Sat 18 October 08
Go Fast Athlete Luigi Cani flew his JVX 37, the world smallest parachute in mixed formation with Jeb Corliss and Tim Rigby, both piloting wing-suits.
Cani set a record for landing the world's smallest parachute in Febuary 2008. The next day Corliss and Cani joined forces to attempt formation flight. They flew relative for several seconds and the 'Mixed Formation Project' was born.
Corliss and Rigby both pilot Stealth wing-suits from Phoenix Fly, designed by Phoenix Fly owner Robert Pecnik.
Centered as the anchor of the formation, Cani flew his NZ Aerosports JVX-37. While the wing-suit fliers had to slow down, Cani wore 20 pounds of weight to increase the forward glide speed of his tiny 37 square feet parachute.