FAI World Aerobatic Championships

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The FAI World Aerobatic Championships (WAC) is a competition in sport aviation organized by the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale, the world air sports federation.

The WAC was formed in 1960, replacing the freestyle Lockheed Trophy contests.

Winners Aresti Cup[edit]

FAI WAC Year Location Unlimited winner Aerobatic aircraft Freestyle Winner Aerobatic aircraft
27th 2013 North Texas, United States Flag of France.svg Francois Le Vot Extra EA 330SC Flag of the United States.svgRobert Holland MXS
26th[1] 2011 Foligno, Italy Flag of Russia.svg Mikhail Mamistov Su-26M3 Flag of the United States.svgRobert Holland MXS
25th[2] 2009 Silverstone, United Kingdom Flag of France.svg Renaud Ecalle Extra EA 330SC Flag of France.svgRenaud Ecalle E330SC
24th[3] 2007 Granada, Spain Flag of Spain.svg Ramón Alonso Su-31 Flag of the United States.svgZach Heffley Su 26
23rd[4] 2005 Burgos, Spain Flag of Russia.svg Sergey Rakhmanin Su 26 M3 Flag of Germany.svg Klaus Schrodt Extra 330 XS
22nd[5] 2003 Lakeland, Florida, United States Flag of Russia.svg Sergey Rakhmanin Su 31 - -
21st[6] 2001 Burgos, Spain Flag of Russia.svg Mikhail Mamistov Su-31 Flag of Germany.svg Klaus Schrodt Extra 330 XS
20th[7] 2000 Muret, France Flag of France.svgEric Vazeille CAP 232 - -
19th[8] 1998 Trenčín, Slovakia Flag of France.svg Patrick Paris CAP 232 Flag of France.svgDominique Roland CAP 232
18th[9] 1996 Oklahoma City, United States Flag of Russia.svg Victor Chmal Su 26 Flag of France.svg Patrick Paris CAP 232
17th[10] 1994 Debrecen, Hungary Flag of France.svg Xavier de Lapparent CAP 231EX Flag of Lithuania.svg Jurgis Kairys Su-31
16th[11] 1992 Le Havre, France Competition not held - - -
15th[12] 1990 Yverdon, Switzerland Flag of France.svg Claude Bessiere CAP 231 Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Yurgis Kairis Su 26M
14th[13] 1988 Red Deer, Canada Flag of the United States.svg Henry Haigh Super Star Flag of France.svg Patrick Paris CAP 230
FAI WAC Year Location Winner Country Aerobatic aircraft
13th[14] 1986 South Cerney, United Kingdom Petr Jirmus Flag of Czechoslovakia.svgCzechoslovakia Z-50 LS
12th[15] 1984 Békéscsaba, Hungary Petr Jirmus Flag of Czechoslovakia.svgCzechoslovakia Z-50 LS
11th[16] 1982 Spitzerberg, Austria Victor Smolin Flag of the Soviet Union.svgUSSR Yak 50
10th[17] 1980 Oshkosh, United States Leo Loudenslager Flag of the United States.svgUnited States Laser Z-200
9th[18] 1978 Ceské Budejovice, Czechoslovakia Ivan Tucek Flag of Czechoslovakia.svgCzechoslovakia Z-50 L
8th[19] 1976 Kiev, USSR Victor Letsko Flag of the Soviet Union.svgUSSR Yak 50
- 1974 No disputado - - -
7th[20] 1972 Salon de Provence, France Charlie Hillard Flag of the United States.svgUnited States Pitts S-1S 200
6th[21] 1970 Hullavington, United Kingdom Igor Egorov Flag of the Soviet Union.svgUSSR Yak-18PM
5th[22] 1968 Magdeburg, East Germany Erwin Bläske Flag of East Germany.svgEast Germany Z526A
4th[23] 1966 Moscú, USSR Vladimir Martemianov Flag of the Soviet Union.svg USSR Yak-18PM
3rd[24] 1964 Bilbao, Spain Tomás Castaño Flag of Spain.svgSpain Zlin Z326 TM
2nd[25] 1962 Budapest, Hungary Josef Tóth Flag of Hungary.svgHungary Z-226T
1st[26] 1960 Bratislava, Czechoslovakia Ladislav Bezák Flag of Czechoslovakia.svgCzechoslovakia Zlin 226A

