Mike Thomas´s video

July 17th, 2014 - Posted by Steve Ham

Here is Mikes last video from last week.  The first day in a set of 5 epic conditions days.  Since then the conditions have ramped up .   Thanks Mike, wish you could have had the rest of the set of days

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Mike Thomas´s videos

July 10th, 2014 - Posted by Steve Ham

Mike Thomas did a great video blog last year during his trip.  This year, he is slightly less ambitious, but still posting his daily flights as soon as he finishes editing each day on his iPad Here is the set so far: Tuesday Monday

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The Collector

July 9th, 2014 - Posted by Steve Ham

As requested by Emily some months back.  This is the full Dauntless Dan adventure after he came spiralling down on his reserve. French subtitles and full HD  

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Lord of the Himalayas

May 27th, 2014 - Posted by Steve Ham

Cross Country´s magazine Ed Ewing interviews Sir James Mallinson discussing Bir and flying in the Himalayas.  My final bit of sketching before I get back to my day job later this week.  

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Dauntless Dan the Teeny Weeny Paragliding Man

March 17th, 2014 - Posted by Steve Ham

If you read the Beano, Dandy, Whizzer and Chips, Wings, Skywings, XC Mag any time between 1950 till now you should sort of get this.   This year makes 20 years since my first emergency parachute deployment.  This is also kind of included as well.   I hope you like it.  

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Unexpected Scary Winds. A short educational video

April 18th, 2013 - Posted by Steve Ham

Here is one of a few animations I have put up on Vimeo.  This and others include some of the stuff which I cover in my safety briefings.  Since many of you come back year after year so I imagine you are tired of hearing it, as I am of telling it.   By putting […]

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Live Tracking System 2013

January 10th, 2013 - Posted by Steve Ham

Perhaps the key role of the XC fly guide is to keep track of the progress of clients at all times, to offer advice and assistance when needed and to ensure that when clients land the retrieve vehicle gets to them as soon as possible. To carry this out, the guide must not bomb out, […]

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