The Corryong Paragliding Open took place in February, with nine Canberra pilots competing.
The Bright Open was held early February. Eight Canberra pilots competed in three tasks.
Our previous club meeting / fly-in was on Sunday November 15 at Spring Hill.
On Saturday 7 November Jono and Sam launched their paragliders from Collector and flew together for over 100km, past Boorowa, finally landing near Murringo.
We held our AGM on Saturday October 3rd at Spring Hill.
Our first annual turnpoint challenge will run from 1 October 2020 until 31 August 2021.
Spring Hill turned on some great flying weather for our first combined club meeting and fly-in on Saturday September 5.
We held a trial turnpoint challenge during September.
The parachute repack night was held on Friday September 4.
The club trip to Corryong over the Easter long weekend has been cancelled.
The Paragliding State of Origin has unfortunately been cancelled this year due to unforeseen pandemic.
The Corryong Paragliding Open took place in late February, with six Canberra pilots competing: Kari Ellis (3rd overall, 1st woman), Johno Quinn (1st in reynolds class), Cameron Lawrence, Alistair Dickie (2nd in fun class), Phil Robinson, and Alex Chapman.
The Bright Open was held in early February. Three Canberra pilots competed.
Grum, Alex B and others took part in the 2020 Manilla XC Camp
Canberra pilot Kari Ellis secured third place in the women’s category of the Paragliding World Championships held in Krushevo, Macedonia. She came 65th overall, racing the world’s best pilots over ten cross-country tasks of between 63km and 130km. Read all about her experience here.