Wind Games 2017 Highlights Day 2
Let’s take look back to this amazing competition
The Wind Games 2017 were held 3-4 February 2017, and had a similar format to the previous editions. Windoor honoured the traditional events of Formation Skydiving (FS), Vertical Formation Skydiving (VFS) as well as continuing to innovate with the newer disciplines of 2 and 4 Way Dynamic (2WD/4WD) and Freestyle. Speed Solo was introduced for the first time and it was a smashing success for the audencie and the media.
See also Wind Games 2017 Highlights Day 1[dt_gap height=”20″ /]
“Come to fly with us at the friendliest indoor skydiving tunnel in Europe. At Indoor Skydiving Windoor you can tunnel fly and enjoy the great food and weather that the prestige Costa Brava Spain has to offer. Also just steps from the wind tunnel there is Skydive Empuriabrava.” Words by Windoor[dt_gap height=”10″ /] [dt_gap height=”20″ /]
Empuriabrava (Spanish: Ampuriabrava) is a community in the municipality of Castelló d’Empúries, in the Alt Empordà (Costa Brava, province of Girona, Catalonia, Spain). It is located in the Gulf of Roses, surrounded by the Natural Park of the Aiguamolls de l’Empordà, and is the largest residential marina in Europe, with some 24 km of navigable waterways.
Originally built on a swamp, Empuriabrava was transformed into a tourist community, initially planned in 1964 and completed in 1975. The town has more than 40 km of canals and a seasonal, summer population of around 80,000. The Greco-Roman acropolis of Sant Martí d’Empúries is nearby.
Its aerodrome (ICAO-code LEAP), immediately to the north of the town, offers a variety of air sports with services for all levels of skydiving: Skydive Empuriabrava is the center with the most skydiving jumps across Europe.[dt_gap height=”20″ /]
Last updated on 20 Feb 2017