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Another good way to find a place to go swooping is to look for instructors in your area first. This is especially case if you have no swooping experience - you're not going to want to go swooping without instruction. There are just too many different techniques that you need to learn first.
Also, most of instructors are at drop zones that make it easier for you to learn how to swoop.
The other thing that you should consider if you are already experienced at swooping is that some of swooping locations are more fun than others. For instance, if you're already used to doing regular swoops, you might want to try something a little bit different, and look for a drop zone that is over a lake or other body of water.
Finally, if you're very good at swooping, there are swooping competitions held all over world, some of which allow amateurs to sign up and compete. If you decide to compete in a swooping competition, good luck!
Jakob Jelling is the founder of http://www.swooping.net. Visit his website for the latest on this new and extreme way to skydive.