Silvertip Skydivers

Silvertip Skydivers Must Meet Strict New FAA Guidelines and Higher Insurance Costs to Jump in Washington-Grizzly Stadium Again [AUDIO]
Silvertip Skydivers Must Meet Strict New FAA Guidelines and Higher Insurance Costs to Jump in Washington-Grizzly Stadium Again [AUDIO]
After a tragic accident that left one man critically injured, and the addition of new light towers at Washington Grizzly stadium, the Silvertip Skydivers will have to meet strict new FAA guidelines, and much higher insurance costs before they can again entertain fans with their pre-game parachute jumps.
UM Says Skydivers Approved For Saturday [AUDIO]
UM Says Skydivers Approved For Saturday [AUDIO]
After last Saturday’s accident involving Silvertip skydiver Blaine Wright, questions arose about continuing the skydiving tradition at home football games. After consulting with other officials and the Silvertip Skydiving Club, University of Montana Athletic Director Jim O’day says the decision has been made to allow the skydivers to jump on Saturday. O’Day says Blaine Wright is responding well to
Fellow Silvertip Skydiver Describes Accident
Fellow Silvertip Skydiver Describes Accident
I spoke with Silvertip Skydiver Scott Spraycar Sunday afternoon about the accident that occurred Saturday before the UM-Weber State football game. Spraycar was the second parachutist  into the stadium. He followed Blaine Wright, who was seriously injured after striking a tree and a concrete retaining wall. Spraycar describes what he saw, his perspective on Wright's injuries, and the future of skyd