How can it be a Brazilian record if it was done in Arizona?
We had two Canadian Record attempts this year. One in Perris, and another domestic one at Parachute Montreal.
The domestic one was far more successful, built up almost complete (95-way) and we will be trying again next year. The Canadian Record write-up with the 95-way photo is at Peter Chapman's writeup in CSPA thread
Different countries have different rules. -- The Australians need to be 75% Aussies to be an Australian record, no matter where in the world it is held. -- The Canadians need to be 100% Canadians to be a Canadian record, no matter where in the world it is held. -- Other records for certain countries, must be held domestically only.
(This post was edited by mdrejhon on Jul 4, 2011, 12:08 PM)