Members’ Skydiving Records

Introduction

This page does not claim to be a definitive compendium of British Skydiving Members’ Skydiving Records. The intention is that it will become more comprehensive over the years as it develops to become the British Skydiving online record book.

  • World and European Continental Record claims must be made to the criteria of FAI, the World Airsports Federation. World and European Continental record claims are normally made through British Skydiving where the record claim is by a British Skydiving Member and/or from a performance at a UK/British Skydiving event). Click here to see the FAI Records.
  • To claim a British National Record, please complete and return to HQ the Form 243 – UK National Skydiving Record. Claims are subject to verification before they appear on this page.
  • Records highlighted in blue have been broken but have been kept on this page for reference.
12-way Head Down Vertical “Clean Break” Sequential  –  British Record
  • Record Date: 25 August 2019
  • Location: Skydive Hibaldstow
  • Record Holders: Paul Cooper, James Moran, Weed Stoodley, Pete Dennet, Stuart Todd, James Round, Gary Crisp, Martin Roberson, Greg Lucas, Dave Bloomfield, Steve Smith, Tim Gaines, Dan Guest (Camera)
  • Record: Vertical Full Break Large Formation Sequential 12-way
21-way Head Up (Sit) – British Record
  • Record Date: 25 May 2019
  • Location: Skydive Hibaldstow
  • Record Holders: Ally Milne, Paul Cooper, Matty Mitchell, Jan Zackl, James Moran, Peter Hutchinson, Lee Crudgington, Mark Guyatt, Pete Dennet, Michael Wilson Roberts, Ian Hutchinson, Gary Crisp, Steve Smith, Anthony Andrews, Phil Webly, Karim Shockraee, Elise Sharp, DaveBloomfield, Ming Chu, Jakob Langowsky, James Round, Chris Cook (Camera)
Photo: Chris Cook
Photo: Chris Cook
Speed Skydiving  –  Continental Europe, British and World Record
  • Record Date: 15 August 2019
  • Location: SkydiveBuzz, Dunkeswell
  • Event World Cup of Speed Skydiving 2019
  • Record Holders: Charles ‘Max’ Hurd
  • Record: Highest Average Speed  – 500.17 kmph
Speed Skydiving  –  British Female Record
  • Record Date: 15 August 2019
  • Location: SkydiveBuzz, Dunkeswell
  • Event World Cup of Speed Skydiving 2019
  • Record Holders: Kiera Chapman
  • Record: Highest Average Speed, Female Category – 364.26 kmph
Speed Skydiving  –  British Record
    • Record Date: 3 August 2019
    • Location: SkydiveBuzz, Dunkeswell
    • Event British National Championships of Speed Skydiving 2019
    • Record Holders: Jimmy McCarthy
    • Record: Highest Average Speed – 494.19 kmph
    • Record broken on 15 August 2019 by Charles ‘Max’ Hurd

