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World Gliding Championships: Quiz

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Question 1:
  • Open Class Winner: Ray Lynskey, New Zealand; Glider: ________
    Schempp-Hirth CirrusSchempp-Hirth Nimbus-3Schempp-Hirth Nimbus-4Schempp-Hirth Discus

Question 2:
  • Standard Class Winner: Jay Rebbeck, Great Britain; Glider: ________
    Rolladen-Schneider LS1Rolladen-Schneider LS6Rolladen-Schneider LS7Rolladen-Schneider LS8

Question 3: overall 2nd: ________ (Poland), glider: MDM-1 Fox
Jerzy MakulaWorld Gliding ChampionshipsEuropean Gliding ChampionshipsAlexandr Panfierov

Question 4: 15-metre Class Winner: Gilbert Gerbaud, France; Glider: ________
Rolladen-Schneider LS1Rolladen-Schneider LS8Rolladen-Schneider LS6Rolladen-Schneider LS7

Question 5:
  • Standard Class Winner: Mark Parker, Great Britain; Glider: ________
    Rolladen-Schneider LS8Rolladen-Schneider LS6Rolladen-Schneider LS7Rolladen-Schneider LS1

Question 6: overall 3rd: ________ (Poland), glider: Solo-Fox
World Gliding ChampionshipsJerzy MakulaAlexandr PanfierovEuropean Gliding Championships

Question 7: The World Gliding Championships is a gliding competition held every two years or so by the ________.
Glider (sailplane)Fédération Aéronautique InternationaleFAI Gliding CommissionGlider Competition Classes

Question 8: 15-metre Class Winner: Doug Jacobs, United States of America; Glider: ________
Rolladen-Schneider LS1Rolladen-Schneider LS6Rolladen-Schneider LS8Rolladen-Schneider LS7

Question 9: 1960 ________/Köln, West Germany
BremenCologneHamburgDortmund

Question 10: Gliding had been a demonstration sport at the ________ and was due to become an official Olympic sport in the Helsinki Games in 1940.
1936 Summer OlympicsBaseball at the 1936 Summer OlympicsOlympic GamesSummer Olympic Games







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