Winners and Champions.

Our athletes travel the world to compete against the best of the best, pushing themselves not just to win but to test the boundaries of what the human body can accomplish. Meet the athletes of Team iFLY.


Mitchie Brusco

Mitchie started skateboarding at three and debuted at X Games in 2011 as a 14-year-old kid. Since then, he’s won 10 medals overall and at X Games 2019 wrote his name in the record books when he became the first skateboarder to land the 1260. That’s 3 and a half rotations in the air before landing.


He has spent over 100 hours in iFLY wind tunnels and credits flying with helping him excel at skateboarding. Flying is what he considers his secret sauce. In his own words: “My spatial awareness has been challenged so much. Spending time in the wind tunnel flying helps me understand how my body moves through the air and this training helps me the second I step back on a skateboard.”


Fun fact: Mitchie is an avid gamer and streams on Twitch as m_tricky.


2018-19 X Games Skateboarding Highlights:

  • 2019 – Silver: Big Air @ Minneapolis
  • 2019 – Silver: Vert @ Minneapolis
  • 2018 – Gold: Big Air @ Minneapolis
  • 2018 –  Bronze: Vert @ Minneapolis

Kaleigh Wittenburg

Kaleigh started flying at iFLY in Orlando, FL at the age of six. Her flying career took off when she moved to Dubai and was scouted by the Crown Prince, who pinned her as “a future World Champion”and asked her to train with his own kids.


Kaleigh has flown, competed and won all across the world. She and her younger brother Noah make up the two-way Dynamic team iFLY Aspire and often enter each competition as the team to beat.


Fun Fact: When she isn’t flying you can find Kaleigh skiing on the slopes in the French Alps.


2018-19 Highlights:

  • 2019 – 1st Place World Championships 2-way Dynamic
  • 2019 – 4th Place World Championships Freestyle
  • 2019 – 1st Place Windgames 4-way Speed
  • 2018 – 1st Place US Nationals 2-way Dynamic
  • 2018 – 1st Place US Nationals Freestyle
  • 2018 – 1st Place Junior World Cup Freestyle
  • 2018 – 3rd Place Clash of Lyon Freestyle

Noah Wittenburg

Noah, like his sister, developed a strong passion for flying at a young age. In his first year of flying he won his very first freestyle competition at iFLY in Singapore. Noah then teamed up with his sister to form iFLY Aspire, placing first at the Sandstorm competition in Dubai.


Like his sister, Noah is a young flying phenom who is pushing the boundaries of the sport and challenging the world’s best flyers.


Fun Fact: Noah also enjoys the slopes, but from above the trees, as he has developed a passion for speedriding.


2018-19 Highlights:

  • 2019 – 1st Place World Championships 2-way Dynamic
  • 2019 – 1st Place Windgames 4-way Speed 
  • 2018 – 1st Place US Nationals 2-way Dynamic
  • 2018 – 1st Place FAI World Cup Bahrain Free Routine
  • 2018 – 3rd Place Windgames Solo Speed 

Sydney Kennett

Rising star Sydney Kennett is a two-time Junior U.S. National Champion in a flying discipline called Freestyle. She first learned to fly at iFLY Flight School and has since developed into a flying phenom who competes globally.


Sydney was the youngest member of the US bodyflying team to represent the United States at the 2019 World Championships France. Outside of bodyflying, Sydney loves to ski, ride dirt bikes and play with her dog Ernie.


Fun fact: In addition to a dog, Sydney also has a llama.


2018-19 Highlights:

  • 2019 – World Championships: 3rd Place Junior Freestyle
  • 2019 – U.S. Nationals: 1st place in Junior Freestyle
  • 2019 – U.S. Nationals: Best Trick
  • 2019 – World Championships: Qualified in Junior Freestyle
  • 2018 – U.S. Nationals: 1st place in Junior freestyle

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