Guinness World Record of Longest Indoor Freefall
Millet and Sarrazin flew without interruptions for more than seven hours
Live Streaming of the record by La Vanguardia
Flyers Stef Millet and Manu Sarrazin beat the Guinness World Record for the longest indoor freefall on Friday, July 7th, at the Windoor vertical wind tunnel in the northern Spanish town of Empuriabrava.
About the Record
Millet and Sarrazin flew uninterrupted for seven hours, 15 minutes and 13 seconds to beat the seven hours and five seconds record set last year in Dubai by Matt Munting and Hind Salih. More than 20 flyers joined Millet and Sarrazin periodically during the flight among them Matteo Roncari as a represantative of the IndoorSkydiving.World community.
The event helped to raise money for the NGO Family Lespoir Charity, that helps families with children with special needs.
Manu and Steff were acclaimed by local supporters and friends after the record.