Georgij Kaminski

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Georgij Kaminski at the MAKS 2013

Georgij Kaminski – Soviet and Russian pilot. Absolute champion in FAI World Glider Aerobatic Championships in 2005, 2007 and 2009. Becomes world vice-champion Gliding Aerobatics pilot in 2013. Won multiple world and Europe championships. Master of sports (MSMK), honored coach of Russian team. Part of the Russian Gliding Aerobatics team.

Biography[edit]

Finished school #22 in Minsk, and then “Volchansk specialized school” in 1980. The same year was accepted to “Serpuhovsk aviation club” becoming instructor pilot. In 1982 was awarded Master of Sports of the USSR. After successful performance on RSFSR championship, invited to USSR national aerobatics team.

From 1987 to 1991 coach of USSR national aerobatics team.

From 1993 member of Russia Glider Aerobatics team. Since 1995 Pasechnik O.V. had been leading Russian Glider Aerobatics team, but after his death, team was led by Nikituk N.A.

In 2014 Georgij is elected member of FAI Aerobatics Commission (CIVA).

As of 2014 working as pilot instructor on Yak-52 in “Serpuhovsk aviation club”, deputy head of “ASK flight training”. As of 2015 Georgij’s total flying hours on various types of aircraft has been 7204 hours, including 600 hours on Swift S-1 aerobatics glider.

Sports Achievements[edit]

2014 – Bronze medalist in the World Aerobatic Glider Championship (WAGAC 2014)

2013 – Silver medalist in the World Aerobatic Glider Championship

2009 – Absolute Champion in the World Aerobatic Glider Championship

2007 – Absolute Champion in the World Aerobatic Glider Championship

2005 – Absolute Champion in the World Aerobatic Glider Championship

1999 – Russia champion in aeroplanes

1997 – Holder of first Cup “To the best Yak planes pilot in Russian championship”

1997 – Champion of the first world aviation games (which were conducted parallel with 1997 world championship)

1997 – Team champion in World Glider Championship in team scoring.

1988 – USSR champion in aeroplanes

1986 – USSR champion in aeroplanes

Titles and Awards[edit]

Medal of the Order "For Merit to the Fatherland"

Internationally recognized Master of Sports

Breastplate for “Excellence in Physical Culture and Sports”

Honored coach, Russia

Demonstration flight on the 90th anniversary of the gliding sport of Russia

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