parascending

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parascending

(ˈpærəˌsɛndɪŋ)
n
(Extreme Sports) a sport in which a participant wears a parachute and becomes airborne by being towed by a vehicle into the wind and then descends by parachute
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parascending

nParagliding nt (bei dem der Start mit Hilfe eines Schnellboots erfolgt)
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This allows you to parascend behind a vehicle and reel yourself in to take control of it, which is great fun.
Next day, I learn the ropes of topper (small dinghy) sailing, but you can also waterski, parascend, jet-ski or go yachting.
The final straw for Christine, from Rutherglen, came when she tried to parascend but was told by a lifeguard they didn't have a life jacket big enough for her 17-stone frame.
An adrenaline-junkie groom wanted to make a big entrance to his wedding, and thus parascended into the ceremony.
Some have tried hang-gliding, others have parascended, but the closest many get to achieving that feeling is boarding a plane on holiday.
The adults watched as Jackson strapped himself into a double harness with Dean and they parascended together.