Witness a new word record. Getting 164 people to interlock in a complex formation at 13,000 feet in the air. Add the fact that everyone is falling at terminal velocity, and they have less than 80 seconds to do it.
Rook jumped out of his first plane at the age of 4. Since then, he’s accomplished more than 20,000 jumps, won 3 world championships and 12 national championships with medals in nearly every event, achieved 7 world records, and performed stunt work for motion pictures. In the air, he’s a jack-of-all-trades. On the ground, he’s CEO of Skydive Chicago, founding the organization at the age of 23 and growing it to international scale, now hosting a variety of major national and world competitions, including the 2016 IPC World Championships and Mondial.