Hard Openings in Safety and Training September 13 Have had two hard, but reading yours, not that hard, openings. Beginners mistakes I reasoned, First one my legs and feet tlew forward to such extent that was seeing them and the canopy pretty much simultaniously as the slider made such wissling noice and hit the bottom fast. Nothing else but mentally shaken and landed out. Second time I pulled and got the pilot in my hand as I began to go towards a dive and roll, released it and it pulled me back and in a harnest oversized I got all of the pressure on my right leg and my hamstring got injured/torn and held me from jumping 5-6 weeks. Canopy on both occassions Sabre1, but its bothering to read all earlier in this thread. I hate it when there is not a fully reasonable way to explain the opening seqvens thru wich a hard opening could be detected, meaning inclusive weather and human factor. It simply seems not to be a guaranteed way to eliminate that. This during the space-and dataage. I had no such issues since and not using that gear anyway, as its no moore. Swedish skydivier, if any doubts of my english. Following this continously, thanks.