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Ozone wings beat 3 World records in 2014!

December 4, 2014

A 123,18 km paramotor flight on October 6th last year by Mark Morgan of Sussex Paramotors has been confirmed as a World and UK tandem paramotor distance record with limited fuel. Mark flew his Bailey V5 and Ozone MagMax 41 from West Sussex to Camber Sands on just 7,5 kg (aprox 10 liters) of fuel, with Micheal Stevenson as the passenger (Direct link here).
Anther record attempt flight was done only recently, at the end of November 2014. Mark Morgan flew his new Viper 3 and beat the current world record to climb to a height of 3000 m with time result of 18 min 53 sec (the previous record was 22 min 10 sec). This record attempt was received by FAI but is still pending ratification. (Direct link here)

During this years World Paramotor Championships, Ryszard Zygadlo and Barbara Grzegorczyk from Poland (current World Champions in tandem foot launch class) established a new World Record in the slalom circuit – Japanese slalom – with the result of 70,4 sec. The couple flew an Ozone Speedster 33 (Direct link here). This record claim is still pending ratification.

Congratulations to the pilots and cheers from all the Ozone Team

FAI web site with current World Records here