October 21, 2011 during 12:00 pm
BASE (Building, Antenna, Span, Earth) jumpers all around a universe were given another eventuality recently to come together and do a one thing that they adore many – jumping off dizzying heights with usually a parachute to check their tumble as sobriety takes over. This prestigious eventuality organized by a Kuala Lumpur Tower took place from a 28th Sep compartment 2nd Oct 2011.
All jumpers posing for a organisation print during a opening rite on 28th Sep 2011
This time, a building became a ‘leaping point’ as 93 jumpers from all over a universe including Malaysia participated in this sparkling event. Considering a high risk concerned in this impassioned sport, it is not odd for many to assume that women are not into impassioned sports. It was therefore startling to hear that out of a 93 people who participated, 5 were women jumpers. The participants who assimilated this eventuality came from countries like Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, Switzerland, Finland, United States, India, Malaysia, Canada, Japan, Oslo, Chile, United Kingdom, Germany, Netherlands, France and Poland. The 5 women participants were from India, a United States, Hungary, Germany and South Africa. The eventuality was also done open to members of a open who were penetrating to come and watch a jumpers in action. Tickets were sole during a premier rate of RM 100.00 to RM 150.00 for day jumps and RM 150.00 to RM 200.00 for Night Jumps, that took place on 30th Sep and 1st Oct 2011.
One of a jumpers on his approach to a alighting area
It is extraordinary to see these jumpers leaping off a height during a heights of 300 metres!
Some jumpers rehearse a approach to burst off a building before indeed jumping off with their friends
The shutting rite for a Kuala Lumpur Tower International Jump Malaysia 2011, that took place on 2nd Oct 2011, coincided with a tower’s 15th years anniversary, hence it was a double jubilee for both a jumpers and a tower’s management. The building was strictly launched by Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad on 1st Oct 1996, who was a stream Prime Minister of Malaysia during that time. The eventuality was hold during a Megaview Banquet Hall during Menara Kuala Lumpur. It was attended by YB Datuk M. Saravanan, Deputy Minister Federal Territories and Urban Wellbeing, Yg Bhg Tan Sri Dato’ Ir. Muhammad Radzi Mansor, Chairman of Menara Kuala Lumpur and Pn. Zuraidah Mohd Said, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Menara Kuala Lumpur.
YB Datuk M. Saravanan, Deputy Minister Federal Territories and Urban Wellbeing presenting a Certificate of Participation to Mr Gary Cunningham
The shutting eventuality also valid to be a noted day for 21 youths who common a same birthday as Menara Kuala Lumpur. Their participation done a rite even some-more merrier as these youths assimilated in during a cake-cutting ceremony. A present was also presented to all a birthday boys and girls, many to their delight. It really was a noted birthday for them. After a informative performances, a jumpers were all invited to a theatre to accept their certificates from Kuala Lumpur Tower. Pn. Zuraidah also announced a dates for subsequent year’s Kuala Lumpur Tower International Jump Malaysia, that will be holding place from a 26th compartment 30th Sep 2012. This is truly a good eventuality for many jumpers to mangle their possess annals as subsequent year they will have 5 whole days to burst to their hearts’ delight!
The cake slicing rite to applaud Menara Kuala Lumpur’s anniversary together with a birthday of Menara Kuala Lumpur Youths
There were also 5 special prizes prepared by Menara Kuala Lumpur together with one of a categorical sponsors, World of Watches II for 5 of a jumpers. The winners any perceived a watch from World of Watches II value RM5, 000 each. The categories were:-
The Overall Jump
Most Jumps of a Day
Most Creative Jump
WWII Jumper (International Ambassador), and
WWII Jumper (Local Ambassador).
The winners were:
The Overall Jump – Jean-Phillipe Teffaud
Most Jumps for a Day – Adam Gardner
Most Creative Jump – Rob Heron from Canada
WWII Jumper (International Ambassador) – Brandon J Chance AND
WWII Jumper (Local Ambassador) – Hizam Sahibudeen
Winner of Most Creative Jumper, Mr Rob Heron from Canada
Winner of Most Jumps of a Day Category, Mr Adam Gardner
Winner of Overall Jumps Category, Mr Jean-Phillipe Teffaud
Winner of WWII Jumper Local Ambassador, Mr Hizam Sahibudeen
Winner of WWII Jumper International Ambassador, Mr Brandon J Chance
As a shutting rite came to an end, many of a jumpers took a eventuality to association around with any other. Some even assimilated in a informative dancers’ performance. All in all, a KL Tower International Jump Malaysia 2011 had a good start and finished with a good bang.
Tags: BASE Jump Event, Extreme Sports, Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur Tower International Jump Malaysia 2011, Malaysia, Menara Kuala Lumpur