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Paragliding News

  • Canberra's Kari Ellis wins silver at 2017 FAI World Paragliding Championships

    Canberra's Kari Ellis has flown above her female competitors to finish second at the FAI World Paragliding Championship last week in Monte Avena, Italy. Ellis spent $10,000 of her own money to compete in the event for the first time after receiving little financial support from the Hang Gliding Federation of Australia.

  • Here're the must-go destinations to satisfy your passion for jumping sports

    Though Van Halen sang it metaphorically, today, on the World Jump Day, one can take the liberty to imbibe these words literally. Hence, the travel-tech startup Wandertrails have come up with top nine destinations in India that serves Jumping sports: # Bungee jumping- 1. Rishikesh: Rishikesh has the highest bungee jumping spot in India, with a height of 83m and is the only destination with a fixed platform to jump from, which is a cantilever structure that extends out over a cliff to give the amazing height.

  • Indonesia holds international paragliding championship

    Indonesia's eastern region of West Nusa Tenggara province is hosting an international paragliding championship that will run until July 24 with at least 40 athletes from 14 countries and regions. Besides contending the accurate landing category, international athletes vying in the 2017 Mantar Paragliding XC Open would also compete in cross country, a brand new category introduced in the annual event this year, the organizer said.