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European Gliding Championships

The European Gliding Championships is a gliding competition held every two years.

Gliding is a competitive sport and was even a demonstration sport at the 1936 Summer Olympics. It was due to become an official Olympic sport in the Helsinki Games in 1940. However since the war, gliding has not featured in the Olympics. For gliding, international competition has been provided by the World Gliding Championships since 1938 and also by the European Gliding Championships since 1982.

The increased number of classes of glider means that it is no longer possible for all the classes to compete at the same location. The European Glider Aerobatic Championships were added in 1992. They are also held every two years.[1]

European Gliding Championships

Each of the following entries give the year and location of the contest followed by the winner of each Glider Competition Classes, nationality and the glider used.

  • 1st Championships – 1982 Rieti, Italy
    • Open Class Winner: Klaus Holighaus, West Germany[2]
    • 15-metre Class Winner: Kees Musters, Netherlands[2]
    • Standard Class Winner: Leonardo Brigliadori, Italy[2]
  • 2nd Championships – 1984 Vinon sur Verdon, France
    • Open Class Winner: Gerard Lherm, France[2]
    • 15-metre Class Winner: Delylle, France[2]
    • Standard Class Winner: Jean-Claude Lopiteaux, France[2]
  • 3rd Championships – 1986 Mengen, Germany
    • Open Class Winner: Klaus Holighaus, West Germany[2]
    • 15-metre Class Winner: Daniel M. Pare, Netherlands[2]
    • Standard Class Winner: Bruno Gantenbrink, West Germany[2]
  • 5th Championships – 1990 Leszno, Poland
    • Open Class Winner: Eberhard Laur, West Germany[2]
    • 15-metre Class Winner: Gabriel Chenevoy, France[2]
    • Standard Class Winner: Janusz Trzeciak, Poland[2]
  • 6th Championships – 1992 Békéscsaba, Hungary
    • Open Class Winner: Gerard Lherm, France[2]
    • 15-metre Class Winner: Gilbert Gerbaud, France[2]
    • Standard Class Winner: Franciszek Kepka, Poland[2]
  • 7th Championships – 1994 Rieti, Italy
    • Open Class Winner: Bruno Gartenbrink, Germany[2]
    • 15-metre Class Winner: Stefano Ghiorzo, Italy[2]
    • Standard Class Winner: Peter Fischer, Germany[2]
  • 9th Championships – 1998 Leszno, Poland
    • Open Class Winner: Ulrich Schwenk, Germany[2]
    • 15-metre Class Winner: Hans Obermeyer, Germany[2]
    • Standard Class Winner: Paul Crabb, Ireland[2]

European Women's Gliding Championships

1st European Women s Gliding Championships in Hungary 1979[4]

  • champion: Monika Warstat (East Germany); runner-up: Eda Laan (UDSSR/Lithuania); placed: Jindra Paluskova (CSSR)

2nd European Women s Gliding Championships in France 1981[4]

  • standard class
  • 15m class

3rd European Women s Gliding Championships in Saint Hubert (Belgium) 1983[4] (originally supposed to be held in Oryol (UDSSR))

  • standard class
  • 15m class champion: Giesela Weinreich (West Germany)

4th European Women s Gliding Championships in Subotica Yugoslavia 1985[4]

  • standard class
  • 15m class champion: Gisela Weinreich (West Germany); runner-up: Geogeo Litt (Belgium); third place: Maria Kyzivatova

5th European Women s Gliding Championships in Bulgaria 1987[4]

  • standard class
  • 15m class

6th European Women s Gliding Championships in Oriol (UDSSR) 1989[4]

  • standard class
  • 15m class

7th European Women s Gliding Championships in Husbands Bosworth (UK) 1991[4]

  • standard class
  • 15m class

8th European Women s Gliding Championships[4]

  • standard class
  • 15m class champion: Hana Zejdova (Czech Republic)

9th International European Women's Gliding Championships in Marpingen (Germany), 1995[4][5]

  • standard class
  • 15m class
  • club class champion: Anna Michalak (Poland); runner-up: Rieke Hastert (Germany); third: Halina Rynkiewicz (Poland)

10th International European Women's Gliding Championships in Prievidza Slovakia, 1997[4][6]

  • standard class
  • 15m class
  • club class:Claire Luyat (France)

11th European Women's Gliding Championships in Leszno (Poland), 1999 held in conjunction with the 2nd World Class World Championship[4]

  • standard class
  • 15m class
  • club class:Claire Luyat (France)

The FAI granted World Championship status to international women's contests in 2001. The 1st World Gliding Championships were held in Pociūnai (Lithuania). However, this decision was made rather late so that it was essentially a European contest.[4] For the results of this and the following women's contests refer to Women's World Gliding Championships.

European Junior Gliding Championships

1st European Junior Gliding Championships in Falköping (Sweden), 1991

  • Standard Class Winner: Tomasz Rubaj (Poland), glider: SZD 55
  • Club Class Winner:

2nd European Junior Gliding Championships in La Roche-sur-Yon (France), 1993

  • Standard Class Winner:
  • Club Class winner: Yann Mignot (France), glider: Pégase C101

3rd European Junior Gliding Championships in Leszno (Poland), 1995[5]

4th European Junior Gliding Championships in Musbach (Germany), 1997[5]

Later contest have been held as Junior World Gliding Championships.

