Project Cirrus World Record attempt for SSAFA

Project Cirrus World Record attempt for SSAFA

1 man. 1 suit. 2 jumps. 4 records. Donate now
11 January 2017

Project Cirrus World Record attempt for SSAFA

Fraser Corsan is a man on a mission. In May 2017 he will be travelling to the USA to begin his attempt to break a staggering four wingsuit world records in order to raise funds for SSAFA, the Armed Forces Charity.

Even with his years of experience in a wingsuit, this is a challenge that is only made possible through the support of innovative and revolutionary technology, developed by a dedicated team of specialists across a number of industries, supported by Fujitsu. His four world record attempts will push Fraser’s body, mind and the technology to the limit in the most hostile environment above the earth with the following challenges ahead of him:

  • Highest Altitude Jumped in a wingsuit – target 40,000ft
  • Longest Time Flown in a wingsuit – target 10mins
  • Highest Speed Flown in a wingsuit – target 250mph
  • Furthest distance Flown in a wingsuit - target 20 Miles

Fraser has worked closely with UK Armed Forces his entire career and is passionate about supporting SSAFA in our work that encompasses anyone who has ever served.  The funds raised will go directly to supporting our work in the community through volunteer caseworkers and our confidential helpline Forcesline. It will also help us to assist service leavers with the difficult transition process out of the Forces, and provide welfare services for those veterans of working age who have struggled with the adjustment to civilian life.

Project Cirrus World Record attempt for SSAFA

You can follow Fraser’s progress here

Your support can not only make wingsuit history, but change the lives of thousands of current serving personnel, veterans and their families for the better.

You can donate to the challenge here