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JS takes first four places in Europeans Open Class

JS takes first four places in Europeans Open Class

Team JS would like to congratulate all the pilots participating in the EGC 2015. A special word of congratulations must go to Lukasz Wocjek, Adam Czeladzki and Jereon Verkuil, cleaning up the Open Class. This was a great event for JS – our first win in a real big contest. With 7 JS1-Cs finishing in the Top 10 in the Open class including the 1st four places, the JS1-C definitely proved its its worth. “It...

French Championships

French Championships

French Championships 2015 (Open Class) Buno -Bonneveaux, France 21 May – 30 May 2015. Killian Walbrou won the competition and Sébastien Dubreuil came third. On the photo: Sébastien Dubreuil (left) and Killian Walbrou (right)

33rd World Gliding Championships, Poland, 2014

33rd World Gliding Championships, Poland, 2014

COMPETITION NEWS JS PILOTS COMPETING IN THE WGC 2014 JS1 Pilots - Open Class Pilot Team Current Standing Andrew Davis Great Britain 2 Killian Walbrou France 3 Peter Harvey Great Britain 6 Laurens Goudriaan South Africa 8 Ronald Termaat Netherlands 9 JS1 Pilots - 18m Class Pilot Team Current Standing John Coutts New Zealand 2 Wójcik Lukasz Poland 3 Russel Cheetham Great Britain 4 Uys Jonker South Africa 5 Attie Jonker South Africa 8 Erazem...

2012 HAHNWEIDE

2012 HAHNWEIDE

First blood in Germany! Russell Cheetham flew the 46th Hahnweide competition on 11 May 2012 – 19 May 2012 at Kirchheim unter Tech, Germany, finishing first overall after 5 flying days. In the 18m Class there were forty competitors, including a lot of pilots who have achieved top places in the European and/or World Championships. Russel was the only JS1 competing in this event. For more information on his score (overall and daily) and for...

2011 NEW SOUTH WALES STATE GLIDING CHAMPIONSHIPS

2011 NEW SOUTH WALES STATE GLIDING CHAMPIONSHIPS

The 2011 New South Wales State Gliding Championships were held at Temora (about 170km NW of Canberra) from November 26th to December 3rd 2011. Three JS1 Revelations were competing, flown by Bruce Taylor, Jay Anderson and Dave Shorter. Bruce Taylor won all five competition days in both the 18m Class and combined 18m/Open Class, scoring a maximum 5000 points.   On the last day there were climbs of up to 9 knots and cloud base...

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