Peter Neuenschwander won the PWCA Superfinal in Valle de Bravo on Saturday
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The sun is back in Valle de Bravo. 76 in goal in task seven of the Paragliding Word Cup Superfinal
Task seven of the Paragliding World Cup Superfinal 2011 was cancelled due to weak conditions
Pilots struggled in light conditions on the 92.85km task six. Charles Cazaux of France flew the furthest, at 79.30km.
Day six of the Paragliding World Cup Superfinal in Valle de Bravo was a well-earned, if rain-enforced, rest day
Peter Neuenschwander wins a difficult, weak day, putting him back on top overall.
Luc Armant was first into goal again on task four of the PWC Superfinal; Juan Becerra back to first place overall
Task three of the PWC Superfinal in Valle de Bravo was jointly won by Luc Armant and Luca Donini
Day two saw strong conditions and a 91.6km task. Venezuelan Juan Becerra was the first of 95 pilots in goal.
Switzerland’s Hans Bollinger won the first task of the Paragliding World Cup 2011 Superfinal in Valle de Bravo
Mexico’s Coupe Icare attracted over 100 pilots in May
Herminio Cordido reports from Mexico’s Panamerican Hang Gliding Championships
La Ceja Adventure Park offer accommodation and logistics for free fliers in Tapalpa, Mexico.
The Pan American hang gliding Championships take place in Jalisco, Mexico, from 15 – 21 May 2011.
The Mexican hang gliding Nationals competition takes place at San Marcos, Guatemala, from 16 – 24 April 2010.
Brad Gunnuscio won the Monarco Paragliding Open in Valle de Bravo, Mexico. He beat fellow countryman Josh Cohn (USA) into second place
Stefan Schmoker died in an accident during the World Paragliding Championships 2009 in Mexico. A week later Andy Aebi became World Champion. Advance released this public letter following the competition
Today turned out to be exceedingly stable and totally blue, and the 87 km task all around the local area was possibly a bit optimistic.
Paragliding pilot Peter Brinkeby has opened a new action sports tour agency in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
Flight Culture still have a space available in one of their 4x4s, for a qualified (CP) pilot to join them on their adventure trip in Baja, Mexico