Rules to play Bungee Jumping
The highest jump
In August 2005, AJ Hackett added a SkyJump to the Macau Tower, making it the worlds highest jump at 233 metres 764 ft.The SkyJump did not qualify as the worlds highest bungee as it is not strictly speaking a bungee jump, but instead what is referred to as a Decelerator Descent jump, using a steel cable and decelerator system, rather than an elastic rope. On 17 December 2006, the Macau Tower started operating a proper bungee jump, which became the Highest Commercial Bungee Jump In The World according to the Guinness Book of Records. The Macau Tower Bungy has a Guide cable system that limits swing the jump is very close to the structure of the tower itself but does not have any effect on the speed of descent, so this still qualifies the jump for the World Record. On 26 May 2002, Jiri Stolin from Jiri Stolin, Xtreme Sports Czech republic jumped from the highest place in the Czech republic, from TV Tower Prague Zizkov in the Czech republic.
Another commercial bungee jump currently in operation is just 13m smaller, at 220 metres 720 ft. This jump, made without guide ropes, is from the top of the Verzasca Dam near Locarno, Switzerland. It appears in the opening scene of the James Bond film GoldenEye. The Bloukrans Bridge Bungy in South Africa and the Verzasca Dam jumps are pure freefall swinging bungee from a single cord.