106 Foot Double Back flip!

Hitting the water at approx. 70 mph leaves no room for error. This massive 106ft double back flip by Chase Reinford was done into an abandoned quarry with no aeration system to soften the impact. This is the world's first double flip from 100+ ft into non-aerated, stagnant water!

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+4 1. sux2bu commented 5 years ago

Wearing that rubber suit took some of the sting out of the impact. Under or over rotation could have been fatal. :S
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+8 2. tradewinds commented 5 years ago

Not sure how they worked their math out to claim 70 mph, nor how they verified that it was the world's first but impressive none the less. I would have likely only achieved a single rotation. Fainting tends to minimize any sort of controlled descent.
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+9 3. Cyrille commented 5 years ago

#2 They certainly not worked their math out using physics.
If we ignore air resistance, a 106ft drop leads to a 55mph (90km/h) final speed.
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+7 4. Judge-Jake commented 5 years ago

#3 They worked it out using DOG ft but they did take into account air resistance, so they were kinda right. :S