Report from Bali The beautiful Bali in Indonesia hosted 86 pilots from 12 countries.The organizer was very efficient, organized transport and take off very good so that at first day finished four series and second day made fifth and final. This was certainly the most accurate in the history of the World Cup, 26 pilots after six series had five landing on the pad. This meant that before the final flight ten pilots had chance to stand. In the end winners decided the most peaceful hands and nerves in last flight. Amazing results, difference between first ten pilots was 8 (eight) cm only. Valery Tzvetanov from Bulgaria won in front of Matjaz Feraric from Slovenia and Purnomo Alamsyah from Indonesia with 1 (one) cm difference. Closing ceremony and prize giving was on the coast near to warm see, what a lot of pilots,especially from Europe, used for sunbathing and swimming.
PGAWC tour 2014
By ivanl|2014-10-02T00:00:00+00:00October 2nd, 2014|Uncategorized|