Italian TOC Champion: Alexander Balzer

May 30, 2012 No Comments by

Flying a Hangar 3.1m  Sukhoi SU-26MM powered by a Desert Aircraft DA200 and using a Futaba T14MZ transmitter, Austrian Alexander Balzer has won the Italian Tournament of Champions. Roger Forgues writes, “The Italian TOC took place in the superb Argentario Polo Club’s field. The flying area is a huge lawn. The club house has all the comforts. The Argentario Polo Club was founded in the early ’80s by a group of enthusiastic polo players from different Italian cities and overseas countries to achieve the dream of playing Polo in a wonderful location like Monte Argentario, renowned for its natural beauty and the jet-set that attend it. The Club is located on the  plain of the promontory, between olive groves and vineyards, surrounded by hills and in front of the lagoon of Orbetello. This year there were 22 competitors from 8 countries, and was a total success.”

 

Debra Cleghorn, Featured News

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