Tuesday, 07 June 2016 08:30
The on-line registration is now back "on-line" as confirmed by the Organiser:
'Registration for the 2016 Mondial is online with a secure payment system in place. If paying registration fees with a credit card this can be done during the registration process. For those paying via wire/bank transfer, the organizer asks that the Head of Delegation request wire transfer details directly through email. The link for registration and additional details can be found at the event website:wpc2016.com.'
Saturday, 04 June 2016 13:52
The 1st Bulletin is now available on this web site.
Follow the link to Events Calendar - 2nd World Cup of Indoor Skydiving - documents logo
Or this link - Bulletin 1
Monday, 23 May 2016 07:09
Different interpretations of the documentation in the Agenda and the Minutes of the Plenary Meeting 2016, with regard to the scheduling of the FCE's in Wingsuit Performance Flying and Wingsuit Acrobatic Flying has led to a new Interim Bureau Decision.
The full details are available on this link - IBD/05
Friday, 20 May 2016 15:07
There is to be a Pre World Games competition in CP called the Wroclove Cup held at the site of the 2017 World Games.
27 June - 3 July 2016 at Szymanow Airfield, Wroclove, Poland.
Bulletin No. 1 is now available on this web site, under Document, Events, or follow the link.
Thursday, 12 May 2016 10:10
The IPC Bureau fully stands behind the initiative for "HANDIFLY", a competition program for handicapped persons, who otherwise would be unable to be part of a freefall skydiving event. This program, developed and introduced by France is another big step forward in the direction shown by the participation of a disabled competitor from the USA in the Accuracy Landing event in Dubai: Freefall competition for the disabled!
The essence of the "HANDIFLY" competition is a tandem-pair where the active competitor is the handicapped competitor and the Tandem Master is just a carrier who has the important lifesaving role for them both after the disabled competitor has accomplished the competition program.
The IPC Bureau encourages Tandem Masters around the world to pair up with interested handicapped persons who have the desire to fly, to compete and to participate.
For full informaton about this amazing initiative and participation details please visit link to Bureau News
And watch the Video
Thursday, 28 April 2016 15:40
The 2015 FAI Annual Report provides an overview of all our activities with plenty of pictures. More compact than the previous editions, it includes the competitions, records, awards, our sponsor Breitling, our partner Red Bull Air Race, and much more!
Friday, 22 April 2016 08:37
Bulletin No. 1 is now published on this web site. Go to the "Events Calendar" menu to the right and click on the information icon against the World Canopy Piloting Championships entry.
Or follow this link - World Canopy Piloting Championships
Thursday, 14 April 2016 17:25
Bulletin No. 1 is now published on this web site.
It is available by following the Menu heading to the right of this article - Events Calendar - and clicking on the information icon against the Mondial details.
Or click on this link - Mondial Bulletin 1
For the Judging Panels go to the "About us" menu above, click on "Judges" and links to all the panels are listed there.
Wednesday, 16 March 2016 10:55
IBD3 is published today and is available on this link.
The decision confirms the date of the 2nd FAI World Cup in Indoor Skydiving, Warsaw, Poland as
11 - 16 October 2016
Wednesday, 09 March 2016 18:41
Human flight is truly made possible by means of a wingsuit. In recent years, interest and popularity of wingsuiting has grown exponentially. Improvements in wingsuit design have kept pace allowing feats of flying that were thought impossible only a few years ago.
FAI recognition in 2015 of the already mature competition formats for Wingsuit Performance Flying and Wingsuit Acrobatics allow competitors to demonstrate their abilities on the world stage.
Wingsuit Performance Flying
For the time task, the time spent in the evaluation window counts; the longer you stay in the competition window, the better.
For the distance task, the horizontal distance covered over ground while in the evaluation window counts; the further you fly while in the competition window, the better.
For the speed task, the highest average horizontal speed over ground achieved while in the evaluation window counts; the further you fly in the shortest time while in the competition window, the better.
Pure and complete from a physics perspective, this competition negates any advantage from specific body shapes and seeks to find the best overall wingsuit pilot. It has already immortalised Norwegian Espen Fadnes as the 1st FAI World Cup Winner of Wingsuit Performance Flying in 2015. Espen and many others now have aspirations to become the 1st World Champion of Wingsuit Performance Flying in late 2016.
This is a Competition that pitches teams against each other in an aerial display of flying skills, showcasing their best to impress the judges. The competition is centred around 2 way teams with a camera flyer and includes both compulsory moves and free rounds.
The compulsory figures are randomly drawn from a dive-pool with a series of loops, rolls, transitions and docks. The free rounds are where teams are invited to go impress the judges and fellow wingsuit pilots with creativity and flying skills.
Teams not only score points for the number of figures shown, but also get a score for the camera work and flying style. The flying style is a crucial element in these type of wingsuit competitions, as it's what forces teams to fly their best. Style points are given for body position, smoothness of flying, controlled docks and forward flying speed.
First Category Event Competition
The First FAI World Cup in Wingsuit Performance Flying was held at Netheravon, United Kingdom in May 2015 and the First FAI World Wingsuit Performance Flying Championships will be held in Zephyrhills, U.S.A. in November 2016; at the same time the First FAI World Cup in Wingsuit Acrobatic Flying will be held.