David Tejeiro López
In 2012, he started working with paramotors. With them he could fly anywhere in the world without needing a high take-off area. With this new equipment he was able to achieve an unique and incredible show accompanied by acrobatics, smoke, lights, etc.
That same year, due to his perseverance, he became one of the pioneers in the new field of acrobatic paramotoring modality, achieving the world record of an “Infinity Tumbling” of 202 consecutive loops, consisting of a radical manoeuvre in which the pilot performs 202 loops of the paraglider. No one has yet been able to beat it.
Years later, he left competition to devote himself to the world of demonstration, travelling from the USA to China, participating in more than 200 sporting events and shows.
In 2015, Javi (the older brother) and David set out to achieve another world record, when in the middle of the acrobatics they suffered a paraglider breakage that almost cost them their lives. From that moment on, David began to look for alternatives to ensure his safety. That was when he started skydiving in order to have another option in case there was a problem with the paraglider, to be able to get out of it.
As the years went by and practicing skydiving, he found another world full of spectacles and records, joining teams specialised in jumping from planes and formation groups, achieving two national records in this category.
In 2016, after four years practicing with the wingsuit, he combined two extreme sports in the same flight, in which he became the first pilot in the world to perform the most extreme acrobatics: flying with the paraglider, performing acrobatics (“Infinity Tumbling”), catapulting at more than 200 km/h with the wingsuit and gliding.
His whole world is not only aerial, he is also passionate about cycling. In 2020, he was invited to take part in a project in which for every kilometre cycled, a tree would be planted, all documented by the Imparables TV team and broadcasted by Teledeporte. After this adventure and having trained a lot, the team invited him to be part of it.
In 2021, he started his new project in the world of aviation, in which he began the helicopter course in order to be able to carry out future projects. Today, he has his helicopter pilot’s licence and the rating to fly the Robinson 44.