Eliana Rodriguez started jumping in 1995 and less than six years later won a World Championship, the Women’s 4-way FS. She is one of the most successful competitors in the history of the sport, with 13 gold medals at international skydiving championships (9 outdoor and 4 indoor), 6 World Silver medals, she is 21 times US National FS Champion, 5 times indoor US FS Champion and has 16 other US National podium places. Eliana also has 7 World Records in Large Formation skydiving, including the current 400-way World Record. In most of these she was in a pivotal position or a coach. These accomplishments have happened in 26 years, in which she has made over 15,000 jumps and flown 1,000 hours of tunnel time. She is the only woman to be on Arizona Airspeed in over 25 years. Eliana was the first woman to win an 8-way medal at a World Championships as a team flyer (Croatia, 2004), and has more US National golds than any other female – and the vast majority of men. Eliana cofounded the Arizona Skydiving Tribe to share knowledge, improve skills and raise money for charity. She is part of the Highlight Pro Skydiving Team, an all-female skydiving demonstration team whose mission is to inspire women and girls to live bold brave lives of their own design.