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4 SPEED

Will run over 3 days from 31 Jan to 2 Feb. 3 rounds per day.

This is a speed discipline in which 4 competitors fly as a team.

The 3 obligatory moves, which must be performed 3 times in each flying routine are decided before the competition, in a draw.

The flyers must perform these moves in the shortest possible time and without accruing penalties.

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Live TV schedule

Thursday 30th

14:15 Qualifications (Rounds 1-2)

Friday 31st

15:15 Qualifications (Rounds 3-4)

Saturday, 1st

13:38 Semifinal battles
15:48 Finals + 3rd and 4th

Commentators

Regan Tetlow

Regan Tetlow Main - Commentator

Regan began his presenting career right here in Empuriabrava with the king of swoop 2005. He presented the first Windgames in 2014 and now travels the world as an airsports presenter, skydiver and actor.

Emma Scrivener

Emma Scrivener - 2WD & Speed Races Commentator

Emma has been in the sport ten years, she was previously a competitor in 2 Way Dynamic. She has loved commentating at many international competitions and she is now enjoying the challenge of being a new mum and running a Sports Therapy business!

Teams participating in this discipline

4 Speed explained

Judges

Emma Scrivener

Adam Mattacola

Chief judge speed events. He was British National Freefly champion on Volare and was one of the originators of dynamic flying. From the first Wind Games in 2014, he has been one of the Wind Games' main collaborators with help in running existing disciplines and setting up new disciplines , particularly with 2DW and solo speed.

Radek Meduna

Radek Meduna

He has represented the Czech Rpublic many times in 2DW and 4DW winning medals at World competitions. He was a professional tunnel instructor and is now a coach. This will be his second time as chief judge of 2DW at the Wind Games.

Anna Baddorf

Anna Baddorf

from Austria. She has competed many times at the Wind Games on the 2DW team, Airspace Dynamight and this is her first time attending as a judge.

Honza Turek

Honza Turek

from Czech Republic. He is been competing for a long time representing the Czech Republic on the world stage and also in several dynamic disciplines at past Wind Games. He is the Chief instructor at Hurricane Factory Prague.

Joel O'Donoghue

Joel O'Donoghue

from the Uk, he works at Sirius Sport in Finland. This will be his second time judging at the Wind Games.

Josh O'Donoghue

Josh O'Donoghue

from the UK. He is a long time tunnel instructor, coach and competitor, he is currently the British Indoor 2DW champion. Due to an injury, he is unable to compete at this years' Wind Games and will judge instead., He has swapped roles with Alex Gonzalez, who will now take his place on some of the dynamic teams.

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