A hiker on Sunday found the body of a champion skydiver who went missing in southern Utah this summer. David Brown, 37, was found in rugged terrain hundreds of feet below the Moab Rim. Brown, who had been working as a skydiving instructor, disappeared from his home in Moab on June 29. Originally from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Brown was a former national skydiving champion and world record holder with more than 30,000 jumps to his credit.
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