8-way Formation Skydiving –  Senior Best Average British Record
  • Record Date: 12 October 2018
  • Location: Sports Super Centre, Gold Coast, Australia
  • Event: FIA World Parachuting Championships 2018
  • Team: MicroClim8
  • Record Holders: Andy Pook, Dennis Parker, Kate Lindsley, Ane Brentford, Martin Crossey, Ros Ayling, Ruth Morrison, Martin Soulsby,Phil Hartree (Camera)
  • Record: 8-way Formation Skydiving  – Average 15.2
8-way Formation Skydiving –  Senior Best Average British Record
  • Record Date: 12 October 2018
  • Location: Sports Super Centre, Gold Coast, Australia
  • Event: FIA World Parachuting Championships 2018
  • Team: MicroClim8
  • Record Holders: Andy Pook, Dennis Parker, Kate Lindsley, Ane Brentford, Martin Crossey, Ros Ayling, Ruth Morrison, Martin Soulsby,Phil Hartree (Camera)
  • Record: 8-way Formation Skydiving  – Average 15.2
8-way Formation Skydiving –  Senior British Record
  • Record Date: 09 October 2018
  • Location: Sports Super Centre, Gold Coast, Australia
  • Event: FIA World Parachuting Championships 2018
  • Team: MicroClim8
  • Record Holders: Andy Pook, Dennis Parker, Kate Lindsley, Ane Brentford, Martin Crossey, Ros Ayling, Ruth Morrison, Martin Soulsby,Phil Hartree (Camera)
  • Record: 8-way Formation Skydiving  – 21 Points
Women’s Largest Wingsuit Formation –  British Record
  • Record Date: 30 September 2018
  • Location: APA Netheravon
  • Record Holders: Rachel Walker, Amii Calway, Carol Beaumont, Melisa Gray, Margarita Shrilina, Ellie Marshall, Jackie Harper, Elana Cain, Liz Moor, Emma Reynolds, Kat Insall, Eric Dangoor (Camera)
  • Record: Women’s Largest Wingsuit Formation  – 11
8-way Formation Skydiving –  Longest Sequence British Record
  • Record Date: 01 September 2018
  • Location: Skydive Hibaldstow
  • Event: British National Championships in 8-way Formation Skydiving 2018
  • Team: MicroClim8
  • Record Holders: Andy Pook, Dennis Parker, Kate Lindsley, Ane Brentford, Martin Crossey, Ros Ayling, Ruth Morrison, Martin Soulsby,Phil Hartree (Camera)
  • Record: 8-way Formation Skydiving  – 19 Points in Time
Speed Skydiving  –  British Record
    • Record Date: 7 July 2018
    • Location: SkydiveBuzz, Dunkeswell
    • Event: BPA National Championships 2018 in Speed Skydiving
    • Record Holder: Matthew Byrne
    • Record: Highest Average Speed  – 565.37

Record broken on 03 August 2019 by Jimmy McCarthy

Canopy Formation 2-Way Sequential –  Senior British Record
  • Record Date: 9 September 2017
  • Location: Black Knights Parachute Club, Lancashire
  • Event: BPA National Championships 2017 in Canopy Formation
  • Team: CFUK
  • Record Holders: Gavin McLeod, Doug Preston, Martin Robiette (camera)
  • Record: CF 2-Way Sequential (senior)  – 17 points
14-way head-up (sit) British Record
  • Record Date: 28 May 2017
  • Location: Skydive Hibaldstow, North Lincolnshire
  • Record Holders: Ming Chu, Paul Cooper, Gary Crisp, Lee Crudgington, Pete Dennett, David Fusaro, Ian Hutchinson, Brian Jackson, James Meen, Ally Milne (camera), Matthew Mitchell, Matt Schreurs, Sophie Smithells, Weed Stoodley, Michael Wilson-Roberts

