Shock duo, parachutists of all records and lovers of the Southern Region, Greg Crozier and Karine Joly are our two ambassadors ... in the wind!
Their definition of love is summed up in one image, a leap into the unknown, as long as there are two of them and always hand in hand.
The world champion of freefall will participate in the world record for the most female skydivers in the sky.
80 female tumblers from around the world traveled to Arizona to make history in honor of women's rights.
These two world champions are a couple and teammates when they practice Freefly
Gregory Crozier is the reigning world champion in this discipline and is about to break the world record in Chicago.
The Ligerian and his team, notably composed of his partner Karine Joly, have become the reference in this artistic discipline of sport parachuting. Take-off with the world champion.
They are 39 years old, they come from the Lyon region and they are not afraid of the cold. Their job? Performing acrobatics by jumping out of a plane at 4000 meters of altitude
The world champions of skydiving trained in Arlon at LuxFly. Greg Crozier and Karine Joly are flying with the customers this weekend.
Reigning freefly world champions, Grégory Crozier and Karine Joly trained this week in the wind tunnel of La Villette, in Paris.
Grégory Crozier, 39 years old, confided in us about his discipline, his desire for a world record and the chance to jump all over the world with his partner, Karine Joly.
The freefall world champion, Gregory Crozier, 39 years old, confided in us about his discipline, his desire for a world record and the chance to jump around the world with his partner, Karine Joly.
In 2021, there are still activities where women are largely in the minority. This is the case of skydiving where there are about 15% of female practitioners.
Karine Joly and Greg Crozier have been flying as a couple on the world freefly scene for over 10 years.
Karine Joly and Gregory Crozier have written the most beautiful pages of French sport skydiving in the discipline of freefly with numerous titles won in the four corners of the world.
Adrenaline-seekers made six jumps over the pyramids, three on each festival day.
The first-ever night jump was over Egypt's Giza pyramids.
The annual skydiving festival, Jump Like a Pharaoh was held earlier in November and attracted 90 skydivers from 19 different countries.
The French Karine Joly, Greg Crozier and Baptiste Welsch, world champions in Sport Parachuting Freefly category, keep their title.
Greg Crozier & Karine Joly, the French World Parachuting Champions, are going into 4D