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Ferenc Toth of Hungary is European Glider Aerobatic Champion

Ferenc Toth of Hungary flew to victory in the 9th European Glider Aerobatic Championships in Radom, Poland. The EGAC concluded on 17 August. Toth flew the Swift S-1 aerobatic glider. In second place was Erik Piriou of France and in third, Markus Feyerabend of Germany. The Team of the Czech Republic took first place in the Team Championships with Russia in second and Germany in third. Detailed results can be found at the following website: http://aerobatics.mwebservices.net/

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Rob Holland is 2008 World Advanced Aerobatic Champion

Rob Holland was named the 2008 World Advanced Aerobatic Champion today at the completion of the AWAC in Pendleton, Oregon, USA. The protest period expired at 16.34 (Pacific Daylight Time) and the results and final standings became official. Team USA captured the Team Championship followed by South Africa and Great Britain. Congratulations to all the winners!

AWAC Resumes after Weather Delay

Flying resumed at the Advanced World Aerobatic Championships in Pendleton this morning. Weather had interrupted flying yesterday and the competition was called off early in the evening. The organizers called an 06.00 briefing this morning - two hours earlier than normal - to take advantage of good flying weather that is predicted to last throughout the morning. Roughly two-thirds of the pilots remain to be flown.

AWAC Second Unknown Sequence Published

The 2nd Unknown compulsory sequence is now available for download below. Flying of this programme will begin this morning at 11.30 local time in Pendleton, Oregon, USA.

First Unknown Completed at AWAC -- Holland Wins

The First Unknown programme completed last night and once again, Rob Holland of the USA took first place in his MX2. He was followed by Alex Land (USA) in second and Craig Dobesh (USA) in third. Land was flying a Sukhoi SU-29 and Dobesh a Pitts S-1XTC. Full results can be found at www.civa-results.com/2008/AWAC08/indexpage.htm

Rob Holland of USA Team wins Free Programme at Advanced Championships

Rob Holland of the United States Team flew to victory in the Free Programme at the 8th World Advanced Aerobatic Championships currently underway in Pendleton, Oregon, USA. The flight programme was completed last night and results became official this morning after the resolution of two protests. In second and third place were Hector Ramirez and Norm DeWitt, also of the USA. The 1st Unknown Programme began this morning and will continue throughout the day. Rob Holland

AWAC 1st Unknown Published

The 1st Unknown for the World Advanced Aerobatic Championships in Pendleton, USA, is official and is available here as a download below. Flying of Programme 1 continues this morning with the second group of pilots. This programme should finish today and results available.

8th Advanced World Aerobatic Championships Opens in USA

The 8th World Aerobatic Championships opened in Pendleton, Oregon, USA on the 2nd of August. Flying began with Programme Q on the 3rd and was completed in the morning today. Winner of the Q -- which is a Known compulsory flight -- was Todd Whitmer of the USA flying an Edge 540T. Second was Rob Holland fof the USA flying an MX2 and in third, Patrick Davidson of South Africa in an Extra 300L.

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Russia Sweeps EAC

Russian pilot Mikhail Mamistov swept to victory along with the Russian Team at the European Aerobatic Championships that concluded on Saturday, 12 July. Full results can be found at www.civa-results.com. Mikhail Mamistov

Mamistov wins Free Programme

Mikhail Mamistov flew to victory in Programme 1 -- the Free Programme -- at the 16th European Aerobatic Championships in the Czech Republic today. This follows his win of the Q Programme. Flying of the First Unknown began this afternoon and will continue tomorrow. Results can be found at www.civa-results.com.

EAC Free Programme in Progress

Today, flying of Programme 1 -- the Free Programme -- continues. Yesterday, over half of the competitors completed their Frees and it is likely the Programme will finish today. The competition has been delayed by bad weather throughout the week but finally acceptable conditions were realized yesterday and the contest organization went into high gear. The remainder of the pilots will fly their Free Programmes today. The flying of the First Unknown (Programme 2) will then commence. It is attached below for download in PDF format and the document includes Forms A, B, and C.

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