Monday, 19 September 2016 14:55
Bob King, UK Judge, keeps the accuracy audience informed
14.00 After several house of work ensuring that the results for the Overall Individual and Team placings were correct we can announce the final results in all Accuracy and Overall champion positions. These will be posted on the Official Notice Board and if there are no protests the prizegiving can take place, much to the relief of the Organiser.
We have 8 new World Champions to celebrate today
Female Individual Accuracy Landing - World Champion
Friday, 16 September 2016 14:49
Canopy Formation - canopies in the sky
17.25 Accuracy has been stood down for the day, Canopy Formation 2-Way Sequential has been judged, so shortly I will be able to name our final World Champions for today.
C O N G R A T U L A T I O N S to France 1 World Champions in Canopy Formation 2-Way Sequential with a total of 230 points
Cindy Collot, Charline Delay, Guillaume Dubois
Silver Medal goes to France 2 with 189 points and Bronze Medal to Russia with 186
The forecast for tomorrow is good, so 6.45am first call for Female Accuracy, Senior and Junior and at 9.45am we will move to Male Accuracy and all being well will complete those disciplines before the end of the day.
We have our second Awards Ceremony scheduled for 7.30 this evening.
Thursday, 15 September 2016 15:16
An essential team member - the Cameraflyer
QATAR Canopy Formations, 4-way Sequential have given us our third new World Record at this Mondial - Round 6 - 15 Points; and then broke it again in Round 8 with 16 points. D O U B L E C O N G R A T U L A T I O N S
Also 6 new World Champions have been decided today as different events finish
14.15 Formation Skydiving, 4-Way Female is over and the new World Chamipions are the USA - their third Gold Medal in Formation Skydiving at this Mondial.
Sunday, 11 September 2016 17:34
Sunday, 11 September 2016
16.00 The opening ceremony took place at the local high school's stadium - it was wonderful to watch each nation's athletes walking behind their country's flag to applause from the local townsfolk who came to watch, and their fellow athletes.