Canadian Wingsuit Pro Graham Dickinson Dies From BASE-Jumping Accident

Dylan Cautela |

This past Thursday morning, the body of professional wingsuit flyer Graham Dickinson was recovered near Tianmen Cave in China. Graham had been out solo-scouting for BASE-jumping exit points on Wednesday and did not return. His friends reported him missing that day and his body was recovered by local Search & Rescue units the next morning.

Graham Dicksinson heading up in the helicopter for a wingsuit flight. Source; Graham Dickinson Official Facebook Page.
Graham Dicksinson and crew heading up in the helicopter for a wingsuit flight. Source; Graham Dickinson Official Facebook Page.

Graham is a legend in the world of flying. He is best known for his proximity flying and willingness to put everything on the line in the pursuit of his dreams, but also for his many achievements in BASE-jumping and a bronze medal at last years World Wingsuit League event. He was a pioneer in the sport pursuing his dreams and he will be greatly appreciated and missed.

Chest mounted GoPro photo while Graham Dickinson flies over some mountain roads in China. Source; Graham Dickinson Official Facebook Page.
Chest mounted GoPro photo while Graham Dickinson flies over some mountain roads in China. Source; Graham Dickinson Official Facebook Page.

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2 thoughts on “Canadian Wingsuit Pro Graham Dickinson Dies From BASE-Jumping Accident

  1. Holly!! I can’t believe it! Just found out about this and am gutted!! So very saddened here! He was one of my biggest idols, former coach of mine in Dubai and who cleared me for wingsuit flying! Still have your video chasing me Graham! It will be with me forever! Deepest sympathies to the family! Miss you already! RIP

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