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Scooter, wire, open doors for hang-gliding
Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman
The person behind them is instructor Lyndon Thomas, for now the Valley's only certified hang-gliding instructor. Interest in hang gliding as a sport has waned in recent years, in part because access to instruction time has often proven difficult, and…
Nov 27 2014 1:37 am GMT
Powered Paragliding gains popularity in Craven County
As a commercial pilot, Goldman turned to Instructor Brian Goff learn Powered Paragliding. Goldman says this new form of aviation is so much different from what he's used to. Now Goldman is flying high over a Craven County field, where Goff teaches…
Nov 26 2014 2:21 am GMT
This is ground-breaking paragliding
For Marvin Ogger, paragliding is about - the feeling of flight, and nothing else." He's one of the pilots blending the disciplines of classic 'acro paragliding' and 'freestyle flying'. So, which does he do? Both. "It's not about categorisation. I've…
Nov 25 2014 4:44 pm GMT
Hang gliding school soars high above Polk County
FOX 13 Tampa Bay, WTVT-TV
People from all over the world come to a spot in Polk County to learn hang gliding. It's called Wallaby Ranch and Malcolm Jones is the owner. "This is a big cow pasture in the middle of a swamp that I bought to start a hang gliding school," says the…
Nov 21 2014 10:11 pm GMT
Man killed after paraglider crashes into mountain
Los Angeles Times
A 38-year-old man who was killed when the paraglider he was flying crashed into the side of a mountain near San Jacinto was identified Wednesday as David Pearson of Los Angeles. lRelated Pilot dead after fighter plane crashes near Port Hueneme in ...
Paraglider Dies After Crashing Into Mountain Oct 30 2014 4:25 am GMT
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