European Glider Aerobatic Championships

European Glider Aerobatic Championships are held every two years, so that they alternate with World Glider Aerobatic Championships which are held every two years since 1985.[7] These contests are flown in the unlimited category, only. In 2006, the first European Advanced Glider Aerobatic Championships was held in Bad Frankenhausen in conjunction with the German Glider Championships in the unlimited and advanced category.[8] The second European Advanced Glider Aerobatic Championships were held in conjunction with the 2008 German Glider Aerobatic Championships in Rothenburg-Görlitz (26 July 2008 – 3 August 2008).[9]

1st European Glider Aerobatic Championships

2nd European Glider Aerobatic Championships, Rieti (Italy) 1994[10]

3rd FAI European Glider Aerobatic Championships, Pér (Hungary), 27 June 1996 – 6 July 1996[11]

  • Individual results:
  1. Mikhail Mamistov (Russia), glider: Swift-S1
  2. Jerzy Makula (Poland), glider: MDM-1 Fox
  3. Adam Michałowski (Poland), glider: Swift-S1
  • Team winners:
  1. Russia :Mikhail Mamistov (Swift-S1), Sergei Rakhmanin (Swift-S1), Sergei Krikalev (Swift-S1)
  2. Poland :Jerzy Makula (MDM-1 Fox), Adam Michałowski (Swift-S1), Marek Hernik (MDM-1 Fox)
  3. Czech Republic : Martin Stáhalík (MDM-1 Fox), Petr Poborský (MDM-1 Fox), Josef Čech (MDM-1 Fox)

4th FAI European Glider Aerobatic Championships, Ostrów Wielkopolski (Poland), 19 July 1998 – 2 August 1998[12]

  • Individual results:
  1. Jerzy Makula (Poland), glider: MDM-1 Fox
  2. Swift-S1
  3. Adam Michałowski (Poland), glider: Swift-S1
  • Team winners:
  1. Poland : Jerzy Makula (MDM-1 Fox), Adam Michałowski (Swift-S1), Małgorzata Margańska (Swift-S1)
  2. Swift-S1), Valentin Barabanov (Swift-S1), Alexandr Panfierov (Swift-S1)
  3. Czech Republic : Petr Poborský (MDM-1 Fox), Přemysl Vávra (MDM-1 Fox), Jiří Peprný (MDM-1 Fox)

5th FAI European Glider Aerobatic Championships Salon de Provence (France), 7 August 2000 – 20 August 2000[13]

  • Individual results:
  1. Ferenc Tóth (Hungary)
  2. Jerzy Makula (Poland)
  3. Georgij Kaminski (Russia)
  • Team winners:
  1. Poland : Jerzy Makula, Adam Michałowski, Krzysztof Brząkalik
  2. Hungary : Ferenc Tóth, István Matuz, János Szilágyi
  3. Alexandr Panfierov, Valentin Barabanov

6th FAI European Glider Aerobatic Championships, Pasewalk (Germany) – 16 July 2002 – 26 July 2002[14][15]

  • no official results due to poor weather conditions

7th FAI European Glider Aerobatic Championships, Moravska Trebova (Czech Republic), 6 July 2004 – 18 July 2004[16]

  • Individual results:
  1. Jerzy Makula (Poland)
  2. Alexandr Panfierov (Russia)
  3. Ferenc Tóth (Hungary)

8th FAI European Glider Aerobatic Championships, Rybnik (Poland), 19 July 2006 – 29 July 2006[17][18][19]

  • Individual results:
  1. Ferenc Tóth (Hungary), glider: Swift S-1
  2. Jerzy Makula (Poland), glider: Solo-Fox
  3. Swift S-1
  • Team winners:
  1. Hungary : Ferenc Tóth (Swift S-1), János Szilágyi (Swift S-1), Szabolcs Kühtreiber (Swift S-1)
  2. Swift S-1), Igor Plakhsin (Swift S-1), Olga Romanenko (Swift S-1)
  3. Germany : Eugen Schaal (MDM-1 Fox), Markus Feyerabend (Swift S-1), Olaf Schmidt (Swift S-1)

9th FAI European Glider Aerobatic Championships, Radom (Poland), 7 July 2008 – 17 July 2008[20][21][22]

  • Individual results:
  1. Ferenc Tóth (Hungary), glider: Swift S-1
  2. Erik Piriou (France), glider: Swift S-1
  3. Markus Feyerabend (Germany), glider: Swift S-1
  • Team winners:
  1. Czechia : Přemysl Vávra (Swift S-1), Jan Rozlivka (Swift S-1, Miroslav Červenka (Swift S-1)
  2. Swift S-1), Igor Plakhsin (Swift S-1)
  3. Swift S-1)

10th FAI European Glider Aerobatic Championships, Jämijärvi (Finnland), 17 July 2010 – 24 July 2010[23]

  • Individual results:
  1. Erik Piriou (France), glider: Swift S-1
  2. Ferenc Tóth (Hungary), glider: Swift S-1
  3. Dietmar Poll (Austria), glider: Swift S-1
  • Team winners:
  1. Hungary : Ferenc Tóth (Swift S-1), János Szilágyi (Swift S-1, Szabolcs Kühtreiber (Swift S-1)
  2. France : Erik Piriou (Swift S-1), Daniel Serres (Swift S-1), Pierre Albertini (Swift S-1)
  3. Poland : Maciej Pospieszynski (Swift S-1), Jerzy Makula (Solo-Fox), Stanisław Makula (Solo-Fox)

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