World first for tandem paragliders
- 12 AUG 2010
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- Pal Takats and co-pilot Gabor Kezi have become the first tandem duo in the world to successfully attempt a dual infinity tumble. The action took place in Walensee (Lake of Walen), Switzerland. They did 45 infinity tumble loops, withstanding forces of up to 6G, stretching the limits of physics.
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