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Another One in the Books

Hard to believe Bryan and I just finished our 4th visit to the World Championship. It was a great event. The Swiss really outdid themselves with the organization and execution, truly world class. I’ve never seen so many spectators at an F3A event! I don’t know how, but they found a way to make it […]

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Day 3 Flight Videos

A-10 Thunderbolt demonstration flight, CPLR P-15, Koji Suzuki P-15, and Nurila Lassi P-15 videos inside

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Day 2 Flight Videos from Switzerland

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What a Day for the US of A! (+ Videos)

First day of competition for the 2015 F3A World Championship in the books. For me, it was a long day of anticipation for my one flight of the day at 5:00PM. The World Championships is different than any other contest in the pure length of it. One full week of competition makes it difficult to […]

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P-15 Practice Videos from Switzerland

As promised! These were taken at the practice field before the official practice for team USA this afternoon. Enjoy!

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Practice, Laundry, Beer, and the Japanese

Long day today. It has been one of those days that remind you why you love the world championships. In the morning we had a long day of practice. Today was a particularly productive day. Jean Paul, a 4-time French team manager (2 WCs and 2 European Championships) and good friend of many of us […]

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It’s Always an Adventure!

I should be writing this from a Swiss hotel right now, but as just about anyone who travels knows, things don’t always go according to plan. Bryan and I had a flight delayed out of New Orleans for a maintenance issue so we missed our connecting flight to Zurich. We arrived in Atlanta last night, […]

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What Does It Take to Prepare for a World Championship?

Ooph, that’s a good question. I’m not sure I know the full answer to that question yet. If I did I would probably be World Champion. That’s part of competition, always striving to make yourself better, always looking for that next little leg up. Bryan and I never stop pushing for better. You have to […]

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