Paragliding World Cup Superfinal 2011: Hans Bollinger wins first task

Swiss pilot Hans Bollinger has won the first task of the PWC Superfinal in Valle de Bravo, Mexico, yesterday 25 January 2012 . Reigning women’s champion Petra Slivova was the first woman in goal.

The first task, a 61.5km race-to-goal via six turnpoints saw an impressive 95 pilots in goal out of 116 who flew the task. Hans’ winning time was 1h41m54s.

Paragliding World Cup Superfinal 2011 task one

Paragliding World Cup Superfinal 2011: task one (click to go to Task Viewer)

RESULTS Superfinal Task 1


1. Hans Bollinger CH – Gin Boomerang
2. Raul Penso VE – Ozone EnZo
3. Dušan Oroz – Ozone EnZo


1. Petra Slivova CZ – Gin Boomerang (70th overall)
2. Regula Strasser CH – Ozone Mantra 4 (84th overall)
3. Seiko Fukuoka-Naville FR – Ozone Mantra 4 (85th overall)

All results from task one can be seen here.

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One Response to “Paragliding World Cup Superfinal 2011: Hans Bollinger wins first task”

  1. January 26, 2012 at 10:30 am #

    First by three seconds. Seems a bit much to ascribe much other than randomness to such a small margin and the many very small margins that quickly followed. Why are the women so far behind? Weight?

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