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Paragliding Llanelli couple take to the Kos skies in wedding wear
GETTING to the church on time was not a problem for a loved-up Llanelli couple. They simply took the skies in their wedding outfits to paraglide down to the service. Janine and Iwan Sadler enjoyed their unusual trip at the Blue Lagoon Resort before…
Oct 22 2014 8:09 am GMT
For hang-glider pilots on Mingus, it's all about getting the right wind - or not
Prescott Daily Courier
Despite the poor flying conditions on the 11th, hang-gliding enthusiasts enjoy Mingus because low-hanging cumulus clouds typically form and grow above the canyon to the west around noon, creating thermals - the ideal winds for flying. And these guys…
Oct 19 2014 1:10 pm GMT
Paraglider captures stunning photographs of the Lake District while soaring…
These are the breathtaking bird's eye view shots a paraglider took as he soared in the skies above the Lake District. Stuart Holmes, 48, has spent the past three years with his head in the clouds and his camera ready to take beautiful aerial shots of ...
The ULTIMATE selfie? Paraglider takes jaw-dropping picture of himself over ... Oct 14 2014 4:24 pm GMT
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Watch paraglider's parachute gets tangled 6500ft in the air
A daredevil attempting a 6,500ft paragliding jump narrowly cheated death after his parachute became tangled in mid-air. Justin Clarke, a 43-year-old IT consultant from Norfolk, had launched himself off the 6,200ft-high Mount Babadag in Turkey.
Oct 8 2014 10:11 am GMT
Toddler strapped to father's chest as she took first paragliding flight at…
A three-year-old girl has taken her first paragliding flight after her father strapped the daredevil toddler to his chest and took to the air - climbing to a height of 6,500 feet. Luisa Broschart clung tightly to her 49-year-old father Mik throughout ...
Oct 7 2014 10:42 am GMT
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