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Red Bull Motown Swoop is an inaugural skydive competition that took place during Jobbie Nooner, the tradition in Detroit that represents a day when the “Jobbie's” (auto workers) ditch work and party on their boats. Each competitor free fell for 10-20 seconds after exiting the plane 4,000 ft. above Gull Island. The athletes deployed their parachutes around 800 ft. above the water at speeds up to 70mph, with hook-turns before hitting the ground. Using their speed to “swoop” across a 50' x 300'course while performing freestyle moves such as “blindman,” “miracleman,” “lazyboy,” “ghost rider,” “method,” “switchblade,” and others.
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