So the rain persisted through the night and into the morning. As expected the last day is cancelled and prize giving is at 10am.
I admit I was here to enjoy the scenery and Italian hospitality with the hope of a top thirty finish. That would maintain my national ranking with a view to an option to attend the World Championships west of Gemona next year.
Finishing in the top ten was an unexpected bonus albeit two task only. Russel managed top thirty so it was mission accomplished for the part-time South African world cup paragliding team!
A huge cheer for the victors AndreasM, YuriV, and HermanP. They showed us how to do it!
If you have never been to Italy I would recommend it very highly.
The Italian Dolomites remain high on my flying bucket list. We drove toward that part on a non-flying day and I could feel the butterflies of anticipation jumping around excitedly at the prospect of flying in that magical place.
I will write more about the world cup and my impression of gliders once I am home.