|Titre||Master of the Wave - Terry Delore|
|Année de publication||2005|
|Format||157 mm x 238 mm|
|Nombre de pages||182|
Fly with master soaring pilot Terry Delore as he speeds along the giant wave of rising air above the towering peaks of the Andes mountains in Argentina, battles for survival in a thunderstorm above his home town of Christchurch in New Zealand, and glides between the craggy cliffs of a deep gorge at night, guided by the lights of cars on the winding road below.
Master of the Wave is a full-on, thrill-a-minute, account of Delore's many adventures as he develops into one of the finest glider pilots on the planet. He was only 17-years-old when he became New Zealand's first world hang gliding champion. The New Zealand gliding ace then switched to highly sophisticated sailplanes, and has since broken 26 world gliding records, 10 of them in a remarkable partnership with world-famous American adventurer Steve Fossett.
|Où le trouver ?||Cumulus Soaring Inc. (Paul E. Remde) http://www.cumulus-soaring.com/books/|
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