Organisers of the Wide Open, a new fun competition in Meduno, Italy have announced GIN Gliders will now be supporting the competition.
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Alain Zoller and the team at Air Turquoise have issued a statement saying that they have made a ‘decision to stop immediately certification of “Gun” competition gliders’.
Judith Mole has released a new podcast. It’s on those often overlooked heroes of the competition world, the marshalls.
Competition paragliders in the EN system are “distorting” it, according to CIVL and the European Hang and Paragliding Union
Yassen Savov won the European Paragliding Championships, which saw its last task on Saturday 15 September.
The 12th European Paragliding Championships is due to kick off in St Andre, France Monday 3 September, for two weeks of high level competition among some of Europe’s best competition pilots
Missing British Paragliding World Cup pilot has been found alive after nearly 50 hours injured in the mountains.
British pilot Guy Anderson went missing on the final task of the PWC in Sun Valley. As of the time of publication the search and rescue operation was still ongoing. Craig Morgan, our blogger on the spot reports.
Craig Morgan reports from the last task at the Sun Valley PWC
‘Despite only flying one task this week so far it will undoubtedly be THE most amazing task I have ever flown,’ says Craig Morgan from Sun Valley, Idaho
Craig Morgan escapes the crowd but the day doesn’t play ball at the PWC in Idaho…
Craig Morgan gets to experience the Second Amendment, up close and personal
CIVL have published a clarification of the rules concerning the number of pilots each country can enter for the upcoming European Paragliding Championships.
Marko Hrgetić won the Istria Open, which was held 1-7 July in Istria, Croatia
Husband and wife couple Steve Senior and Emma Casanova were crowned the new British Paragliding Champions at the weekend after a week-long competition in Pedro Bernardo, Spain
British pilot Judith Mole has released a podcast with well known pilot Jörg Ewald on the subject of competition scoring in paragliding competitions
The second leg of the British Paragliding Championships starts on 1 July in Pedro Bernardo, Spain
Anders Beyer Brattli won the Ozone Chabre Open, which saw its last day on Friday. Simon Green was second and Eugen Moldovan was third.
The International Women’s Paragliding Open has had a change of venue. Instead of Italy the competition will now be held in Slovenia.
The British Competition Panel has decided to stick with the current system for choosing its team, according to a newly released statement