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Take care of BASE and BASE will take care of you

Maurizio di Palma starts skydiving in 1996. He enrolls in the Army at the age of 18 and he then stays for three years in the Folgore airborne troops regiment. In 2001 he starts prac-ticing the art of BASE jumping.
To this day, he has successfully completed more than 3000 BASE jumps from nearly 400 spots all over the world.

He has done hundreds of jumps from mountains, antennas, buildings, bridges and also from diverse objects with the most bizarre characteristics both in Italy and abroad.
His curriculum features some exceptional places such as Angel Fall in Venezuela, El Capitan in Yosemite Park (USA), Corcovado in Brasil, Eiffel tower, Moses stadium in South Africa and a good number of the most famous italian monuments such as the Colosseum, Dome of Milan, Giotto Bell Tower in Florence, Leaning Tower of Pisa, Torrazzo in Cremona, Mangia’s Tower in Siena and many others.

He has jumped from exits that barely reach 30 metres to others that exceed 4000 metres. Wing-suit pilot with over 1000 BASE jumps. Co-founder and active member of Mucho BASE Team since 2002.
Competent in all modern BASE jumping techniques, such as aerials, very low jumps, track and wing-suit BASE jumping. He is known in the international BASE jumping com-munity as one of the most expert and complete BASE jumpers in the world.It’s over 15 years now that I breathe, eat and sleep with only one thought in my mind...tomorrow’s BASE jump.

After thousands of jumps and hundreds of objects jumped all over the world I still can’t stop! BASE jumping is and remains my reason for living.
This sport has given me priceless emotions over the years and I think it’s now time to give something back.
I have decided to make my experience available to those who want and have sufficient motivation to seriously and humbly learn one of the craziest and technical yet most satis-fying activity a human being could ever practice in his life.

“...knowledge and experience are the only sources from which to draw when facing a po-tentially dangerous situation like a BASE jump...when these run out, luck comes into play...”

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