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British Success at FAI World Air Games

British Success at FAI World Air Games

It's all over for the Microlight Trikes event at the FAI World Air Games in Dubai and the news could not be any better for British microlighting. It's a clean sweep for Team GB:

1) David BROOM
3) Rees KEENE

and we even secured fourth place with Mark Fowler.  Rob Keene finished 6th and Chris Saysell 8th out of a field of 22 of the best pilots in the world.

Congratulations to everyone involved; from the team of British marshals and judges, Event Director Rob Grimwood, Jury President Rob Hughes and all of the British pilots. Supported by the BMAA, these BMAA members designed, created and delivered a highly successful event... which was won by BMAA members too!

Rob Hughes

[picture left to right: Reese Keene, David Broom, Paul Dewhurst and Mark Fowler]
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