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Sun, Jul 25, 2004

South Africa Hosts Paragliding Competition

Category 2 event will feature 100 km events as well as cater to new pilots

Blue Sky Paragliding has issued an invitation to all South African and international paragliding pilots to attend the 2004 KZN Open Paragliding Champs. This category 2 competition will take place September 19 to 25. The venue will be Dumbe Mountain, Paulpietersburg, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. 

If you are a test-pilot or representative for a manufacturer, this competition will be a great opportunity for you to show off your range of wings and equipment, meet fellow pilots, establish dealerships on the African continent and make new friends. 

Some simple "round the houses" tasks will be set to cater for new up-and-coming Pilots.  There will be open-distance tasks on the big 100+ days.  There will also be time for some recreational flying as well.

FMI: www.kznparagliding.co.za

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