Sportler “The best in the Alps”,
I was born in Bolzano, Italy in 1985. I am 29 years-old. I began performing skydiving since the age of 16 years-old. Until now I have performed around 700 skydive jumps.
I began base jumping at the age of 21 years-old. Out of 1700 base jumps performances, the 900 wingsuit jumps were only from mountains. The rest of my base jumps (800) were from Antennas, Buildings, mountains and all the places I could find over 40m height in every discipline: (STATIC JUMP, SLIDER DOWN JUMP, AERIAL JUMP, TRACK JUMP, WINGSUIT JUMP…).
What are you looking for to accomplish?
Improve my performance skills as much as possible.
What would be your greatest achievement?
That Base-jump becomes my job
What kind of difficulties does your sport’s performance involve?
The risks that every extreme sport involves. That’s why Base-Jump must be practiced using the head and not the balls.
What makes you feel satisfied when performing your sport?
Keep on improving, learning and opening new jumps and lines never done before.
Where do you practice your techniques when being alone?
In every jump.
What do you do during your training which is key to your success?
The key to the succes in this sport is training with head, step by step.
What are you most nervous about when competing?
There are not many competitions in my sport and I’m not a competitive person, so I avoid getting competitive the few times I compete.
Who would you say is your biggest fan and why?
My girlfriend, because she brings me all her support and help every time I need it.
What is the best piece of advice you have been ever given?
Somebody told me once: “the good basejumper gets old”.
What are your future plans?
Working on a great personal project. Getting ready for the race in China. Go exploring Iran for new jumps.