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Brisbane Skydivers! Tonight Wednesday 21st August!

APF Regional Conference tonight at Springwood Towers hotel! Arrive at 2.30pm for a 3 pm start.

Aimed at local jumpers, packers, TM's and anyone else who is interested.

The Program will run from 3pm to 7pm with an introduction by Charl Rootman (APF STM)

Tandem presentation by Tom Noonan (UPT Tandem Program Director)

Canopy Piloting and Sport Development by Jules McConnel (APF Sports Development Officer)

Preventing and Managing Malfunctions for Sports Jumpers, by STO Brandon Van Niekerk

Q & A session

Tickets at the door $35; includes light snack and drinks at 7pm☀️ Q U E E N S L A N D E R S ☀️
The APF is coming to us next!
🗓Mon 19 Aug 3-7pm 📍 Innisfail
🗓 Wed 21 Aug 3-7pm 📍Brisbane
🎫 $25 Tickets online or $35 on the door.
➡️ www.apf.com.au/skills-development/apf-regional-conference-2019-registration
Further event info ⬇️
www.facebook.com/events/1178293919023509/?ti=icl
📸 Mikey Stevenson
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SQPC member Shane Turner making us proud again!
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🇬🇧ANNOUNCEMENT FROM THE BRITISH PARACHUTE ASSOCIATION 🇬🇧
“The FAI have now ratified the records set at the 2019 FAI Speed Skydiving World Cup and European Championships”
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These include:
🏅Shane Turner - General continental record for Oceania with 496.61 km/hour
🏅 Jessica Johnston - Female continental record for Oceania with 400.36 km/hour.
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Let’s give it up for our record breaking Aussies!
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Check out SQPC members Coops & Rod on their latest Skydiving Display!
🇵🇬✈️Sunshine Coast based Aussie Skydive Display Team 'National Skydive Displays' were flown to Papua New Guinea to perform at the most famous cultural show in the country, which happens annually in Mount Hagen. They were supplied with a helicopter to perform their stunt 5,500ft above sea level deep within the Wahgi Valley of the Western Highlands Province, where they jumped out and unfurled a 2,500 square foot Papua New Guinean flag mid-air, wowing the 1000s of spectators below who had travelled from all over the country to attend.
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Cameron Cooper flew the flag at this display, followed by Rodney Benson on camera.
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