The Sky Games are back for 2022 and this time our formations are even more challenging! We’re pushing the boundaries of what’s technically possible, using the skills of some of Langar’s best FS jumpers to make it happen!
And we’re sharing all of the formations here, should anyone want to use them for inspiration, or to flat out copy them from us. If you do use them, let us know – you can message us via our social media pages and tag @skydivelangar and @chimera_skydive in your posts. Enjoy!
Thanks to Laura Hampton and Pete Harries from Chimera for designing the dives, and Pete for drawing them for us.
20 way diamonds
This jump is all about BIG block moves and lots of outfacing. A mix of 8 way skill and ‘just send it’ mentality needed to make this one work… You can make it infinite too, just keep going back to the start.
20 way flipper
This one’s all about the moving base and big vertical moves. Enough glory for everyone – but get it wrong, and you could take the whole thing down with you!
20 way fly around
The fly around is all about giving everyone a chance to test out their side sliding skills! Gets everyone moving, but it’s not a race. No no, definitely not a race. Definitely not…
20 way giant 21
This is one for all the 4 way fans out there (woop woop!). We’ve taken block 21 (zig zag marquis) to a whole new level. Do we vert it? Yeah we do!
20 way grid
We were inspired by wingsuiters for this one. It takes precision and discipline to make this work and if successful, you’ll be able to draw a perfect grid over the formation, wingsuit style. The vertical part is the most tricky; those people with visuals straight ahead and on the diagonal have an advantage over the four people in the outer line who have no straight line visuals, so bear that in mind when slotting this one.
20 way inside out
Another jump where we swap the base, but no vertical moves here, making it a little bit easier to execute, but no less beautiful when it works.
20 way star weave
Hat tip to Niklas Hemlin of Arizona Airspeed for this one. A nice jump to get some pieces moving and interweaving between static points.
20 way zip
This is just a whole heap of fun that’s not too difficult to execute but looks super complex from the outside. Build a zipper, then re-zip on a different axis. Simple, right? Plus you can make it infinite in a number of ways; we chose a block move, but you could just keep on zipping.
You can find more 20 way formations here: