Synchronized paragliders defy gravity in Dubai

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The Spaniard Llorens, a five-time world champion, and the Brazilian Goberna climbed into the sky in mid-January, defying gravity and performing together between and around the fountain.
The palm fountain has two floating platforms that cover 14,000 square meters of seawater and reach a height of 105 meters. The lighting display includes 3,000 LED lights that are synchronized with hits from sunset to midnight.
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