Record broke on 25 May 2019

Photo: Ally Milne
Wingsuit Performance – World, European and British National Record (Competition – Female, G-1) for Distance
  • Record Date: 27 May 2017
  • Location: Skydive Netheravon, Wiltshire
  • Event: British Skydiving Open National Championships 2017 in Wingsuit Performance and Acrobatic Flying
  • Record Holder: Jackie Harper
  • Record: 4.359 km
Wingsuit Performance – World, European and British Open Record (Competition – General – G1) for Distance
  • Record Date: 27 May 2017
  • Location: Skydive Netheravon, Wiltshire
  • Event: British Skydiving Open National Championships 2017 in Wingsuit Performance and Acrobatic Flying
  • Record Holder: Anastasis Polykarpou (international competitor from Cyprus in the Open Category)
  • Record: 5.192 km
Wingsuit Performance – British Record For Distance
  • Record Date: 27 May 2017
  • Location: Skydive Netheravon, Wiltshire
  • Event: British Skydiving Open National Championships 2017 in Wingsuit Performance and Acrobatic Flying
  • Record Holder: Dr Angelo Niko Grubisic
  • Record: British National Distance Record – 4.924 km
Speed Skydiving – British Record
  • Record Date: 25 May 2017
  • Location: Paranodon Fallschirmsport, Illertissen, Germany
  • Event: 3rd Tim Mace Memorial Cup – International Speed Skydiving Association (ISSA) World Series 2017
  • Record Holder: Charles ‘Max’ Hurd
  • Record: 551.77 kph
Exit altitude and distance of fall without drogue – British and European record
  • Record date: 22 May 2017
  • Location: Skydance Skydiving Center, Davis, California, USA
  • Record holder: Fraser Corsan
  • Records:
    Exit altitude – 10,829 metres (35,527 feet)
    Distance of fall  – 9,752 metres (31, 994 feet)
  • Project name/sponsor:  Project Cirrus/Fujitsu
  • Pilot: Ben Buckhard, FAA Pilot Certificate #3034676
  • Aircraft: Cessna Caravan with Texas Turbine (900 hp) conversion.
Fraser Corsan just after exit. European Record is subject to FAI ratification at the time of posting (31 July 2017).
4-way Open Formation Skydiving average – British record
  • Record date: 16 September 2016
  • Location: Skydive Chicago, Ottawa, Illinois, USA
  • Event: World Parachuting Chamopionships Mondial 2016
  • Record holders: Team Satori XL – Pete Allum, Ian ‘Milko’ Hodgkinson, Julia Swallow, John McIver (performers), Gary Wainwright (camera)
  • Record: 21 average
8-way Formation Skydiving, Senior – Best average, British record
    • Record date: 14 September 2016
    • Location: Skydive Chicago, Ottawa, Illinois, USA
    • Event: World Parachuting Chamopionships Mondial 2016
    • Record holders: Team MicroClim8 – Rosalind Ayling, Martin Cressey, Johnny Flowers, Phil Hartree, Dennis Parker, Andy Pook, Martin Soulsby, Audrey Rowe (performers), Chris Cook (camera)
    • Record: 17 average, 17 round

Record broken 12 October 2018 by MicroClim8

Wingsuit performance – World, European and British National Record (Competition – Female, General, G-1) for Time

World and European record subject to ratification by FAI at the time of posting (June 2016).

      • Record date: 29 May 2016
      • Location: Skydive Netheravon, Wiltshire
      • Event: British Skydiving Open National Championships 2016 in Wingsuit Performance & Acrobatic Flying
      • Record holder: Jackie Harper
      • Record: 85.7 sec

Wingsuit performance – British National Record (Competition – General, G-1) for Time

    • Record date: 28 May 2016
    • Location: Skydive Netheravon, Wiltshire
    • Event: British Skydiving Open National Championships 2016 in Wingsuit Performance & Acrobatic Flying
    • Record holder: Spike Harper
    • Record: 90.0 sec
Speed Skydiving British Record
  • Record date: 6 May 2016
    (breaks same record holder’s previous record on 10 September 2015)
  • Location: Skydive Nuggets, Leutkirch, Germany
  • Event: 2nd Tim Mace Memorial Cup in Speed Skydiving – International Speed Skydiving Association (ISSA) World Series
  • Record holder: Michael Lovemore
  • Records: 3 new British Records in rounds 3,4 & 5 – 508.07kph, 521kph and 531.9kph, record broken by Charles ‘Max’ Hurd on 25 May 2017
Speed Skydiving
Mikey Lovemore, May 2016
72-way head-up World Record
  • Record date: 10 April 2016
    (breaks previous 52-way record)
  • Location: Eloy, USA
  • Members on record: Mikey Carpenter, Paul Cooper, Gary Crisp, Ally Milne, Jake Diliberto.
Wingsuit performance – Asian and British Record (General Altitude – Fall, G-2) for Time & Distance
  • Record date:  13 September 2015
  • Location: Skydive Netheravon, Wiltshire
  • Event: BPA British Open National Championships 2015 in Wingsuit Performance & Acrobatic Flying
  • Record Holder: Udit Thapar (international competitor from India in the open category)
  • Records:  Asian continental and British National class G-2  Record for (General Altitude- Fall Records) Time – 128 seconds    Asian continental British National Record class G-2 (General Altitude- Fall Records) for Distance – 5.9 km
Wingsuit performance – World, European & British Female Record for Time
  • Record date: 12 September 2015
  • Location: Skydive Netheravon, Wiltshire
  • Event: British Skydiving Open National Championships 2015 in Wingsuit Performance & Acrobatic Flying
  • Record holder: Jackie Harper
  • Record: World, European and British Female Record for Time – 80 secs
Wingsuit performance – British Record for Distance
  • Record date: 12 September 2015
  • Location: Skydive Netheravon, Wiltshire
  • Event: British Skydiving Open National Championships 2015 in Wingsuit Performance & Acrobatic Flying
  • Record holder: Spike Harper
  • Record: British National Distance Record  – 4.398 km
    Record broken by Dr Angelo Niko Grubisic on 27 May 2017
Speed Skydiving British Record
  • Record date: 10 September 2015
  • Location: Skydive Teuge/Nationaal Paracentrum Teuge, Netherlands
  • Event: 2015 2nd FAI World Cup of Speed Skydiving and 1st FAI European Championships of Speed Skydiving
  • Record holder: Michael Lovemore
  • Record: British National Speed Skydiving Record – 504.09 km/h
    This record was broken by the same record holder on 6 May 2016 (see entry for that date)

