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Current UK POPS/SOS/JOS Records

 

Formation FS Records

  •       Largest Formation:                                          36 way, 10 September 2006, Langar.
  •       Largest Female Formation:                            None Recorded.               
  •       Largest SOS Formation:                                 13 way, 2012 Langar.
  •       Largest SOS Formation:                                 4 way, 2014 Netheravon.
  •       4 Way POPS Sequential:                                 22 Points, SkyVandals, 2014, San Juan Argentina.      
  •       4 Way POPS Sequential Competition:          77 Points (5 Rounds), SkyVandals, 2014, San Juan Argentina. (World Record)
  •       4 Way SOS Sequential (65sec):                      24 Points, Siolfur, 2012, Seville Spain. (World Record)
  •       6 Way SOS Sequential (65sec):                      5 Points, 2016, Langar. (World Record)
  •       8 Way SOS Sequential (65sec):                      2 Points, 2016, Langar. (World Record)
  •       4 Way SOS Sequential (45sec):                      16 Points, Siolfur, 2012, Seville Spain. (World Record)
  •       4 Way SOS Sequential (45sec):                      12 Points, Siolfur, 2012, Teuge Holland. (World Record)
  •       4 Way SOS Sequential Competition:             47 Points (5 Rounds), Siolfur, 2012, Teuge Holland. (World Record)

Accuracy Records

  •        Precision Accuracy:                               First zero score on a 2cm pad: Glenn Stephenson, 16 July 2007, British Nationals, Germany.
  •       Precision Accuracy:                               Three zero scores in a row, (rounds 4,5 and 6), Jeff Chandler, World Cup Series, August 2010, Austria.
  •       Sports Accuracy:                                  Gold, Niels Hanson, 2012, Teuge Holland. (3 Rounds, 830 Score Teuge Rules)

 

Other Records

  •        Altitude:                                                           30,720 ft. MSL, Paul French, 24 July 2006, World Freefall Convention, Rantoul, Illinois, USA.
  •       Canopy formation:                                        Not Recorded.
  •       Hit and Rock time:                                        5.22 seconds, Dick Barton, 11 July, 2010, Weston on the Green.
  •       Vertical formation:                                        Not Recorded.