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Competitions » World Parachuting Championships
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7th FAI World Canopy Piloting Championship - Wroclaw, Szymanow, Poland - 3-7 July 2018
35th FAI World Freefall Style and Accuracy Landing Championships - Erden, Montana, Bulgaria - 24-31 August 2018
2nd FAI World Wingsuit Flying Championship http://worldchampionship.jump-tandem.cz/ Prostejov, Czech Republic - 26-31 August 2018
FAI World Parachuting Championships 2018 in FS, Artistics, Speed, CF - Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia - 4-13 October 2018
23rd FAI World Formation Skyding Championships
12th FAI World Artistic Events Championships
2nd FAI World Speed Skydiving Championships
18th FAI World Canopy Formation Championships
Congratulations to Jamie Arnold and Dan Guest who took Silver in Freestyle, Team NFTO who took Silver in 4-way FS female, and Max Hurd who took Bronze in Speed Skydiving at the 2018 FAI World Parachuting Championships, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. Congratulations also to team MicroClim8 who broke the UK National Record in FS 8-way. Results here. Thank you and well done to everyone in our GBR delegation: we're proud of you all.
The international calendar of skydiving events is organised by the International Parachuting Commission (IPC) of the World Air Sports Federation (FAI). For the latest information, see fai.org/page/ipc-events
You may have heard about changes to the arrangements for Sporting Licences for World Records and international competitions. Changes to the recording of Sporting Licence holders now mean that it is not enough to have the sticker in your BPA Licence book; your details will be checked against the FAI Sporting Licence Database and failure to appear on the FAI Database will mean that you will not be able to take part in your chosen event.
To apply for entry to the FAI Database, may we kindly ask that you send your completed Form 110 together with payment direct to BPA HQ (applications sent through a PTO may result in delay), where we will be happy to process and forward your details to RAeC to forward to FAI for upload to the database.
We recommend that this is done at least four weeks before the event in which you wish to take part. See www.fai.org/sporting-licences
Updated 2 April 2019