Congratulations to Mikey Lovemore who won double silver at the World Cup and European Championships in Speed Skydiving. His average speed of 498.23kph over four jumps is faster than the previous UK record for a single jump! He broke 500kph for the first time, one of only five people to ever do so in competition, and is now the 4th fastest speeder ever.

Mikey Lovemore celebrates double silver at the 2015 2nd FAI World Cup & 1st FAI European Championships of Speed Skydiving, Nationaal Paracentrum Teuge, Netherlands.
37-way head-down/vertical British Record
  • Record date: 6 September 2015
  • Location: Skydive Hibaldstow, North Lincolnshire
  • Pilots: James Swallow, Paul Hollow, Paul Wiggington
  • Skydivers: Jamie Arnold, Jacob Angier, Dunc Aspinal, Liz Boniface, Sarah Boyd, Nev Campbell, John Carter, Roy Castleman, Paul Cooper, Gary Crisp, Lee Cruddington, Oscar Daniel, Adam Dare, Peter Dennett, Chris Foster, Ted Foster, Daniel Guest, Steve Howes, Brian Jackson, Laura Kenyon, Karl Kissick, Greg Lucas, Rich Madley, Adam Mattacola, Chris Mayhew, Jimmy Meen, Mike McNulty, Ally Milne, Matty Mitchell, Daniel Parker, Glen Philips, Steve Smith, Weed Stoodley, Martin Roberson, Tiziana Rossetti, Glen Wainwright, Michael Wilson-Roberts
  • Camera: Ewan Cowie.
This broke the 30-way head-down record of 8 September 2013. Photo: Ewan Cowie
164-way head-down/Vertical World Record
  • Record date: 31 July 2015
  • Location: Skydive Chicago, USA
  • Skydivers: Mike Carpenter, Dan Guest, Paul Cooper, Gary Crisp, Jake Dilberto, Ally Milne, Martin Roberson, Weed Stoodley and Simon Whittle

Members kept their slots to the final attempt. This beat the 138-way set in 2012.

The record was completed on the 13th attempt from 19,500 ft from 7 aircraft formation.
11-way women’s head-down British Record
  • Record date: 18 July 2015
  • Location: UK Parachuting, Sibson
  • Aircraft: Caravan
  • Pilot: Grant Richards
  • Skydivers: Liz Boniface, Leah Frost, Jill Hewitt, Laura Kenyon, Lorene Latour, Jenni Oakley, Naomi Maguire, Hannah Parker, Tizianna Rossetti, Emma Scrivener, Weed Stoodley.
  • Camera: Adam Mattacola
Photo: Adam Mattacola
Wingsuit Performance Flying World, European & British Records
  • Records date: During the Wingsuit Performance Flying World Cup held from 25-29 May 2015
  • Event: 1st FAI Wingsuit Performance Flying World Cup
  • Location: Army Parachute Association, Netheravon, UK

Jackie Harper broke her own World, European and British Female Record for Time; and Spike Harper broke the British Record in Distance at on 12 September 2015 at the the British Nationals (see entry for that date).

