2017 Plenary: What’Up With Hang Gliding

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There were quite a few proposals from the Committee and Austria to discuss, and also the coming Class 1 World in Brazil.

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2017 Plenary: What's Up With Paragliding?

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There was no written report from this Committee in the Agenda, so read carefully what was discussed !

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2017 Plenary: What’s Up with HG & PG?

 

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The first Open meeting of the Plenary is dedicated to issues common to hang-gliding and paragliding cross-country. There is no specific agenda to the meeting. The Plenary Agenda is scrolled down and appropriate issues discussed as they pop up.

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2017 Plenary: What's Up With Accuracy?

 

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The long Open meeting turned into a true Committee meeting agreeing many proposals for consideration by the plenary. All these proposals were approved by the Plenary.

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2017 Plenary: What's Up With Software?

 

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CIVL ‘vision’ and FAI projects, GAP and FS future, approved flight instruments requirements and procedures, accuracy scoring software...

 

The Plenary trusted CIVL Bureau to move forward on these matters for the best of the sport and take needed decisions (implementing Working Groups, contacting professionals, choosing partners...). All Bureau decisions will be submitted, as stated by our status, to the agreement of the next Plenary.

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What’s Up With the 2017 Salzburg Plenary?

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The CIVL Plenary took part in Salzburg, Austria, from February 2 to 5, 2017. Thirty-five countries were present or represented by 50 or so delegates, alternate delegates, FAI representants, competition bidders and observers. The first two days were booked by Bureau and ‘Open’ meetings, the last two by the plenary itself.

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What's Up with CIVL Competition Timeline Calendar?

 

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Find here the CIVL Competition Timeline Calendar.

It allows you to visualize in a practical  way the already sanctioned events but also some of our not yet sanctioned main competitions.

It allows competition organizers to better planify their events around the ‘big’ competitions and pilots to better plan their season.

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What's up in October 2016?

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In the wake of the CIVL Bureau Autumn Meeting (September 19 to 21) and FAI General Conference (October 10 to 15), a few info…

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What’s Up at CIVL in April 2016?

 

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A brief account of what has been done since the Plenary…

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What's Up With The New CCC Paragliders?

 

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The Plenary voted unanimously in favour of the CIVL Competition Class (CCC) paraglider requirements update.

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