Our gliders in competition
The team of Michael Sommer and Tassilo Bode took the chance to fly in the Rieti competition as part of their preparation for the World Championships in January 2017 in Benella (Australia). Michael...
Our congratulations go to Harald Bader who finished first in the Open Class with his two seater EB29D. Results
EB29 leading the field:The first place went to Markus Frank, followed by Alexander Müller, both flying their single seaters EB29.The team Enrique and Thomas Levin with EB28edition finished forth, the...
After picking up his brand new EB29DR in Ostheim Pierre de Broqueville head directly to La Roche sur Yon, were he flew in the Open Class of the Championat de France. He finished first with 4151...
In 2016 the Hahnweide–Competition in the Open Class was won for the second time in two consecutive years by the team Jim Acketoft and Wilhelm Wendt, flying the two-seater EB28.Congratulations...
The Pribina Cup 2016 saw only four competition days. On all days the participating thee EBs finished among the first six.Winners of the Open Class are Enrique Levin and co-pilot Simon Briel, flying...
The German Champion in the Open Class is once again Michael Sommer flying his EB 29. We congratulate all participants to their achievements. Results
Winner in the Open Class of the 2015 Hahnweide Competition is Jim Acketoft flying his EB28. In total six pilots were flying EB-gliders.
At the WGC 2014, held in Lezno (Poland), Michael Sommer flying his EB29 won his fourth title as world champion. Uli Schwenk finished fourth, also flying the EB29. Our Congratulations go to all...
CIM 2014 Rieti 17. - 23.August 2014
while Tassilo Bode finished fourth with EB29Bode with his EB29
At the German Championships 2013 in Mengen the different versions of the EB28 and EB29 demonstrated their superior performance.
1st place for Michael Sommer and the EB29 at Vinon 2013
At the 32nd Worl Glidung Championships at Uvalde Texas Michael Sommer placed second with the EB29. Congratulations!
Although in this season the weather did not present itself from the very best side long distances have been flown with high speeds.
Especially successful was the season for Franz Josef and Sebastian Eder.
On 30.Nov. 2015 Franz Josef Eder set three Austrian Open Class records in one flight, taking off from Pokweni in his EB29:
- Free FAI triangle over 1256,3 km, earning him his 1250 km FAI Diploma
- Predefined FAI triangle over 1253,6 km
- Speed over a predefined 1250 km FAI triangle of 147,04 km/h
Flight of Franz Josef Eder
On 5. and 6. Jan. 2016 Sebastian Eder was able to fly 1000 km triangles and also set an Austrian record in the Open Class:
- Speed over a 1000km FAI triangle of 139,86 km/h
Sebastian Eder 5.1.16
On 20th december Bostjan Pristavec did fly a solvenian record:
- Speed over 1000 km out and return 150,05 km/h
- Predefined distance out and return over 1123,6 km
- Free distance out and return over 1126,34 km
The soaring season 2012/2013 in Namibia has now ended. We are again looking back at a fantastic season with many days of perfect weather for great flights.
The 14 EBs flying in Namibia reported a total of 386 flights and 333.300 km to the OLC.
Of the 146 flights reported with more than 1000 km, 41 were over 1100 km and 25 over 1200 km and four over 1300 km.
On the 6th of December Bostjan Pristavec made the longest flight in the EB28 edition with 1.405 km and an average speed of 166 kph.
Alexander Müller made the highest scoring flight in the EB29 with 1380,65 points.
The soaring season 2011/2012 in Namibia has now ended. We are again looking back at a fantastic season with many days of perfect weather for great flights. The 10 EBs flying in Namibia reported a total of 245.000 km to the OLC.
Of the 104 flights reported with more than 1000 km, 34 were over 1100 km and 12 over 1200 km. Alexander Müller made the longest flight in the EB29 with 1357 km.
Scattered over three different hubs of windgliding a total ten planes of our production were in Namibia.
Thanks to perfect weather conditions we were able to conduct many long-distance flights. As a result we could report about 220 flights of 1000 km and longer distances to the OLC. 85 of these flights were flown on types ASH25EB28 as well as EB28 and EB28 edition respectively.
Congratulations to all EB pilots on these top achievements.
Special congratulations go to:
John Bally for the triangle over a distance of 1041 km at a medium speed of 130.8 km/h flown on 22nd December with an EB28 (FAI), setting a new British record.
And Guy Bechthold for the furthest distance ever flown in Namibia of 1412 km at 144.26 km medium speed on 14th December with the ASH25EB28.