Spike and Jackie Harper
World Records Competition
Canopy Piloting – Women’s speed British Record
  • Record date: 4 November 2014
  • Location: Zephyrhills, Florida, USA
  • Event: 5th FAI World Canopy Piloting Championships
  • Skydiver: Maxine Tate (pictured)
  • Record: Speed carve over 70 metres – 2.784 seconds
Maxine Tate
Canopy Piloting – Women’s distance British Record
  • Record date: 4 November 2014
  • Location: Zephyrhills, Florida, USA
  • Event: 5th FAI World Canopy Piloting Championships
  • Skydiver: Maxine Tate
  • Record: 103.58m
Speed Skydiving – Junior British Record
  • Record date: 30 August 2014
  • Location: DZ Prostějov, Czech Republic
  • Event: 1st FAI World Cup of Speed Skydiving
  • Skydiver: Michael Longford (pictured)
  • Record: 416.22 km/h
Michael Longford
8-way head-up (sit) British Record
  • Record date: 28 September 2013
    Record broken by 14-way head-up British Record on 28 May 2017
  • Location: Skydive Hibaldstow, North Lincolnshire
  • Skydivers: Jamie Arnold, Liz Boniface, Steve Howes, Paul Capsey, Paul Cooper, Gary Crisp, Adam Mattacola, Daniel Parker, camera: Jace Diliberto
  • Pilot: Filipe Silvestre
Canopy Piloting – Distance – Female British Record
  • Record date: 20 September 2013
  • Location: Skydive UK Dunkeswell
  • Record: Female Round 1 Distance 90.23m
  • Skydiver: Maxine Tate
Canopy Formation – 2-way sequential – senior British Record
  • Record date: 14 September 2013
    Record broken by CFUK on 9 September 2017>
  • Location: UK Parachuting, Sibson
  • Record: CF 2-way sequential senior 16 points
  • Team: CFUK
  • Skydivers: Gavin McLeod, Doug Preston & Martin Robiette (camera)
30-way head-down British Record – record broken by 37-way on 6 September 2015
  • Record date: 8 September 2013
  • Location: Skydive Hibaldstow, North Lincolnshire
  • Aricraft: 3 x G92
  • Pilots: Paul Hollow, James Swallow, Filipe Silvestre
  • Skydivers: Duncan Aspinall, Liz Boniface, Mike Carpenter, John Carter, Nev Cartledge, Paul Cooper, Ben Cornick, Ewan Cowie, Gary Crisp, Adam Dare, James Davies, Jake Diliberto, Pete Dennett, Sean Freeman, Dan Guest, Steve Howes, Laura Kenyon, Ally Milne, Adam Morris, Anna Moxnes, Charlotte Newell, Matthew O’Riordan, Daniel Parker, Tim Parson-Smith, Glenn Phillips, David Reader, Martin Reynolds, Frazer Smith, Jason Southall, Weed Stoodley (= 30)
  • Camera: Gary Wainwright & Andrew Ford
Photo: Andy Ford
10-way women’s head-down British record – broken by 11-way on 18 July 2015
  • Record date: 6 May 2013
  • Location: UK Parachuting, Sibson
  • Team members: Karen Bain, Leah Frost, Jill Hewitt, Laura Kenyon, Yolande Lee, Clara Melia, Weed Stoodley, Wendy Watkins, Karen Wilson-Roberts (organiser) and Naomi Yarrow.
Photo: Paul Cooper
4-way Canopy Formation Rotations British Record
  • Record Date: 8 September 2012
  • Location: UK Parachuting, Sibson, during the 2012 British Open National Championships in Canopy Formation
  • Record: 13 points scored in CF 4-way rotations (senior)
  • Aircraft: Cessna Caravan / N208AX
  • Team: CFUK
  • Team Members: Martin Robiette, Gavin MacLeod, Douglas Preston, Colin Dickson and Craig Poxon (camera).
4-way Formation Skydiving – Novice Record, 26 points in a round British Record
  • Record Date: 11 August 2012
  • Location: Skydive Hibaldstow, NE Lincolnshire
