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European Gliding Championships

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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. European Gliding Championships Each of the following entries give the year and location of the contest followed by the winner of each class, nationality and the glider used.
  • 1st Championships – 1982 Rieti, Italy ** Open Class Winner: Klaus Holighaus, West Germany ** 15
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