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In 1980, Mr. Azlan, one of the 10 pioneer skydivers in Malaysia, formed the Wilayah Sports Skydiving Club which was registered with the Registrar of Societies, Malaysia and was also known as Kuala Lumpur Skydiving Association in the mid 2000's. Under the Malaysian Sports Enactment 1997, the club has in 2012 change its name to Hawk Sports Skydiving Club and be registered with

Commissioner of Sports Malaysia.

Through sponsorships from major corporations, the club was able to purchase a number of square parachutes/equipments. In 1981, Mr. Azlan, with his vast experience was appointed as the first civilian Parachuting Instructor by the Department of Civil Aviation, which was then the governing body for sports parachuting.

Since its inception, the club has trained thousands of skydivers both local and foreigners. One of the foreigners who has made a name of himself in the sport is Mr. Fabien Raidel from Austria. He has won many world championships especially in freeflying.


The club has participated in numerous international competitions, namely The World Championship in Canopy Relative Work in Brisbane in 1980, The World Cup in Canopy Relative Work in Anyang, China in 1992, The World Championship in Canopy Relative Work in Brisbane, Australia in 1994 and many other competitions mainly in Thailand and Indonesia.


The club has been called upon to perform a lot of demonstration jumps and the most memorable was when three of the club instructors were selected to be in the Malaysian Demonstration Team to jump into the National Stadium for the opening ceremony of the
19th Kuala Lumpur Commonwealth Games in 1998.

In 1994, the club helped to organise the 16-way for canopy stack which was then a first in Malaysia. Beside the club, the other jumpers are from the Armed Forces and the Malaysian Police.

 

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