Judith Mole Podcasts: The 2012 competition paragliding season

Judith Mole's podcasts are a must-listen

Judith Mole's podcasts are a must-listen

Judith Mole has released two now podcasts, both about the 2012 competition paragliding season.

The first is ‘Serial Class! A 2012 comp season roundup from the ex-open class perspective‘. It features interviews with Josh Cohn, Nick Greece, Adam Hill, Craig Morgan, Russ Ogden, Yassen Savov and Adrian Thomas.

During the 2011 Paragliding World Championships, CIVL banned the use of uncertified open class gliders in its sanctioned competitions. In the last year, much debate has focused on the pros and cons of this decision. This podcast is a round up of pilot’s perceptions of the first year of ‘pure’ serial class from the perspective of some top international pilots.

The second is ‘Serial Class! A 2012 comp season roundup from the sports/traditional serial class perspective‘ and features James Bradley, Mike Miller, Idris Birch and Pat Dower.

Serial class has not only had a profound effect on former open class pilots, but traditional serial class and sports class competitors have also been affected – both in positive and negative ways. This podcast is a round up of pilot’s perceptions of the first year of ‘pure’ serial class from the perspective of some very accomplished sports/serial class pilots

The podcasts are 68mins and 47mins long respectively.

All Judith Mole’s podcasts are here.


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