The Spring showers started watering the valley and everything bloomed:
Spring has sprung!
And just like the birds in the nests, our first beginners students hatched out, shook off the leftover eggshells and quickly took to the skies.
Spring has sprung in the Northern hemisphere.
In the mean time in the land down under Ivelin Kalushkov sets another Bulgarian national record of speed over 300 km FAI traingle in 15 and 18 m class.
It seemed that the summer didn't wanted to end this year.
October provided the perfect conditions for training and amazingly even samall cross country flying for the eager flocks of new birds that joined us in the beginners and intermediate courses.
More than 20 students took to the skies and discovered the beautiful new world of paragliding.
Despite the uncooperative weather we've managed again to fill up the month with lots of flyign and smiling faces.
7 more young birds took to the skies with the last Beginners course for the Spring season and lots of happy faces finished the 2 Intermediate courses in the beginning of the month.
April left us with some really hot days and fair weather.
May was expected to be rainy but prooved to be quite pleasent despite the bad forecasts.
10 new beginners took to the skies and made us all very proud with their quick progress:
Altough the weather is warming up winter is still not gone and likes to remind us of that.
The first batch of beginners had a fairly wet week o training but all managed to finish their beginners course happy.
In the mean time Ivo is enjoying the beautiful and rather hot summer in Australia
The first weeks of September we had a few events in Sopot - with the Bulgarian National Championships taking place in the first week and the "Airheads" festival in the second.
Ivelin Kalushkov managed to score 4-th place in the national rankings and 7-th place overall.
With the hardcore weather left in August we resumed training courses in September, and we were no short of enthusiasts wanting to take to the skies.
The season begins with our first groups of beginner paragliding students taking to the sky.