Glider Aerobatics
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Many people do not realize that sailplanes - even though they have no engines - are capable of aerobatic maneuvers.

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Gliders or Sailplanes are heavier-than-air aircraft primarily intended for unpowered flight. The design of these airplanes enables them to climb using rising air and then to glide for long distances before finding the next source of lift. This has created the sport of gliding, or soaring.
Another - less widespread - form of gliding is aerobatics. Gliders have been developed specifically for this type of competition, though most gliders can perform simpler aerobatic maneuvers such as loops and chandelles. Aerobatic gliders usually have stronger and shorter wings than the gliders that are used in cross-country racing to withstand the high g-forces that are experienced in some maneuvers.
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