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InfoWatch Continues to Support World Aerobatic Champion Mikhail Mamistov

InfoWatch Group has announced the renewal of the sponsorship agreement with Mikhail Mamistov, a Russian powered and glider aerobatic pilot and all-around world champion listed in both the Guinness Book of World Records and the Russian Book of Records, Honored Master of Sports of Russia, instructor pilot of Sukhoi company, and a member of the Russian national aerobatics team. As per the agreement, InfoWatch will support Mikhail’s preparation as part of the national team for the European Aerobatic Championship in the highest complexity category (Unlimited) to be held in September 2018 in the Czech Republic.

Thus, the company will sponsor the athlete’s entire preparation cycle, including training sessions on airfields closely resembling the championship venue.

“Mikhail Mamistov’s astonishing achievements at international competitions prove his commitment, enthusiasm, constant self-improvement, attention to detail, motivation, and focus on results. These are crucial qualities for both professional sports and high-tech businesses,” said Alexey Nagorny, CEO, JSC InfoWatch. “We are happy that Mikhail will be defending his European Champion title on the InfoWatch-branded plane. We wish our great athlete new victories and a clear sky!”

In 2017, Mikhail Mamistov, supported by InfoWatch Group, won the 29th FAI World Aerobatic Championship in the Republic of South Africa and thus became the most decorated pilot in the history of aerobatics competitions in the Unlimited category, with his achievements recognized in both the Guinness Book of World Records and the Russian Book of Records.

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Competition aerobatics is the most fascinating and popular airplane sport in which pilots perform aerobatic flying.

Mikhail Mamistov is the only pilot in the history of plane aerobatics to become three times all-around world and five times all-around European champion, as well as a two-time all-round winner of the world title in glider aerobatics and all-round European champion in the same category. In addition, he took the first prizes at the World Air Games (gliders in 1997 and planes in 2001), won three Aresti Cups (top aerobatics award), and became an eleven-time all-around champion of Russia. In total, Mikhail holds 49 gold, 34 silver, and 15 bronze medals of the world and European championships and World Air Games (both airplanes and gliders).

Mikhail Mamistov’s page on the website of the World Air Sports Federation (Fédération aéronautique internationale (FAI). Mikhail’s page on the website of the Russian Air Sports Federation.
Video about Mikhail’s participation in the 2015 FAI World Aerobatic Championship.