Andy Pag reports from the Bornes to Fly, a three-day hike-and-fly race around Annecy
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Cross Country is supporting two big paragliding events this year: The Ozone Chabre Open and the brand new Wide Open.
We love this and think you will too. It won the Best Original Film at the 2012 Coupe Icare in France.
Free flight’s biggest festival is on from 20-23 September and is expected to attract 60,000 visitors over the four day weekend.
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
On Sunday 19 August over 60 pilots toplanded Mont Blanc by paraglider, and lots more soared the summit and above. We’ve rounded up the videos…
A record 50+ paraglider pilots successfully top-landed Mont Blanc, the highest mountain in the Alps, on Sunday 19 August, a day which will surely go down in Chamonix paragliding history as one of the most remarkable ever.
CIVL have published a clarification of the rules concerning the number of pilots each country can enter for the upcoming European Paragliding Championships.
French pilot won the final leg of the European Paragliding World Cup, held in Krushevo from 5-12 August.
Anders Beyer Brattli won the Ozone Chabre Open, which saw its last day on Friday. Simon Green was second and Eugen Moldovan was third.
Swiss pilot Alfredo Studer (Ozone) won the French round of the Paragliding World Cup 2012 in Talloires – his second ever PWC competition
The Coupe Icare free flight festival 2012 takes place from 20 – 23 September at St Hilaire du Touvet, France.
Registration opens tonight, 28 February, for the Ozone Chabre Open 2012
The Annecy tourist office has published a new map for paraglider and hang glider pilots.
Col de Bleyne, is at risk of closure if a proposed wind farm gets the go-ahead
Mont Blanc has been remeasured by a group of French scientists and found to be 4,810m instead of 4,807.
360-degree view of an autumnal Lake Annecy from onboard a paramotor with ITV
Nicolas Bernhard and Elisa Houdry are the French paragliding champions for 2011