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euroglide 2014

Team reports
CS Author L,P,V
YYY Peter Pan
YYY Peter Pan
Euroglide 2014 June 23 - July 5
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Euroglide 2014 itinerary
euroglide 2012

Team reports
CS Author L,P,V
YYY Peter Pan
YYY Peter Pan
Euroglide 2012 June 18 - June 30
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Euroglide 2012 itinerary
euroglide 2010

Team reports
CS Author L,P,V
E12 Team E12
SAL Team SAL
YE Paula Maljaars
JB Bart van Stratum
M3 Jeroen Beeke, John de Kanter
LA Ruud Holswilder
FND Team FND - deadlink
XLT Jurgen Fransen, Han Teunissen
NV Team NV
MD Max Dolfin, Leo Simons
LL Team LL
RW Evert Fekkes
DX Bas Krebbers
JOY Lutz Volker Benner
YD Harry Groenewegen and Niek van Dillen
NL Team NL
Euroglide 2010 June 21 - July 3
Total 2328 km starting in Eindhoven the Netherlands through Germany, Switserland and France, back to "Axel" in The Netherlands. Good gliding conditions remained during the first few days, although not always perfect. On the 4th day, 2 motorgliders and a turbo finished on Axel, matching the Pamela and Gerrit Kurstjens "4 day" record of edition 2002. This Euroglide had a very positive atmosphere and indeed is a record breaking edition: 56 participating teams of which 95% completed the task.

Euroglide 2010 itinerary
XX Anton Poortman
ZCR Team ZCR
INO Stephan Kollaart
HI Team HI
LB1 Lukas Benedikt
euroglide 2008

Team reports
CS Author L,P,V
- Jurgen Franssen
LX Andreas Kath
E12 Mark den Besten
VC Christian Schols
M3  
MCT  
NL  
NR  
XX Anton Poortman
SH Hans Makkee
42 Maarten Robben
DX  
FND  
EH Han Teunissen
W1 Maarten Baltussen
HI  
JB Bart van Stratum
VIN Henk Leegwater
Euroglide 2008 June 23 - July 5
This time Euroglide revisited the Czech republic, by "rounding Praha". On day 8, 27! teams finished on Malden (the Netherlands), followed by 10 teams on the two successive days. Only two minutes separated number one and two in the Motor class. On average, weather conditions were good to excellent and (again) this edition supercedes its predecessors: 33 of the 41 teams (80%) finished the race according to regulations.

Euroglide 2008 itinerary
euroglide 2006

Team reports
CS Author L,P,V
DM Jac. van Stratum
DM Jac. van Stratum
DM Jac. van Stratum
SH Rory O'Connor
NR Luc weber
NR Sicco Gillebaard
RW Evert Fekkes
RW Evert Fekkes
RW Evert Fekkes
DL Irene van der Zwan en Marianne Looisen
M3 Joost van Veelen
PS Paul Schepers
YYY Martin Grim
7L
XX Anton Poortman
MCT
Euroglide 2006 June 12 - June 24
The 2006 edition of the Euroglide had all aspects of a genuine gliding race. The weather ranged from excellent to dry convection with a low base and days with developing thunderstorms. Two new records: 40 participating teams and the 60% of the teams were able to finish the race according to the rules.

Euroglide 2006 itinerary
euroglide 2004

Team reports
CS Author L,P,V
3T Peter Batenburg
494 Paul Garnham
7L Mark de Jonge
104 George Metcalfe
EH Put
BS Mark Perlot
NJ Martijn van Maanen
MD Max Dolfin
MD Leo Simons
BT Team BT
HI Team HI
LV Team LV
n/a Edwin van Gompel
A6 to be published
FY to be published
TU to be published
Euroglide 2004 June 28 - July 10
For the first time in its history, Euroglide did not pass through France, but mainly through Germany. A record number of 38 teams accepted the challenge. Perfect weather on the first two days enabled most teams to cross 800 km. Thereafter, each km had to be struggled for. 13 teams made it back to Eindhoven and many others had less than 200 km to go on the final day of competition.

Euroglide 2004 itinerary
euroglide 2002

Team reports
CS Author L,P,V
EH Put
YB Marco Donders
YZ Winfried Kuter
DP Sjack Verspay
DM Bart van Stratum (deadlink)
ET Peter Teunisse
M1 Marc Justus
M1 JP Beeke
MD Leo Simons
MD Max Dolfin
SM Martin Smit
PM VW Pamela Kurstjens
D2 Chris van der Meulen and Joeri Bierings
MCC Han Teunissen
494 Paul Garnham
Euroglide 2002 June 24 - July 6
A polygon with turnpoints in France, the south and center of Germany had to be flown. In total 28 gliders took off from Eindhoven Airport on June 24. The first 4 days, the weather was superb and the first teams already completed the trip!. In the second week a consistent train of cloud and rain-areas from the west pinned down 6 teams.

Euroglide 2002 itinerary
euroglide 2000

Team reports
CS Author L,P,V
494 Paul Garnham
618 Diana King
SW Max Dolfin
EH Han Teunissen
GY Joeri Bierings and Chris van der Meulen
- Unknown
Euroglide 2000 June 12 - June 24
For the first time in the Euroglide history, it was decided to go to the east first. Almost half of the 30 participating teams were able to complete the full task of 2125 km: Eindhoven (NL), Lusse (GER), Issoudun (FR), Dahlemer Binz (GER), Eindhoven.

Euroglide 2000 itinerary
euroglide 1998

Team reports
CS Author L,P,V
SW Max Dolfin
EH Ton de Kort
- Unknown
Euroglide 1998 June 18 - June 28
We decided to prolong the succes of the Super Triangle and chose not to go that far south into France, but more to the east instead. Turnpoints: Pont sur Yonne (France) and Roudnice nad Labem (Czech Republik). 18 participating teams

Euroglide 1998 itinerary
euroglide 1996

Team reports
CS Author L,P,V
XT Karel Termaat
Euroglide 1996 July 18 - July 28
Unlike the previous two editions, the task of the 1996 edition was a Super Triangle. We chose the turnpoints Angouleme in France and Wasserkuppe in Germany. 14 teams participated

Euroglide 1996 itinerary
euroglide 1994

Team reports
CS Author L,P,V
- Unknown
WE Han Teunissen
Euroglide 1994 June 24 - July 3
The task was the same as the year before: an out and return to Nogaro, in the south of France. 15 teams accepted the challenge.

Euroglide 1994 itinerary
euroglide 1993

Team reports
CS Author L,P,V
WE Han Teunissen
Euroglide 1993 June 12 - June 20
The first Euroglide was sponsored by IBM. The task was an out and return to Nogaro, an airfield at the foot of the Pyrenees. 21 teams participated.

Euroglide 1993 itinerary