This is sky dancing - competitors perform aerial acrobatic routines in freefall. A team videographer flies in three dimensions to capture the performance of the team.
In competition there are seven rounds made up of compulsory manoeuvres and free routines. Teams have 45 seconds for each jump round and are judged on technical difficulty, fluidity, style and presentation.
2 performers and 1 videographer make up the team. Free routine choreography is made up entirely by the imagination of the team.
Performers fly on every axis of their body executing a combination of linked acrobatic manoeuvres and simultaneous moves side by side.
🎥 Watch footage from top performing teams at the 2018 World Parachuting Championships here
🏅 Meet the Artistic Freefly Australian Team here
1 performer and 1 videographer make up the team. The performance is a combination of aerial gymnastics and ballet that is choreographed by the team.
Technical difficulty, originality and a performance with minimal technical errors is what the competitors are trying to present to the judges for the best scores in competition.
🎥 Watch former World Champion team 'Ash & Jon' training for the 2018 World Parachuting Championships here
Minimum experience requirement: Certificate B