The 21th World Precision Flying Championships was held in Bautzen, Germany from 07-14 September 2013.
The winner of the event was Boleslaw Radmoski (Poland). He was followed by Krzysztof Wieczorek (Poland) in 2nd position and Petr Opat (Czech Republic) in 3rd position.
Poland were the winners of the team trophy with the Czech Republic and France in 2nd and 3rd position respectively. The team landing was dominated by the Czech Republic. They were joined on the podium by Poland and Sweden in 2nd and 3rd position respectively.
Poland fared well in the individual navigation trophy by taking up four of the top five positions. The navigation trophy winner was Boleslaw Radomski (Poland), followed by Krzysztof Wieczorek (Poland) and Krzysztof Skretowicz (Poland).
The new landing champion is Jiri Jakes (Czech Republic). He was followed by Petr Opat (Czech Republic) in 2nd position and Michal Wieczorek (Poland) in 3rd position.