Péter Besenyei - Achievements

Achievements

1982
  • Austrian National Championships – overall winner
1990
  • World Aerobatics Championships – 2nd
1993
  • Breitling Aerobatics World Cup - 3rd
1994
  • World Champion of the Compulsory Program
1995
  • European Champion Freestyle
  • European Champion of the Compulsory Program
1998
  • FAI World Grand Prix Series 1st
2000
  • World Champion Freestyle
2001
  • FAI World Grand Prix Series 1st
2003
  • Tokyo, Japan - 1st
2005
  • FAI World Series Grand Prix, Lausanne, Switzerland - 1st

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