Who is Agnes Rodriguez? Wiki, Biography, Age, Vince Reffet’s Wife, Children, Husband Death, Instagram

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Agnes Rodriguez Wiki – Agnes Rodriguez Biography

Agnes Rodriguez was Vince Reffert’s wife of three years. On November 17, Reffert, the jetpack pilot daredevil, was killed in a training accident in Dubai, reports France24. He was 36 years old.

According to her LinkedIn page, Rodriguez works as a communications specialist, public relations, and social media manager. Rodriguez says that she has “invaluable knowledge and expertise in action sports.” Rodriguez describes herself as “Energetic, organized and professional.” Since 2017, Rodriguez has worked for Reffert’s brand, Soul Flyers.

Rodriguez has also worked as a rescue worker in Dubai’s harbor. Between 2011 and 2014, Rodriguez worked as a flight attendant for the airline Emirates. Rodriguez graduated from high school at the Wesleyan Academy in Puerto Rico before attending the University of Puerto Rico, where she studied advertising and public relations. Rodriguez received her master’s degree in mass media and communications from the University of Wollongong in Wollongong, Australia. Rodriguez says that she speaks Spanish, English, and French.

A spokesman for Reffet’s team, Jetman Dubai, Abdulla Binhabtoor, said in a statement, “Vince was a talented athlete and a much-loved and respected member of our team. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and all those who knew and worked with him.” The incident occurred at the Jetmen base on the outskirts of Dubai. The BBC quoted Reffert as saying in October 2020, “Everything we do is something new. We have so many dreams, and life is so short.”

Vince Reffet, a French jetpack pilot who flew for Jetman Dubai, has died in an accident during training. The Frenchman — part of the high-flying team that buzzed Dubai alongside a giant Emirates Airbus A380 in 2015 — was killed in a training accident on Tuesday, his team said.

The 36-year-old from Annecy was killed at his base in the desert outside the Arabian sheikhdom’s city, Jetman Dubai spokesman Abdulla Binhabtoor told AFP.

Reffet had Base jumped off the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, the world’s tallest building at 828 meters (2,716ft), setting a world record. The base is an acronym for building, antenna, span, and earth, the four categories of objects from which people jump. He had also earned gold medals while competing as a free-flying skydiver and competed as an extreme athlete sponsored by Red Bull.

But the public in Dubai came to know Reffet best as part of Jetman Dubai, founded by the Swiss adventurer Yves Rossy, whose athletes zip across the sky with a four-engine, carbon-Kevlar wing strapped to their backs. The wings can fly 30 miles (50km), have a maximum speed of over 248mph (400km/h), and can reach an altitude of 6,100 meters (20,000ft).

Under the brand of XDubai, which is associated with the crown prince of Dubai, Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, the jetmen have flown past the Burj Khalifa and other sites around the city-state.

In 2015, Reffet and Rossy flew alongside an Emirates Airbus A380 double-decker jetliner over Dubai.

“It’s the sensation of freedom. Already, you know, when I am skydiving, I have this feeling of freedom like I can pretty much go where I want, but always going down,” Reffet told Associated Press in 2015. “[But] with this machine, I can fly like a bird.”

Agnes Rodriguez Age

Agnes Rodriguez’s age is unknown.

Agnes Rodriguez & Vince Reffert

Rodriguez told The National in February 2020 that she was still in her pajamas on the morning of the stunt when Reffert told her that he wanted her to tag along. Rodriguez said, “Basically, he said it would mean a lot if I would wake up early and come see him fly that day, and I did it but thought it was a regular workday for my husband.” Rodriguez said that later that day, she found herself engaged while being 5,000 feet in the air.

Rodriguez also said that many people had told her how romantic Reffert’s gesture was; some men say, “Definitely not showing that to my girlfriend, because how could I ever compete with that?” Rodriguez went on to say that the couple’s wedding took place in two parts. The first took place in France on August 20, 2016, and the second came in Puerto Rico on April 29, 2017.

On her Instagram page, Rodriguez identifies herself as being Puerto Rican. Rodriguez posted a photo showing her with Reffert and others on November 9. The accompanying caption read, “Jacuzzi en familia! Los amo! #familytime.” The other uploaded photos on the days before that picture show Rodriguez and Reffert in Puerto Rico together. Rodriguez writes on the bio section of her profile, “I’m a peacock, you gotta let me fly!” She adds, “Loving life with Vince Reffert.” Rodriguez wrote on her Facebook page in October 2020 that she was looking to buy household appliances in Puerto Rico.

Rodriguez wrote in a July 2017 Instagram tribute to her husband, “True love doesn’t mean being inseparable; it means being separated, and nothing changes. Thank you for making me smile every single day 😊and making my day that much better.”

A profile on Red Bull’s website says that when Reffert was not spending his time “kitesurfing, ziplining, air racing and drifting,” he could be found with Rodriguez. In the 2016 feature, Reffert is asked about his goals for the coming year. He said, “My 2016 resolution is to carry on enjoying life as much as possible: to share new experiences and horizons with friends, family, and my future wife, Agnes.”

Accident

According to a statement from the company posted on Facebook, the incident occurred in Dubai on Tuesday morning local time, according to the company’s statement.
“Vince was a talented athlete and a much-loved and respected member of our team,” the statement reads. “Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and all those who knew and worked with him.”

Jetman Dubai has developed a jet-powered wingsuit capable of taking off from the ground and then transitioning to high-altitude flight.

Vince Reffet Death

One of Dubai’s “jetmen,” whose flights over the world’s tallest building and alongside a jumbo jet with engines strapped to his back have wowed watchers online, died on Tuesday while training in the desert, his organization said.

Vincent Reffet, of Annecy, France, was killed during training, Jetman Dubai said. The organization did not elaborate, though it said it was “working closely with all relevant authorities.

The company said it announced Reffet’s death with “unimaginable sadness.”

“We are working closely with all relevant authorities and ask that you please keep Vince’s family in your thoughts and prayers,” it continued.

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Four mini jet engines power Jetman Dubai’s carbon-fiber wingsuit, and the team’s engineers were able to create a manually controlled thrust vectoring nozzle that allows pilots “to control rotations around the yaw axis at zero speeds.”

“Vince was a talented athlete, and a much-loved and respected member of our team,” its statement said. “Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and all those who knew and worked with him.”

“I believe that if you dream big and if you love what you do, everything is possible,” Reffet said.

Cause of Death

The 36-year-old from Annecy was killed at his base in the desert outside the Arabian sheikhdom’s city, Jetman Dubai spokesman Abdulla Binhabtoor told AFP.

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Anne Tyler's career as a writer spans fifty years and twenty novels including Breathing Lessons, The Accidental Tourist and 2015's A Spool of Blue Thread. She has won numerous awards including the Pulitzer Prize and National Book Critic Circle Award.

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