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Profile BASE Jumper: Miles Daisher

Miles Daisher

Miles is an accomplished canopy pilot with more than 7,200 skydives and 5,500 BASE jumps.  In 2005, he set a BASE jumping record by launching 57-times in a single day, climbing a total of nearly 29,000 vertical feet and performed a record setting 737 BASE jumps in one year.  In June 2017 he reclaimed this record by completing 63 BASE jumps in 24 hours.  Miles also created two new sports skyayking and rope swing BASE jumps.

Miles has been a professional parachutist since falling in love with canopies in 1995.  He is a member of the Red Bull Air Force, a specialized team of expert pilots.  Miles is experienced in demonstration jumps, Hollywood stunts, aerial camera work, coaching, motivational speaking.

Twin Falls, Idaho, home of the I.B. Perrine Bridge, has been his home for the past decade where he coaches Miles D’s BASE camp, trains for stunts and jumps for fun. “It’s a magical thing when you fly in the sky,” says Miles Daisher.