FAI World Hang Gliding Class 2 and 5
 

In 1976, the 2 Classes are "Standard" (that will evolve in Class 1) and "Grand Allongement" (High Aspect Ratio, that will evolve in Class 2).

From 1979 to 1999, there is only Class 2. After, Class 2 and 5 are separated.

 

2017 Aspres-sur-Buëch (France)

Class 2

1st: Manfred Ruhmer (Austria) – 2nd: Jacques Bott    (FRA) - 3d: Franz Pacheiner    (AUT)

 

2014 Annecy (France)

Class 2

1st: Manfred Ruhmer (Austria) – 2nd: Andy Hediger (Argentina) - 3rd: Steve Cox (Switzerland)

 

2010 Tegelberg (Germany)

Class 2

1st: Manfred Ruhmer (Austria) – 2nd: Steve Cox (Switzerland) – 3rd: Bob Baier (Germany)

2008 Sigilio (Italia)

Class 5

1st: Manfred Ruhmer (Austria) – 2nd: Steve Cox (Switzerland) – 3rd: Brian Porter (USA)

2006 Groveland, Florida (USA)

Class 2

1st: Manfred Ruhmer (Austria) – 2nd: Robin Hamilton (Great Britain) – 3rd: Brian Porter (USA)

2004 Greifenburg-Berg (Austria)

Class 2

1st: Manfred Ruhmer (Austria) – 2nd: Brian Porter (USA) – 3rd: Bob Baier (Germany)

2002 Chelan Butte (USA)

Class 2

1st: Manfred Ruhmer (Austria) – 2nd: Robin Hamilton (Great Britain) – 3rd: Brian Porter (USA)

 

1999 Monte Cucco (Italy)

 

1st: Christof Kratzner (Germany) - 2nd: Johnny Carr (Great Britain) - 3rd: Hansjoerg Truttmann (Switzerland)

1995 Ager (Spain)

1st: Brian Porter (USA) - 2nd: Noël Bertrand (France) - 3rd: André Hediger (Switzerland)

1981 Beppu (Japon)

1st: G Bird (New Zeland) - 2nd: W Lussi (Switzerland) - 3rd: H Poscher (Austria)

Team - 1st: Germany

1979 Grenoble (France)

Rex Miller 1979

1st: Rex Miller (USA) - 2nd: W Hartl (Austria) - 3rd: Hans Olschewsky (Germany)

Team - 1st: Switzerland - 2nd: USA - 3rd: Germany

1976 Kössen (Austria)

Class 2 (High Aspect ratio)

1st: Delore Terry (New Zeland) - 2nd: Kupchanko Dean (Canada) - 3rd: Moyes Steve (Australia)