What It Takes to Be a World Champion Aerobat

You could call Kirby Chambliss a daredevil. But he would say he just takes “calculated risks.” As a world champion aerobat, he weaves ultra-lightweight single-engine planes through a harrowing series of “air gates”—marked by pairs of 80-foot-tall inflated pylons—with utter precision, all the while managing gusts of wind, occasional engine failures, and chest-crushing g forces. But this […]