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World Parachuting Championships

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World Parachuting Championships

World Parachuting Championships is main competitive parachuting championships in the World. Organized by Fédération Aéronautique Internationale.

Canopy Piloting

Events

  • Distance
  • Speed
  • Accuracy

Championships

Year City Country Date Venue No. of
Athletes
No. of
Nations
1st 2006 Vienna  Austria August 23–27
2nd 2008 Pretoria  South Africa November 18–23
3rd 2010 Kolomna  Russia August 7–15
4th 2012 Dubai  United Arab Emirates November 28 – December 9
5th 2014 Zephyrhills  United States November 1–7

Landing and Style

Events

  • Accuracy Landing
  • Freefall Style

Championships

List is incomplete
Year City Country Date Venue No. of
Athletes
No. of
Nations
28th 2004 Rijeka  Croatia
29th 2006 Stupino  Russia
30th 2008 Lucenec  Slovakia
31st 2010 Niksic  Montenegro August 28 – September 4
32nd 2012 Dubai  United Arab Emirates November 28 – December 9
33rd 2014 Banjaluka  Bosnia and Herzegovina August 15–23

Skydiving

Events

  • Formation Skydiving (4-Way, 4-Way Women, 8-Way, VFS 4-Way)
  • Artistic (Freestyle Skydiving, Freeflying)

Championships

List is incomplete
Year City Country Date Venue No. of
Athletes
No. of
Nations
17th 2006 Gera  Germany
18th 2008 La Salmagne - Maubeuge  France
19th 2010 Menzelinsk  Russia July 31 – August 6
20th 2012 Dubai  United Arab Emirates November 28 – December 9
21st 2014 Prostejov  Czech Republic August 25–31

References

  • Medalists
  • AirSports Calendar

External links

  • 2014 World Championships


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