Meet the team

THE SWISS BASE ASSOCIATION BOARD MEMBERS

In Switzerland a basejumper is subject to the same laws and regulations as a skydiver, as defined by the Federal Office of Civil Aviation (FOCA).

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8 500

Basejumps

14 000

Skydives

5 600

Packing hours

75

Years in BASE

Marcel Geser

President & Local in Lauterbrunnen

Mathias Wyss

Vice President & Accountant

Simon Wandeler

President & Local at Lauterbrunnen

Géraldine Fasnacht

Local for French-speaking Switzerland

Matt Sieber

Local Contact in Walenstadt

Denis Faoro

Local Contact in Glarus

Arnaud Weber

Graphic Design (Levillagedesign.com)

Jack Williams

Motion Graphic (Tres-flash.com)

Adrien Thomas

Digital Designer

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WE ARE COLLABORATING WITH
THE
ITALIAN BASE ASSOCIATION (IBA)

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Basejumping continues to grow as a sport, with an increasing population of jumpers performing even more jumps each year we also see an increase in incidents.

 

In order to help protect our jumping sites the Swiss Base Association and the Italian Base Association have decided to work in close collaboration. If you don't follow the SBA rules you will get a Yellow Card.

 

The second time you will get a Red Card - the shuttle bus in Brento won't take you up to the exit point any longer. A Red Card in Switzerland is a Red Card in Italy (valid for 1 year).

 

Thank you for your cooperation.

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