Gard Haugen

Gard Haugen

SFFL#: 49
Name: Gard Haugen
Date: December 19th, 2015
Nationality: Norwegian
Location: Eggekollen, Norway
Conditions: Good flying conditions
Ground Launching or Skiing: Ground Launching
Wing Type: Ozone Rapido 11
Weight: 70kg
Age: 20
Experience: Paragliding 5 years, Speed flying 2 years
Time on wing last used: 3 months
License (P2, P3, H2, M1, M2, etc): PP5, SPG5
Beacon/Locator/Etc (Spot, in-Reach, Recco, GPS): Unknown
Description of events as best known:
After he did one barrel roll one way he spun his glider while pulling hard to do a roll the other way. Lines got twisted and he spiralled to the ground.



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