Omar Alhegelan was one of the Pioneers of competitive freefly skydiving. He has won multiple national and world championships and has even more national and world freefly world records to his credit. He was the first FAI-sanctioned Freestyle World champion, World Air Games and World Games gold medalist. Omar’s adventure skydiving has spanned the World. He has HALO jumped over the Mount Everest region since 2008, over the geographic North Pole, led an expedition that opened skydiving in Union Glacier, Antarctic and even BASE jumped the world's tallest building, just to name a few. For 20 plus years, Omar has given back to the sport by mentoring and coaching skydivers to improve and reach, not only their freeflying, but their life goals as well. More importantly, through his coaching, Omar has reduced accidents among the freeflying community.