  • Record: 26 points in a round (round 2) of 4-way Formation Skydiving competition
  • Team name: Equal Pay 4 Women (photo: Matthew L Byrne)
  • Record holders: Thomas Berryman, Thomas Winyard, Harry Hill, Alex Rowlett and Matthew L Byrne (camera)
4-way Formation Skydiving
28-way head-down British record – broken by 30-way on 8 October 2013
  • Record Date: 28 August 2011
  • Location: Skydive Hibaldstow, NE Lincolnshire
  • Skydivers: Matt O’Riordan, Jim Harris, Sean Freeman, Rob Silver, Dave Pacey, Matt Elliott, Alberto Mazzucalto, Ady Wild, Tiziana Rossetti, Duncan Aspinall, Darren Glover, Carl Baines, Charlotte Kemp, Gary Crisp, Steve Howes, Paul Cooper, Andy Newell, Ally Milne, Ted Foster, David Geffin, Ben Cornick, James Davies, Dan Parker, Mike Carpenter, Frazer Smith, Glenn Phillips, Jay Southall & Will Blackie
  • Camera: Olly Burgin & Andrew Lovemore
Photo: Olly Burgin
8-way women’s head-down British record – broken by 10-way on 6 May 2013 & 11-way on 18 July 2015
  • Record Date: 21 May 2011
  • Location: Skydive Hibaldstow, NE Lincolnshire
  • Skydivers: Anna Howerski, Catriona Adams, Kirsten McAndrew, Jane Henderson, Tiziana Rossetti, Yolande Lee, Karen Stryczek, and Karen Bain
  • Camera: Olly Burgin
Photo: Olly Burgin
Accuracy British Record
  • Record Date: 20/21 August 2010
  • Location: World Cup Series event number 5, Thalgau, Austria
  • Aircraft: Pilatus Porter
  • Record Score: 3 x 0.00 scores in a row (rounds 4, 5 & 6), on a 2cm accuracy disc
  • Record Holder: Jeff Chandler
Freefly British Record
  • Record Date: 4 August 2010
  • Location: WPC 2010 Artistics, Menzelinsk, Russia
  • Record Score: Highest compulsory round score: 24 in time (score 9.9). British National record – 24, equalling world record set by USA on 3/8/2010 at same meet.
  • Record Holder: Team Volare: Adam Mattacola, Fabian Raidel and Mike Carpenter (camera)
Canopy Formation 2-way sequential British Record
  • Record date: 2 August 2010
  • Record: Record number of points on CF 2-way sequential – 12 points in 60 seconds in round 3, equalled again in round 5
  • Location: World Parachuting Championships 2010 in Canopy Formation held in Menzelinsk, Russia
  • Record holders: Team CFUK – Gavin McLeod, Doug Preston, Martin Robiette (camera)
Vertical Formation Skydiving British Record
  • Record date: 2 August 2010
  • Record: 20 points in Round 3 of VFS Open
  • Location: World Parachuting Championships 2010 in VFS held in Menzelinsk, Russia
  • Record holders: Team Bad Lieutenants – James Davies, Martin Reynolds, Daniel Parker, Jim Harris, Matt O’Riordan (camera)
Formation Skydiving 4-way open British Record
  • Record Date: 31 July 2010
  • Location: WPC 2010 FS, Menzelinsk, Russia
  • Record : 47 points (in Round 3 of FS Open)
  • Record Holder: Team Satori: Katie Woods, Aaron Faith, Julia Foxwell, John McIver and Rob Stevenson (camera)
Formation Skydiving 4-way women’s British Record
  • Record Date: 31 July 2010
  • Location: WPC 2010 FS, Menzelinsk, Russia
  • Record Score: 44
  • Record Holder: Team Bodyflight: Liz Matthews, Amanda Kemp, Tarn Holis, Sarah Cannon and Alan Thompson (camera)
Canopy Piloting – Distance British Record
  • Record Date: 4 December 2009
  • Location: WPC CP 09, Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Record Score: 167.73m
  • Record Holder: Brian Vacher
Canopy Piloting – Speed British Record
