Grand Prix is Addictive – Tilo Holighaus Enjoys the Race

All photos by Tilo Holighaus It’s hard to ignore what’s going on at the Grand Prix Final 2014 in Sisteron these days: reading OLC Magazine, browsing through the Grand Prix website, and following Ritz’s great Café reports I try to keep up with the latest news. Haven’t tried the live tracking yet… but with three…

Four Days in May

The first four days of May had some spectacularly good soaring weather in Norway. I spent the days at Notodden, where the longest flights in Norway were flown. One of the days four of the five longest flights in the world were flown by us!

Region 2 North Photos

Photos taken by Peter Lewiarz at the 2013 Region 2 North Contest at Wurtsboro Airport, NY. Sports and Class and Two-seater “Bus” Class. Click here for full Results and Reports

Tea with “Two-Delta” – News and Views from North Africa

I´m back in Europe this week.

This, in fact, is a bit weird because a few weeks ago I wasn´t even prepared for leaving the continent at all, nor Germany, nor Munich, nor the university campus until all exams are over. The steady rain periods in Germany had me decide to definitely delay the second part of my soaring season to the August competition phase to come. Little did I know my fortune had completely different plans for me.

Soaring Car Tags (Updated)

Leo Benetti-Longhini has been collecting photos of “personalized” car tags at soaring and hang gliding sites around the world.  We hope you enjoy them as much as we have.

Torino Competition

photos by Giancarlo Grinza Some photos during the landings during the 1st day of Trofeo città di torino.  Unfortunately we had only 1 day valid becasue the weather was really awful on the others days.    

Flying the Glory by Tony Tabart

Thank you to Jo Pocklington for sending us these fabulous photos of the Morning Gloring in Australia.  More about the Morning Glory can be found in our article here.  — Ed. Flying the Glory — October 2012 After hearing stories and seeing photos of the Gulf of Carpentaria Morning Glory, my interest was stirred to…