The Paragliding World Cup Superfinal takes place in Baixo Guandu, Brazil from 19-30 March 2019.
The event can be followed via the live commentary and tracking on the Paragliding World Cup website, or on the PWCA app, which now has photos and a ‘follow’ button.
The eighth edition of the X-Berg Challenge will take place from 24-29 March 2020 with Extreme (three-day) and Mini (two-day) versions.
Paraglider pilots race mountain bikers and runners around turnpoints in the Drakensberg mountains of South Africa / Lesotho. The route distance depends which way you go, and typically only 10% of competitors make it to the finish of the Extreme Challenge.
2019’s Extreme winner was mountain biker Jon Kirkman who finished in 24 hours and 43 minutes; second in were biker team Justin Armstrong and Peter Joughin, a day later.
Between Heaven and Earth, who organise the event, are offering complete travel packages from Johannesburg International Airport to the 2020 X-Berg Challenge event, along with return transport, accommodation and add-on travel packages including trips to game reserves, Cape Town and Wilderness retreat.
The hang gliding World Championships is all set for 19 April – 1 May 2020 at Wilotree Park in Groveland, Florida.
- 2nd FAI World Hang Gliding Championships Sport Class
- 14th FAI Women’s World Hang Gliding Championships
- 9th FAI World Hang Gliding Championships Class 5
- 1st FAI World Hang Gliding Championships Class 2
It’s flatland flying, and the entry fee includes the Wilotree Park fee. Flymaster trackers will be provided for the live tracking.
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