Milica Bicanin (SRB) & Matjaz Feraric (SLO): PG Accuracy Champions

Milica Bicanin and Matjaz Feraric at World Air Games 2009In 2008, and just 21 years old, Milica Bicanin from Serbia became the 1st women’s European champion in paragliding accuracy.  Flying on her home ground at Niska Banja, Serbia, Milica flew consistently well over the gruelling 10 round, 6 day competition.  She had some tough competition from the 10 other women pilots, and came a creditable 35th overall. 


Horacio Llorens (ESP) Paragliding Aerobatics star

Horacio Llorens (ESP) flying in Pakistan 2011Winner of the solo Paragliding Aerobatics World Cup tour in 2008 and 2010, and either first or second in the FAI PG Aerobatics Ranking since 2008, Horacio Llorens is one of the stars of this young discipline.


Judy Leden multiple champion and record holder

JudyLeden wIf you added up the number of miles this world champion aviatrix has covered during her thirty-year career in hang gliding and paragliding, the total would stretch several times around the equator. With multiple world records and gold medals to her name, Judy has built a world-wide reputation for her skill, fearless determination and passion for free flight.


Charles Cazaux 2011 World Paragliding XC Champion

charlescazaux2011 cropCharles Cazaux (FRA), FAI World Paragliding (cross country) Champion 2011, and FAI World Record holder (speed over FAI triangle, 25km and 50km).

Born in France in 1978, Charles started to fly at 15 years old and took part in his first international competition in 1996 as wind technician. He says: "Since I was 10 years old, when I used fly kites, flying was my dream. I used to watch these big butterflies in the sky in the Morzine valley for many years, and finally had the opportunity to join the dance".


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