  • Record Date: 5 December 2009
  • Location: WPC CP 09, Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Record: CP – Speed 2.347 secs
  • Record Holder: Alan ‘Wez’ Westley
4-way Open Formation Skydiving average – British Record
  • Record date: 8 August 2009
    This record was broken on 16 September 2016 (see entry for that date)
  • Location: Target Skysports, Hibaldstow, NE Lincolnshire
  • Record: 20.7 avg
  • Skydivers: Team Satori – Julia Foxwell, John McIver, Aaron Faith, Katie Woods
  • Camera: Dave Butterell
  • Pilots: Chris Rika, James Swallow
Brit Chicks 2007: 68-way, largest women’s freefall formation British Record
  • Record date: 15 September 2007
  • Record: Brit Chicks 2007 British women’s 68-way formation
  • Location: British Parachute Schools, Langar Airfield, Nottinghamshire, UK
  • Brit Chicks 2007 formation jumpers: Alice Male, Ana Budjelan, Audrey Rowe, Beth King, Caroline Allen, Caroline Hughes, Charlie Cooke, Clare Smith, Clare Butcher, Conny Van Setten, Corinna Yap, Elaine Cherry, Elaine Curtis, Erica Richardson, Geetha Narayanan, Georgina Impey, Hannah Betts, Heather Little, Helen Samuelsson, Helen Taylor,Jan Gaynor, Jane Buckle, Jessica French, Jo Hawley, Jo Burns, Joanna Price, Julia Foxwell, Julie Woodrow, Kath Rybinski, Kate Stephens, Kate Shearer, Kate Burns, Kate Cooper, Katie Woods, Kris Young, Laura Brothers, Laura Mclelland, Leonie Needham, Lesley Gale, Lisa Christoffersen, Liz Matthews, Liz Danby, Liz Cass, Lynne Murray, Maria Allen, Maria Russell, Martine Howland, Maxine Hopkins, Maxine Tate, Mia Toftfelt, Michelle Garwood, Michelle Meakins, Rai Ahmed, Ros Pulham, Ruth Covell, Ruth Green, Sacha Chilton, Sarah Churchill, Sarah Smith, Siv Lindgren, Sophie Cook, Susan Farquhar, Tash Higman, Tina Wiseman, Vicki Score, Vicki Tomlinson, Vicky Scargill, Viki Bingham
  • Cameras: Willy Boeykens, Tony Danbury, Gary Wainwright, John Baggaley
The Brit Chicks 2007 68-way formation above Langar on 15 September 2007. Photo: Willy Boeykens
Accuracy British Record
  • Record date: 16 July 2007
  • Location: JSPC (L), RAPA, Bad Lippspringe, Germany
  • Record: First zero score on a 2cm pad in an Accuracy event at the British Nationals
  • Record holder: Glenn Stephenson
  • Pilot: John Horne
Speed Skydiving British Record
  • Record date: 16 June 2007
  • Female Speed Skydiving British National and ˜World Record’ [NB: Speed Skydiving was not, until the year 2014, a discipline officially recognised by FAI/IPC]
  • Location: Utti, Finland
  • Record: Average Vertical speed over a vertical km of 442.73km/ph (275.09mph). Recorded on 2 red competition Pro-tracks and verified by the ISSA (International Speed Skydiving Association) board.
  • Record holder: Clare Murphy (pictured)
  • Verified by: Arnold Hohengger (Austria), Marco Wiederkehr (Lictensteine), Chris Labhard (Swiss), Ken Hanson ((Norway) ISSA Chairman)) and Olli Erola (Finland)
Clare Murphy
Women’s 4-way Formation Skydiving World Record
  • Record date: 31 July 2005
  • Location: Target Skysports, Hibaldstow, NE Lincolnshire
  • Record score: 30 points / 35 secs
  • Camera: Andy Wright
  • Aircraft: Dornier GG2-HA-ACL
  • Pilot: Jan Wildgruber
  • Skydivers (all British FAI International Sporting Licence Holders): Team Airkix – Julia Foxwell, Emma Hammersley, Amanda Kemp, Clare ‘Sparky’ Scott

