Triple Swiss victory at the Dolomiti Superfly 2020
Patrick Von Känel with 3d 8h 2m time, champion of the Dolomiti Super Fly 2020. Second place shared by Chrigel Maurer and Sepp Inniger.
Presenting Nova’s new Climb&Fly team
Nova's new Climb & Fly Team.
The Thermal 2 – Horacio Llorens: Flying on “higher ground”
The Spanish acro ace is also a keen adventure seeker who has travelled the world in pursue of new landscapes to be seen from the sky. Horacio joined us in our second Thermal live show to talk about his...
Safety note: Harness Woody Valley XR7
Woody Valley has issued this notice so that all the pilots who own their X-Rated 7 harness, with serial numbers from 1 to 1134, check them and make all the necessary changes before flying.
21st edition of the FIA El Yelmo Festival postponed until September
We are including here the communicate sent by FIA organizers about it being postponed, as well as the VI XC Paragliding Open. Both events were going to take lace at the beginning of June, but they will be put off, probably until September.
4th FAI Pan American Championships, Final Day, Task 5: Rafa Saladini is the Champ!
Last Saturday took place this EPIC, I mean EPIC, last task of the Pan-American championship in the ‘feel good’ Capital of Paragliding, Baixo Guandu, Espiritu Santo, Brazil.For one last time, we were greeted as usual by the Prefeito’s health...
4th FAI Pan American Championships, Day 6-T4: The underdog takes the day
Task 4….what a day! Holy Moly…Second to last day and Baixo Guando finally starts to show its colours. Gentle, tricky conditions lower down and some nice +3 +4 closer to the clouds. Rain was almost always somewhere in the...
4th FAI Pan American Championships: Day 4, T3- It’s Russia’s time to Tango
First of all, apologies for the late report. Truth being told, I bombed out for the second day in a row and I was so down, I could not bear talking to people in case they had made Goal....
4th FAI Pan American Championships: Day 3, T2. Baixo Guandu delivers again
Second task of the championship, with 29 pilots in goal the three first positions go to Brazil. Six out of the ten first places go to the country of beautiful people giving us an idea of how strong this...
4th FAI Pan American Championships: T2- The rain stopped and ‘the beautiful game’ (jogo...
"Day 2, we finally had a flyable task, and what a task it was! After 4 days of solid bad weather, this morning waking up felt different. It must have been that bird-like instinct pilots have. Today, we fly". Paolo Bellezze reports live from Baixo Guandu, Brazil, where the first task saw only one pilot in goal, Ignacio Ortiz. Local star Rafael Saldini was 2nd.