Date of birth:
Deland Florida, USA
Performance Designs, Flight-1 LLC, Sunpath Products, CYPRES, Alti-2, Liquid Sky, Cookie Composites, Phoenix-Fly, Adrenalin BASE, Flysight,
DJ mixing - music, Computers, photography, outdoor adventure sports, hiking, climbing, trekking, camping, orienteering, World geography, geology, kayaking, canoeing, surfing, fishing, motorcycles, cooking, rigging, sewing, mechanics, creative thinking
Favourite athletes:
Ray Jardine, Reinhold Messner


"Jason (Jay) Moledzki"


Six time consecutive World Title Holder

Seven World Titles overall

Attended over 100 Canopy Piloting competitions to date

Winning more than 50 Gold Medals


Over 350 different objects on 6 continents

"Jason (Jay) Moledzki"

Flight 1:

Founding member of Flight-1 Canopy School – the leading canopy control educator for both military and sport jumpers around the world.

2009 — Developed a new curriculum to readdress safety standards in the fundamental elements of canopy control with more in-depth progressive courses, tackling safety and survival skills.

2011 — Launched the new curriculum for Flight-1 Canopy Series teaching courses around the world.

"Jason (Jay) Moledzki"


2014 Abitibi River —200km paddle to James Bay ON Canada

2012 Appalachian Trail —2200 mile hike with wife in 150 days

2010 Baffin Island, Canada —30 days B.A.S.E. jumping in the Arctic – largest team expedition ever to the region.

Switzerland —BASE and Skydiving with PD Factory Team (PDFT)

2009 Alaska Extreme Project —B.A.S.E., Skydiving, speed flying

Chapleau River, Canada —150 mile wilderness canoe trip with my wife

2008 Rocky Mountains, Canada —120km solo trek in 7 days

Torres Del Paine, Chile —125km trek with my wife in 10 days


  • 2004: Pro Swooping Tour - Freestyle Open Perris, CA Overall 1st
  • 2004: Pro Swooping Tour - Swoop Festival Wildwood, NJ Overall 1st
  • 2004: Spanish Swoop Open Spain Overall 1st
  • 2005: World Games (CP) Germany Overall 1st
  • 2005: Canadian National Championships Canada Overall 1st
  • 2006: European Swoop Tour - Kolomna Russia Overall 1st
  • 2006: European Swoop Tour Finals Holland Overall 1st
  • 2007: PD/FasTrax Challenge Sebastian, FL Overall 1st
  • 2007: World Cup of Canopy Piloting Australia Overall 1st
  • 2008: World Championships of Canopy Piloting South Africa Overall 1st
  • 2009: World Air Games Torino, Italy Overall 1st
  • 2009: World Games Taiwan Overall 1st
  • 2009: World Cup of Canopy Piloting South Africa Overall 1st
  • 2010: World Championships of Canopy Piloting Russia Overall 1st
  • 2011: World Cup of Canopy Piloting Russia Overall 3rd
  • 2012: World Championships - Mondial Dubia Overall 5th
  • 2013: World Games Colombia Overall 9th
  • 2013: Pro BASE World Cup Worldwide Overall 6th
  • 2013: Pro BASE Istanbul Challenge Istanbul Overall 2nd
  • 2014: World BASE Race Grydset Overall 3rd
  • 2014: World BASE Race Hellyseylt Overall 3rd
  • 2014: Red Bull Aces (Wingsuit) California, USA Overall 7th

INTERVIEW 2015.01.29

What are you looking for to accomplish?

"Jason (Jay) Moledzki"

I like to challenge myself. I like to travel. I like to see places and experience points of view, perspectives, that very few people ever get to experience. 

What would be your greatest achievement?


What kind of difficulties does your sport’s performance involve?

Fear management, dealing with death.

"Jason (Jay) Moledzki"

What makes you feel satisfied when performing your sport?

Being in epic nature with outstanding people. Overcoming challenges.

"Jason (Jay) Moledzki"

Where do you practice your techniques when being alone?

In the sky.

What do you do during your training which is key to your success?


What are you most nervous about when competing?

I’m not nervous.

Who would you say is your biggest fan and why?

My wife and friend who have supported me without fail in my entire professional career. 

What is the best piece of advice you have been ever given?


What are your future plans?

Wingsuit BASE jumping, climbing mountains, Wingsuit racing.

What are your tips for those who begin now?

BASE jumping can be incredibly addictive and dangerous, do not get lost in the endless pursuit of more…