How To Play Base Jumping Safely
Base jumping is one of the extreme sports. Because it has very high-risk sports – where participants must dare jump from a very high place, without opening the parachute first. Despite high risk, but still many enthusiasts base jumping, beating even bungee jumping, i.e. jump from a cliff or a certain height to a river or water. Basically both sports are equally in need of a high place. The difference is in bungee jumping wearing a safety rope supple, while base jumping armed with a parachute. Before landing, the parachute must be stretched to perfection in order to safe landing. If the parachute is not stretched properly or fails, then the risk is death. In the sports base jumping, the athlete called jumpers hurls themselves from one base structure. Said base itself many interpreted as building (building), antenna (antenna or pole), spans or bridges (bridges) and earth (earth) or cliffs. Before landing, the parachute must be stretched to perfection in order to safe landing. If the parachute is not stretched properly or fails, then the risk is death. Among extreme sports, base jumping include of most dangerous sports in the world. it is Reported that there was one death for every 2,317 leap. Actually, this sport is almost similar to skydiving, it’s just that time of landing much shorter, thus increasing the risk of failure in developing the parachute during landing. Every extreme sport does have a high degree of risk of harm, and can pump adrenalin faster Although the risk of danger in sight so great, but many people still do. You could say they have the ultimate adrenaline junkies. Definitions of extreme sports are not appropriate and debated. The origins of the term extreme sport itself is not clear, but the term became popular in the 1990s when the marketing of several companies trying to promote their programs such as the X Games and Extreme Sports Channel which is then followed by the launch of one of the sites of extreme sports. Carl Boenish fined jumping technique and jumping modern equipment. Carl believes that the techniques and equipment that he found can be used to safely jump from El Capitan. After finding the tools and techniques of the jump, Carl and four friends climb El Capitan. The climbing process their documents, and the results of such documentation are watched film lovers base jumping, as well as a guide. In 1984, Carl died while jumping in Norway. When there is no witness when Carl jumps, it is believed that he died due to hit the rocks. Not only abroad, death-defying sport is also favored by the youth of Indonesia. Athletes were not only men, also women, and athletes generally above the age of 25 years. These athletes are members of the Association of Base Jump Indonesia, based in Manado, and standing around the beginning of 2009. Base jumpers Indonesian first named Franky Kowaas and Petra Mandagi. They both do the first plunge in building Pelita Harapan, Cat City State Sarawak.