Craig lead the pack from the start, but raced himself to the ground halfway round. Mark Watts won the day.
NewsArchive | May, 2011
Despite some worrying incidents elsewhere in the comp and his ongoing concerns with comp wings, Mark has a great day on his serial class wing, and more positives than negatives.
Craig refrains from kicking his helmet round his imposed landing spot somewhere other than the 98km goal field, and consoles himself with a pint.
Task two, and Mark is getting into the ‘flying for fun’ thing, and has decided that smiles beat trophies, any day.
Good weather on Sunday sees the first task of the British Paragliding Open in Slovenia. Neil Roberts wins.
Mark flies his serial class paraglider for the first time in the first task, and finds it very different to the hotships he’s used to.
Friday night brought a cold front to the Soča valley, and a no-flying day on the Saturday
It’s raining and, with six Brits holed up in a small house in Slovenia, this can only mean one thing – banter
Herminio Cordido reports from Mexico’s Panamerican Hang Gliding Championships
Mark Hayman and Craig Morgan report from the 2011 British Paragliding Championships in Slovenia
Team Red Bull Austria wins Red Bull Elements
Advance have bundled their info pages on the EN C Sigma 8 into a free iPhone app.
Jack Brown (US) wins the comp after only two tasks flown
Thomas Hofbauer wins first 2011 Bordairline adventure race
Subscribe to Cross Country magazine and you could win a paraglider
Paragliding to star in French multi-sport adventure race
We speak to the man behind that brilliant ‘paragliding music video’