The Paralog Performance Competition web site is an online platform that allows wingsuit pilots to upload and share their flights recorded by GPS. The flight tracks can be analyzed and replayed interactively in 3D on desktop and mobile devices. Performance oriented wingsuit pilots can compare their flight performance independent from time and location in three different categories, each one stretching a different area of the flight envelope. The Paralog Performance Competition web site is also part of the FAI approved scoring and judging system for Wingsuit Performance Flying competitions.
All tracks uploaded to this site are automatically scored in the three performance categories and entered into the online ranking:
• Time: the longest freefall time for a vertical distance of 1000 m
• Distance: the greatest horizontal distance covered over a vertical distance of 1000 m
• Speed: the greatest average horizontal speed over a vertical distance of 1000 m
All tracks uploaded to this site are automatically entered into the worldwide online performance ranking. The current champions out of 13,300+ submitted tracks are:
|Time||Chris Geiler||Skydive Fyrosity||CR+, Squirrel||2017-11-03||108.5 s|
|Distance||Alexey Galda||Rochelle||CR+, Squirrel||2016-10-23||5.996 km|
|Speed||Joe Ridler||Rochelle||CR+, Squirrel||2016-10-23||374.8 km/h|
How can I Participate?
Every interested wingsuit pilot can from around the world can freely upload tracks of his flights to participate in the Online Challenges:
Competitions combine the three distinct categories time, distance and speed into a single result to negate any advantage from specific body shapes and wingsuit types to find the best overall wingsuit pilot. We have a proven track record of 14 years of supporting and developing Wingsuit Performance Flying with 120+ succesfully judged competitons and 13,300+ processed Wingsuit Performance Flights from 1100+ Wingsuit Pilots.
Since 2004, Paralog has been used to judge performance oriented wingsuit competitions using barometric freefall loggers and off-the-shelf consumer GPS. 2007 saw the first wingsuit competitions with the three distinct tasks time, distance and speed as we know them today, using off-the-shelf consumer GPS. In 2008, the Paralog Performance Competition web site added online publication of the results. In 2010, we teamed up with Bionic Avionics Inc., adding the FlySight GPS logger designed specifically for wingsuit flying to provide a tightly integrated judging solution with a seamless judging workflow from competitor registration to online publication of the results.
In 2015 the FAI/IPC adopted the rules developed by and for the Paralog Performance Competition as the official international rules for Wingsuit Performance Flying and choose Paralog and the Paralog Performance Competition web site combined with the FlySight GPS as the official judging system for FAI sanctioned world level competitions. In 2017, this 'technical innovation and vision' was awarded with the FAI Faust Vrancic Medal.
Please contact us for further details if you are interested in organising a competition.