Congratulations to team Airkix (pictured) – Claire ‘Sparky’ Scott, Amanda Kemp, Emma Hammersley, Julia Foxwell and their camera flyer Andy Wright. They completed a women’s 4-way FS World Record sequence of 30 formations on one descent during Round 2 of the 4-way at the British Open Formation Skydiving Nationals on 31 July 2005 at Target Skysports, Hibaldstow

4-way women's FS team Airkix in action
4-way women’s FS team Airkix in action
‘Brit 100’ 100-way frefall formation – British Record
  • Record date: 16 July 1999
  • Location: British Parachute Schools, Langar Airfield, Nottinghamshire
  • Aircraft: Five Turbolets, a G92 Dornier and a Pilatus Porter
  • Number of jumpers in formation: 100
  • Brit 100 formation jumpers: Andy Abbess, Chris Adams, Pete Allum, Paul Applegate, Steve Apps, David Bailey, Graeme Baxter, Marcus Beck, Robert Blake, Tony Bradbury, Mickey Brennan, Dave Brown, Ian Brown, Josh Burrill, Ian Cashman, Elaine Cherry, Ian Chick, Chopper, Deb Clarke, Andy Cliff, Knocker Cole, Rob Colpus, Steve Crabtree, Johnny Crewson. Phil Curtis, Eddie Davies, Steve Elvy, Rod Fairweather, Lesley Gale, Chris Gauge, Chris Good , Andy Goodall, Fran Gregory, Ken Gregory, Jason Grime, Andy Guest, Richard Hamblen, Graham Harris, Lee Harrison, Allan Hewitt, Dave Hickling, Craig Hill, Gordon Hodgkinson, Steve Houlker, Max Hurd, Nicky Johnston, Tony Jones, Jim Keery, Sally Kelvie, Dane Kenny, Pete Knight, Pete Lambsden, Ali Lawley, Rose Leggott, Dave Lewis, Lee Love, Paul Luffman, Scott Macdonald, Tim Mace, Pete Marsden, Robert Marshall, Brian Mason, Anne Maxwell, Ali Mayo, Gerry McAnally, Chris McCann, Kevin McCarthy, John McIver, Sandy McRobbie, Stuart Meacock, Ian Midgley, Steve Mikos, Robin Mills, Chris Mizzi, Darryl Moran, Dave Morris, Steve Murphy, Steve Mursell, Mick Nealis, Phil O’ Connor, Sandy Oliver, Bob Parr, George Pilkington, Chris Place, Rhino, Andy Ring, Paul Rowe, Kev Sargent, Tom Scanlon, Carl Scarisbrick, Mark Scott, Chris Shaw, Tim Skinner, Eddie Smerdon, Dave Smith, Billy Somerville, Martin Soulsby, Toby Stafford, Dave Stephens, Pete Stone, Mike Strachan, William Strain, Derek Thomas, Steve Thomas, Wayne Thomas, Henry Thompson, Cathy Travers, Dave Tunks, Jan Tunks, Dave Turner, Jon Turner, Eno Van der Post, Gary Wainwright, Rich Ward, Steve Watson, Jim Weir, Richard Wheatley, Garry Willard
  • Cameras: Simon Ward, Adrian Nicholas, Andy Ford, Tony Danbury
The Brit 100 formation over Langar on 16 July 1999
The Brit 100 formation over Langar on 16 July 1999