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Victor Tchmal

Victor Tchmal is a Russian glider and powered aerobatic pilot.[1]

He won the 18th FAI World (Powered) Aerobatic Championships 1996 in Oklahoma City flying a Sukhoi Su-26.[1][2] In the 6th FAI World Glider Aerobatic Championships in Fayence in 1995 he won the team gold medal together with Mikhail Mamistov and Sergei Rakhmanin. They all flew Swift S-1.[3][4]

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