The World Air Games (WAG)

The World Air Games (WAG) are an international competition of multi-discipline air sports. The event is organized by the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (World Air Sports Federation - FAI), and held once every four years.

The first World Air Games were held in 1997 in Selçuk, Turkey. More than 3000 participants from 60 countries took part in 16 different championship categories at 7 different locations.

Events include skydiving, glider aerobatics, ballooning, gyrocopters, hang gliding, helicopters, micro-lights, experimental aircraft and para-motors.

Since the first event in 1997, there have been World Air Games events held in 2001, 2009 and 2015. The 2005 event was canceled, as was an event planned for 2011.

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