Diving into the Homestead Crater Wearing a Glowing SCUBA Suit #Utah #WearableWednesday
This is cool. Recently the bridge over the Homestead Crater in Utah was removed and some swimmers were allowed to dive into it, including a member of the USA Cliff Diving team who donned a glowing (likely EL wire, although the article calls it an “LED light suit.”). And thanks to Elizabeth for sending this in!
On a dark night, four people recently dove from a height of five stories into Midway’s Homestead Crater.
One of the divers was Andy Jones, a member of the USA Cliff Diving team who is on the Red Bull cliff diving circuit and grew up in Sandy. He donned an LED light suit for the event, which was hosted by Nu Skin.
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