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About the Club

The South Australian Sport Parachute Club Inc. (SASPC) has existed as an incorporated association since 1962. The SASPC is run by skydivers for sport skydivers in South Australia. The club proudly owns the George Quigley Airfield at Lower Light. The dropzone is currently leased to skydiving operator Adelaide Tandem Skydiving with the funds generated helping to ensure the continuation and development of sport skydiving across all of SA.

 

2021/22 committee

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PRESIDENT

DANIEL WILCOX
500+ JUMPS
JUMPING SINCE 2015

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SECRETARY

SKYE KALMS
1100+ JUMPS
JUMPING SINCE 2013

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TREASURER

ZACK ROSSER
1200+ JUMPS
JUMPING SINCE 2016

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COMMITTEE MEMBER

RICHARD TIMPERON
10,000+ JUMPS
JUMPING SINCE 1995

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COMMITTEE MEMBER

MATTHEW TEAGER
2100+ JUMPS
JUMPING SINCE 2014

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COMMITTEE MEMBER

NIALL SAUNDERS
500+ JUMPS
JUMPING SINCE 2018

 

want to learn to
solo skydive?

Experienced a tandem skydive? Seen the amazing videos of skydivers, parachutists and B.A.S.E. jumpers and wondered how?

It all starts with AFF!

AFF stands for the Accelerated Freefall Program and it can be completed right here in South Australia. The course involves 9 stages each involving skydiving with trained instructors, developing skills in both freefall and canopy flight. By the end of the course you will have the ability to skydive solo and explore the world of skydiving!

There are two dropzones in SA that provide this course, use the link below to explore their websites for more information and book your AFF Course today!

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DIFFERENT SKYDIVING DISCIPLINES

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Angles & Tracking

An Angle Flying Dive is defined as one in which there is a horizontal component, but the angle is much steeper than a conventional tracking jump, resulting in a faster fall rate and less horizontal movement. The horizontal component may involve several direction and pitch changes directed by a central base or leader.

 

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