# What is the highest cliff dive recorded?

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## How high can cliff divers dive?

Cliff divers dive from heights that range from 18 to 27 meters in the air (approximately 57-86 feet high). This height difference is significant, and affects the dive in several ways: Speed: A diver from 10 meters will hit the water at a speed of approximately 30 miles per hour (mph).

## What is the world record belly flop?

Comhrá (Mike) Belly flop! New record! The highest shallow dive is 37 ft 2 in by “Professor Splash,” Darren Taylor. #GWRGoneWild delivers again.

## Whats the highest you can jump without dying?

What is the maximum height you can jump from without dying? Stone states that jumping from 150 feet (46 metres) or higher on land, and 250 feet (76 metres) or more on water, is 95% to 98% fatal. 150 feet/46 metres, equates to roughly 10 to 15 stories in a building, depending on the height of one story.

## What is the prize money for cliff diving?

As usual, swimmers are due to make the most money in Kazan, including an increased \$30,000 bonus for World Records.

Record \$5.5 Million in Prize Money Available at 2015 World Championships.

 Men’s High Diving 1 \$63,900 \$63,900
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## Can you survive hitting water at terminal velocity?

The ocean surface is not as hard as the ground but if you drop from a plane, you would hit it with such a high velocity that the pressure would most likely kill you or cause very serious damage. Considering air resistance, the terminal velocity of a human, right before reaching the water, would be at most some 150 m/s.

## Why do cliff divers land feet first?

Cliff Diving is very similar, but you always go feet first, again completely vertical with as little splash as possible. The reason for the feet-first entry is that the impact in to the water is far too great for a head-first entry. The arms, neck, and shoulders just can’t take it.

## Can you jump out of a plane into water and survive?

If you can dive into water, it won’t feel good at 125mph, but you‘ll survive if the water is deep enough — at least 12 feet or so. Steer toward the water (it’s helpful if you’ve been skydiving before and know how to steer as you are falling), and dive right in.