300 Imperfect Jumps raises money for Parkinson's

300 Imperfect Jumps

GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn  --  One Father. One Son. One Day. Cheer on Kevin Burkart, adaptive athlete as he attempts a world record number of 300 skydives to honor his father who is living with Parkinson's.

The world record attempt will take place on Wednesday, June 15, 2016.

Kevin started skydiving to raise money for Parkinson's in 2008. In 2010 he did 150 skydives in one day. in 2012 he was going to attempt 300, but a tragic snowmobile accident changed Kevin's life.  The accident caused permanent loss of his left arm.

In 2013 he returned to skydiving and completed 151 skydives in one day. Now he is attempting to complete 300 skydives in one day all to benefit Parkinson's Disease research.

For more information, visit www.perfectjumps.com.


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