Catching up with… Patrick Passe
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After hosting the Cowboy Camp in Eloy 3 times in a row, it’s time for the boys from ToraTora to move camp and try something new. So how about jumping from a Skyvan for two weeks, landing on the beach every single jump and chilling out with Taco’s and Margaritas afterwards? Mexico truly sounds like a dream destination.
The team is building on the format of the Cowboy Camp with freefly and wingsuit coaching in groups (3 to 8 way), 1on1 coaching, a laid back boogie atmosphere and a lot of personal attention. Added to the mix this time is a warm beach, Mexican culture and food and a Skyvan. The fact that the beach is also the landing area, makes this event something of a mix between a boogie, a skill camp and an exotic holiday.
The camp, which is 28 February - 5 March, includes 50 beach jumps over 2 weeks and the jumping rhythm is said to be around 6-7 jumps per day. Not bad when hanging out in Puerto Escondido, wich is originally a coffee export town but now well known for its surf and its bars. There’ll be plenty of opportunity to enjoy life!
The coaches on the list so far:
Domi Kiger (Kristal)
René Terstegen (ToraTora)
Jarno Cordia (ToraTora / FlyLikeBrick)
Rob Heron (Freefly Rob)
Jasper van der Meer (ToraTora)
Efraïm Folgerts (Wasabi)
You can register for the event until January 25th, so be quick – register on the ToraTora website here