The world's Longest banzai skydive


THE WORLD'S LONGEST
BANZAI SKYDIVE

THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST

What was the world's longest banzai skydive?

With the dawn of the millenium a new sport surfaced in Japan, one which may just help reduce the population.

It's called banzai skydiving and the rules are simple:

  • Get in an airplane and climb to 3,000 meters.

  • Throw your parachute out of the plane.

  • Wait as long as you possibly dare before jumping out after it.

  • (OPTIONAL) Catch your parachute, put it on and deploy it before you go splat.

The record for the longest time between the parachute leaving the plane and the person jumping after it was set on September 02, 2000 by Yasuhiro Kubo.

Yasuhiro Kubo waited a gutsy 50 seconds before leaping after his chute and still managed to return to Earth safely.


The world's Longest banzai skydive

The world's Longest banzai skydive

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