22 year-old Nigerian, who was the gold medalist in the 100 meters at the African Championships in Athletics and now attends the University of Texas on a track scholarship.
25 year-old, blonde haired, blue eyed, rodeo trick rider and owns a working cattle ranch.
25 year-old Indian, who is a two time gold medalist in the 25m Pistol Women’s ISSF World Cup.
21 year-old, who is killed at El Capitan, Yosemite National Park, wingsuit flying with Wichapi.
In her 40s and a former world championship in several sports including wingsuit flying until she had a bad accident. Mac manages Blaze’s ranch.
In her 20s and is a Native American
21 year-old Russian rock climbing expert, who teaches at a rock climbing academy in Russia.
25 year-old Tai Chi Master
Six amazing women, many from different parts of the world, come together to compete in the Wingsuit Flying World Championships
Blaze is the American and a world champion trick rider on the rodeo circuit
ZuZu is a world champion Tai Chi master from China
Zara is a Russian rock climbing champion
Agougbu is a world-class, Nigerian sprinter
and finally, there is Wichapi, an American Indian, who is an expert wingsuit flyer, but whose love for the sport has dampened been by the fact that her best friend, Lynn, was killed a year ago in a wingsuit accident, when they base jumped together.
Blaming herself for Lynn’s death, Wichapi, retired from the sport. But she is forced to join the team finally, when she finds out her friend ZuZu will compete. Wichapi knows that ZuZu needs some more coaching and does not want what happened to Lynn to happen to ZuZu.
The six meet at Blaze’s ranch for training, and are met by Blaze’s ranch manager, Mac, who before her crippling accident 20 years ago, was the first woman world champion wingsuit flyer.
That evening while sitting around Blaze’s living room, Kareena asks “What are we calling our team? The women go back and forth discussing names. Mac Leaves the room and comes back with a wingsuit. On the front it has a Red Bull logo and on the back the words The Fearless. The women discuss the name and all agree it is a great name for the team. Mac, “I have one for each of you.”
The next morning they pile into Mac’s SUV to go the mountain they will base jump from.
The first practice jump, the team gear up with their new matching wingsuits. Agougbu leads the jump and the others follow.
They each jump from the ledge and meet in a planned formation. After many minutes of flight, they drop to the base of the canyon and soar over the tree tops. Agougbu is the first to pull her parachute. During their decent, ZuZu sees something below. It looks like something has crashed into the trees. She ends up flying towards it instead of the planned route. Kareena turns back and watches ZuZu disappear over the crest of a hill and into another valley.
Everyone is concerned about ZuZu. They are unable to contact her over their headsets. They know she didn’t crash. Kareena saw ZuZu pull her chute but head towards the 2nd valley. Mac speeds with the team along a logging road towards the second valley. Unfortunately, the road eventually ends. They can’t get to the second valley in the SUV, so they leave Mac and head off on foot.
After a while they hear a buzzing sound overhead but are unable to see it through the thick, forest canopy.
As they hike over a rise, they discover a small airplane has crashed. It’s recent. Debris is scattered everywhere. The aircraft must have tried to execute an emergency landing. Following the debris field they discover the pilot’s dead body in the main section of the plane.
In the distance, they see something that looks like a large drone. Now it makes sense – it must be a search and rescue mission! The manned drone approaches. But the drone is not on a search and rescue vehicle. it circles around them. Agougbu begins waving her arms to draw attention.
Inside the cargo bay are crates of heroin and cash.
In the distance, they see something that looks like a large drone. Now it makes sense — it must be a search and rescue mission! The manned drone approaches. But the drone is not on a search and rescue vehicle. It circles around them. Agougbu begins waving her arms to draw attention.
What are they doing?” BAM! She is shot through the head and drops dead.
Now, one of them is dead. Another other is missing and now they know if they are caught, they are dead.
The drone continues to circle. They have no weapons. They have only their skills and courage to survive.