Winners by teams[edit]

FAI WAC Year Location Team winner Country
27th 2013 North Texas, USA Francois Le Vot, Olivier Masurel, Francois Rallet Flag of France.svgFrance
26th 2011 Foligno, Italy Mikhail Mamistov, Oleg Shpolyanskiy, Svetlana Kapanina Flag of Russia.svgRussia
25th 2009 Silverstone, United Kingdom Renaud Ecalle, François Le Vot, Pierre Varloteaux Flag of France.svgFrance
24th 2007[27] Burgos, Spain Renaud Ecalle, Olivier Masurel, Matthieu Roulet Flag of France.svgFrance
23rd 2005 Burgos, Spain Sergey Rakhmanin, Oleg Shpolyanskiy, Svetlana Kapanina Flag of Russia.svgRussia
22nd 2003 Lakeland, Florida, United States Sergey Rakhmanin, Svetlana Kapanina,Alexandre Krotov Flag of Russia.svgRussia
21st 2001 Burgos, Spain Mikhail Mamistov, Oleg Shpolyanskiy, Svetlana Kapanina Flag of Russia.svgRussia
20th 2000 Muret, France Eric Vazeille, Eddy Dussau, Catherine Maunoury Flag of France.svgFrance
19th 1998 Trenčín, Slovakia Nicolai Timofeev, Svetlana Kapanina, Victor Chmal Flag of Russia.svgRussia
18th 1996 Oklahoma City, United States Viktor Chmal, Nicolai Timofeev, Svetlana Kapanina Flag of Russia.svgRussia
17th 1994 Debrecen, Hungary Xavier De Lapparent, Patrick Paris, Dominique Roland Flag of France.svgFrance
16th 1992 Le Havre, France Competition not completed because of the time -
15th 1990 Yverdon, Switzerland Claude Bessiere, Patrick Paris, Jean-Paul Mondiere Flag of France.svgFrance
14th 1988 Red Deer, Canada Henry Haigh, Kermit Weeks, Clint McHenry Flag of the United States.svgUnited States
13th 1986 South Cerney, United Kingdom Victor Smolin, Nikolai Nikitiuk, Sergei Boriak Flag of the Soviet Union.svgUSSR
12th 1984 Békéscsaba, Hungary Kermit Weeks, Henry Haigh, Alan Bush Flag of the United States.svgUnited States
11th 1982 Spitzerberg, Austria Viktor Smolin, Nikolai Nikitiuk, Yurgis Kairis Flag of the Soviet Union.svgUSSR
10th 1980 Oshkosh, United States Leo Loudenslager, Henry Haigh, Kermit Weeks Flag of the United States.svgUnited States
9th 1978 Ceské Budejovice, Czechoslovakia Ivan Tucek, Jirí Pospísil, Daniel Polonec Flag of Czechoslovakia.svgCzechoslovakia
8th 1976 Kiev, USSR Leo Loudenslager, Henry Haigh, Kermit Weeks Flag of the United States.svg
7th 1972 Salon de Provence, France Charles Hillard, Gene Soucy, Tom Poberezny Flag of the United States.svgUnited States
6th 1970 Hullavington, United Kingdom Svetlana Savitskaya, Zinaida Lizunova, Lidia Leonova Flag of the Soviet Union.svgUSSR
5th 1968 Magdeburg, East Germany Erwin Bläske, Monika Schösser (Fleck), Peter Kahle Flag of East Germany.svgEast Germany
4th 1966 Moscow, USSR Vladimir Piskunov, Vadim Ovsyankin, Vitold Pochernin Flag of the Soviet Union.svgUSSR
3rd 1964 Bilbao, Spain Ladislav Bezák, Ladislav Trebatický, Frantisek Skácelík Flag of Czechoslovakia.svgCzechoslovakia
2nd 1962 Budapest, Hungary József Tóth, Sándor Katona, Péter Fejes Flag of Hungary.svgHungary
1st 1960 Bratislava, Czechoslovakia Ladislav Bezák, Jirí Bláha, Frantisek Skácelík Flag of Czechoslovakia.svgCzechoslovakia

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