations with friends and faaaaannnnnns alike.
TSK #: 149A
I have have been jumping for a little over 20years (about the same length of time that Mick has been sniffing around lol).
Over that time I’ve enjoyed small ways and big ways, in both belly and freefly disciplines.
I’ve also been known to hold a few cucumbers in free fall while others practice their condom skills.
At TSK I’m looking forward to doing small groups freefly or belly or a combination of the two.
Originally from: I like Vegemite.
Total skydives: 5000
Time in sport: 25 years
Highlights: Lots of hand-holding with friends.
Sunrise jumps, sunset jumps, jumping into weddings, jumps with balls, on bodyboards, in boats, with toys, from ultralights, helicopters and Hercules.
Various (attempts and actual) records for upside-down hand-holding. Discovering you can’t throw up while flying a parachute without getting it on yourself.
Favorite TSK Apparatus: I have to choose one?
Ill be organizing at TSK: Head-down, head-up, hybrids, anything in between.
19 years in skydiving, 4100 jumps
3 years in a competition 4-way team, 2nd place in Russia’s Nationals in 2008
Member of all Russian bigway records from 100 way to 201-way, a member of the World Team
Record holder of 200+ sequential,
Bigway organizer in Kolomna, Russia, and here at here ranch, AFF instructor
Wingsuit Organizer (Dynamic Specific)
Home DZ’s: Skydive California & Bay Area Skydiving
2019 US Nationals WS Acro Gold
Phoenix Fly Athlete & Coach Examiner
Velocity Sports Equipment Athlete
Alix is a tummy jumper with over 1400 jumps. She currently organizes RW at Skydive Georgia, where she is also an AFFI and videographer. Additionally, Alix has competed for multiple years at nationals in FS, is the current USPA Southeast Regional Director (running for National Director in October, shameless self promotion, vote for me!), and is an international wingsuit judge. This will be her pre-second TSK (good thing the beer is already free!) and she is STOKED to come and fly with you guys!
Online Tickets are Officially SOLD OUT!!
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You will be selecting your division choices when you purchase your ticket(s) so read before you proceed!
This year we are asking that all attendees lend a hand in making TSK the EPIC NUCLEAR EVENT you have come to know and love.
As part of your registration you will be asked to select the three divisions you would be willing to volunteer to help with.
Please select these divisions in order of preference. You will only be asked to help with one division, but team members will be assigned to divisions in the order tickets were purchased.
As the divisions fill up, we will move to your second and third selection.
The committee head will contact you before the event to select time slots for the division you are volunteering for.
Details on the different volunteer divisions are below:
Keep Porta potty‘s stocked with TP, garbage bins empty, trash runs to dumpster, morning/evening party area cleanups
Feed Yer Face! Assist with prep, set up, serving, breakdown of Friday night feast
Prepare tent and tables for Sat night dinner
Hang lights and all the pretty shiny things
Registration Command Center shifts available
Make sure kegs are flowing/tapped and KR8R is running smoooooothly
Any time torches are lit, check ‘em for fuel and fill when fiyah is low!
Potluck & art station set up, monitoring, breakdown
Help with prepping/serving tea & food, 1-2am deep night on Saturday.
Check drinking water supply throughout the weekend and refresh when needed
Help keep the floating bar iced up and serving! Emma & Co. need a few reliable folks whenever the bar is open
Bartending (slinging swill with Emma & Co. on the floating bar)
Help with break down & clean up
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