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Stanisław Makula

Stanisław Makula a Polish glider aerobatic pilot. He took part in several Polish Glider Aerobatic Championships[1] and FAI European and World Championships.[2] Together with his father Jerzy Makula[3] and Krzystof Brzakalik he wo the team silver medal in the 11th FAI World Glider Aerobatic Championships in Serpukhov in 2005.[4]

Achievements of Stanisław Makula in international FAI glider aerobatic championships (unlimited category)[2][5]
year competition ranking team ranking glider
2011 14th FAI World Glider Aerobatic Championships 15 1 Solo Fox
2010 10th FAI European Glider Aerobatic Championships 20 3 Solo Fox
2009 13th FAI European Glider Aerobatic Championships 22 Solo Fox
2008 9th FAI European Glider Aerobatic Championships 15 Solo Fox
2007 12th FAI World Glider Aerobatic Championships 15 Solo Fox
2006 8th FAI European Glider Aerobatic Championships 26 MDM-1 Fox
2005 11th FAI World Glider Aerobatic Championships 8 2
2004 7th FAI European Glider Aerobatic Championships 10
2003 10th FAI World Glider Aerobatic Championships 9 MDM-1 Fox
2001 9th FAI World Glider Aerobatic Championships and 2nd World Air Games Glider Aerobatics Championships 31
2000 5th FAI European Glider Aerobatic Championships 18
1999 8th FAI World Glider Aerobatic Championships 21 MDM-1 Fox

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