- The age of the youngest participant was 22, the oldest 65.
- The participant with most number of jumps had 7,800, the one with the least had 300.
- The newest to the sport had been jumping for just over a year, the longest in the sport had over 29 years.
- For the first time row seven wings were hung.
- There were no cutaways from the first DQ '94 record attempt was made till after the new record was established.
- The term Sikorscrew was coined after Jon Sikorsky performed his amazing maneuver on record attempt number two.
- The number of wings on a discrete diamond of size
*n*is equal to (sqrt(*n*)-1)*2 - The number of lockups on a discrete diamond of size
*n*is equal to (sqrt(*n*)-1)^2 - The number of pilots on a discrete diamond of size
*n*is equal to (*n*)^0 - Bruce Robertson, a member of DQ '94, is the only person to hold both the current, official RW world record (200), and the current, official CRW world record.