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Next Date: February 29 - March 1, 2020
Kaitlyn Sapier & Ryan McStay:
Our vision for this event is to bring the Australian community together to set a unique skydiving world record and to raise funds and awareness for Multiple Sclerosis (MS).
We are aiming to break the world record for the most naked skydivers in formation during freefall.
In addition to the record attempt, members of the general public will be able to take part in a (fully clothed!) tandem skydive during the event to raise funds for MS Queensland.
Tandem jumpers will exit the plane at 14,000ft with a qualified instructor, and experience the magic of freefall and canopy flight over the Somerset region, 90 minutes from Brisbane.
Donate to help us get to 50,000!! 👇
go to http://MSExposed.com
We are currently accepting Expressions of Interest for:
– Professional Skydivers who want to take part in the world record 👇
– Members of the public who want to do a clothed tandem skydive to raise funds for MS Queensland 👇
- Naked Skydiving World Record for Charity – Like this page to keep up to date on event details, including training events, fundraising campaigns and the record attempt itself. Share this page with fellow skydivers, family, and friends who might be interested in taking part or raising funds for MS.
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- Hosted by Exposure Events
- MS Exposed – Event Summary
- Donate to help us get to 50,000!!
- Expressions of Interest for professional Skydivers who want to take part in the world record
- Expressions of Interest for members of the public who want to do a clothed tandem skydive to raise funds for MS Queensland
MS EXPOSED – Event Summary
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) affects more than 25,000 Australians, including 3,700 Queenslanders.
WHAT IS MS?
MS is a disease of the central nervous system. It affects more young people in Australia than any other chronic progressive neurological disease.
Many see MS as a “middle-age” disease, however most people experience onset in their twenties and thirties. Earlier diagnosis leads to significantly better prognosis and outcomes for those with MS.
Skydivers and members of the public will be raising funds for MS Queensland. Donations will fund life-changing research projects to find a cure and achieve a world free from MS.
We will be attempting to set a new world record for the most naked skydivers in formation during freefall (official world record currently stands at 19).
WHY NAKED SKYDIVING?
We believe this world record is both achievable and attention-grabbing – it will attract national media coverage and lead to significant funds being raised for MS QLD.
Up to 32 skydivers from across Australia will take part in the record attempt.
On the day of the record attempt, a community event will be held at Ramblers. Members of the community can witness the attempt, or push their own limits and take part in (clothed) tandem skydives to raise funds for MS QLD.
MS QLD will be in attendance spreading information and awareness about Multiple Sclerosis.
Skydive Ramblers is QLD’s largest and longest operating skydiving centre, located in Toogoolawah, 90 minutes north west of Brisbane.
Kaitlyn was diagnosed with MS in 2018. She has currently raised over $50,000 for MS QLD through various community events.
Marketing and Event Lead.
Ryan has been skydiving for over 5 years and runs a company that specialises in digital marketing and large- scale projects.
Robin has 600 jumps and is a full time AFF instructor and canopy coach at Skydive Ramblers.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
Provide merchandise or funding to support the event.
EXPOSURE – Have your product or brand featured prominently in media appearances throughout training and record attempts.
AUDIENCE – Reach young, engaged and receptive audience segments with interests including adventure sports, social good, and health.
Contact Exposure Events email@example.com
Make a donation to fund life-changing research.
Do a (clothed) tandem skydive at the community event.
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Share posts and updates from Exposure Events and MS QLD for awareness.
- February 29 - March 1, 2020