50th anniversary - Back to 1974 !
The Swiss Hang Gliding and Paragliding Association has chosen Anzère to celebrate its 50th anniversary. It is with great pride that we are organising a “Back to 1984” competition to mark the occasion. So, if you’re looking for a great show, make a note of the date 20 January 2024 to come to Anzère.
The Swiss Hang Gliding and Paragliding Association will be taking the opportunity to hold its general meeting.
Various demonstrations, shows and aperitifs are planned to make this day a guaranteed success!
Here’s all the information you need to answer any questions you may have about the competitions and the spectators.
For further information, please do not hesitate to contact the Ecole de Parapente d’Anzère.
Schedule for the day
From 7.30am: Registration for the competition at the Anzère paragliding school for participants
8.45am to 1pm: Friendly competition
2pm: General meeting
4pm: Aperitif for all on the village square
4.30pm: Paragliding demonstration and landing on the village square
(Pas de Maimbré)
Ski landing zone
(Ski slope les Luys)
Spectator and aperitif
Schedule and participation
The competition takes place on 20 January and is open to all licensed pilots and members of the FSVL.
The first flight can be made from 8.45am and the last flight until 1pm.
Registrations can be made on the morning of the event, or by e-mail for those wishing a preferential rate on the lifts. All participants must visit the Anzère paragliding school to receive safety information and confirm their attendance before taking part in the competition. (Place du village 4 – 1972 Anzère)
Each pilot must announce himself to the race director before each take-off and, if necessary, announce whether the touch and go was successful during the previous flight.
A maximum of 3 points will be awarded for the best outfits. Fluorescent, glasses, one-piece suits... Bring out your best outfits!
Touch and Go
The final criterion for judging your skill is the famous "touch and go" in the target. Be precise!
Ranking and awards
A ranking will be established on the basis of the cumulative points obtained by each pilot in the three scoring categories of take-off, handling and touch and go.
The three categories are as follows:
6 to 9 points
Free flight legend
10 points and more
Drivers take part in the competition under their own responsibility and must comply with the safety rules and legislation in force.