Tuesday, 25 August 2015 18:19
Tuesday, 25 August 2015 18:18
Tuesday, 25 August 2015 18:17
Tuesday, 25 August 2015 18:16
Tuesday, 25 August 2015 08:33
Tuesday 25 August 2015: Day 5 A later start to the day than yesterday, but with wall-to-wall sunshine, there's likely to be a comfortable pace of jumping today.
Monday, 24 August 2015 20:45
One day to go - but this morning was windy - above limits for the competitors to continue practice jumps on the pond - although the fun jumpers enjoyed themselves. Meanwhile the organisation titivated and made their final checks - putting the finishing touches before the start of competition tomorrow.
Monday, 24 August 2015 18:02
Monday, 24 August 2015 17:54
Click on the country to pick up the link to their page with details of Competitors, Heads of Delegation, and Photographs
Monday, 24 August 2015 07:15
Monday, 24 August 2015: Day 4: A beautiful blue and cloudless sky greeted us this morning and by 07.50hrs the sound of the Antonov AN-2's radial engine indicated that Round 2 of Male Accuracy had recommenced.
4th European Canopy Piloting Championships & 8th World Cup of Canopy Piloting, Farnham, Canada 23rd - 29th August 2015
Sunday, 23 August 2015 16:32
The skies are blue with white fluffy clouds, the sun is shining and the winds are low and "fingers crossed" it remains like this for the whole week. The Drop Zone is ready and the pond is set up. At 8.30 "Buzz" Bennett, the Meet Director announced that the Course Technical Director, Cindy Brown had confirmed that all courses were set up and ready for use by all competitors for Official Practice..
Bulletin 2 is finally published on the FAI Site and is available on this link : Bulletin 2
The final registration is 22 Nations and 80 competitors, although this will be finalised once everyone arrives.
Final preparations are underway with the Organiser, Meet Director and FAI Controller (Marylou Laughlin) discussing and finalising to ensure a successful World Cup for the competitors. The Mayor and Council of the local City, Farnham has arranged a welcome evening for tomorrow night, from 7, for everyone connected with the competition where there will be speeches, drinks and canapes.
As people arrive ready for the start of the judges conference tomorrow, as well as the Judge Training course, the normal weekend operation at the Drop Zone continues and the aircraft are kept busy. The Twin Otter and the Twin Beech between them have a big enough lift capacity to keep everyone happy. The practice jumps are going well for those competitors already here. At the end of the day a couple of balloons took off from the end of the strip.
The results are provided by the InTime Scoring system and come complete with a good DZ display system which keeps public and jumpers aware and informed about the progress of the competition jump by jump.
Sunday, 23 August 2015 11:08
23 August 2015: Day 3:
Didn't have the heart to post another cloud-filled photo, so to brighten the day we have (L) Krasi Korchakoska and (R) Lora Todorova who were the hosts at last night's Opening Ceremony.