Comp Class comeback: Report clears ‘dangerous paragliders’ and focuses on pilot education
NewsTag Archives: Paragliding World Championships 2011
Testing bodies stop testing EN D gliders in wake of accident
Following the suspension of Open Class paragliders during the Paragliding World Championships 2011 in Piedrahita, Spain, CIVL have issued the following statement.
In the aftermath of the 2011 Paragliding World Championships being cancelled Mads Syndergaard comments on where things went wrong and how to right them
The 2011 Paragliding World Championships has been cancelled after two tasks
The Paragliding World Championships 2011 have been temporarily stopped
The organisers of the Paragliding World Championships 2011 in Piedrahita have released a further statement
The morning meeting is just over, and as expected most teams were for continuing the event.
Mads Syndergaard reports from Piedrahita, where two pilots died during task 2 on Wednesday 6 July
Two die in separate incidents. Next of kin have been informed
Charles Cazaux (FR) wins first task but 32 pilots score zero for busting airspace
Keen readers will have worked out that I didn’t make goal today, writes Mads Syndergaard
Sweden’s Matts Eliasson has provisionally won the first task of the 2011 Paragliding World Championships
Mads Syndergaard reports from the test task at the the Worlds
Mads Syndergaard keeps cool at the four-hour check in – first task is today
The 2011 Paragliding World Championships kicks off today, Sunday 3 July, in Spain’s legendary Piedrahita.
Mads Syndergaard and Bob Drury are in Spain reporting live on the Paragliding Wor;d Championships 2011
CIVL has tweaked the rules on Open Class paragliders for the 2011 World Championships
A British Paragliding Team member has resigned over two-line glider safety
Team leaders must register pilots for the Paragliding World Championships by 3 May.