Annual Mentoring


You’re about to embark on a cross-country or distance paragliding competition season. You want to prepare yourself in the best possible way and build a coherent program. You’d like to be assisted in this process.

Annual Mentoring is designed to provide you with solid support and help you take stock at the end of the season, then set objectives for the coming paragliding season.

You contact us, preferably at the end of the season, to select your coach and work out the details of the support. With him or her, you work out the practical details of the intervention and follow-up. A great deal of thought and formalization will be required.



Coaching takes place at the beginning and end of the sports year, individually, with a referent coach.

Pilot profile

You have taken part in a few distance competitions at Sport level or above. You have already flown at least a hundred hours, with cross-country flights of around 30 km.

You have your confirmed pilot’s license. You have the homologated and maintained equipment you wish to use in competition: wing, harness, instruments, reserve, helmet.


  • Initial contact, mutual introductions, expression of expectations and needs, presentation of the method: 1-hour meeting.
  • Individual feedback at the end of the season after drafting the analysis document: 1 hour 30 minutes.
  • General interview at the beginning of the season to set objectives and plan, after drafting the preparation document: 1 hour 30 minutes.
  • Interviews are held by videoconference or telephone call at convenience, or face-to-face if conditions permit.
  • Occasional exchanges to resolve specific issues are carried out by videoconference, e-mail or instant messaging.


  • Supporting the athlete
  • Being empathetic
  • Helping to take a step back
  • Providing the means for success


  • Formulation of motivations and objectives
  • Focus on performance factors
  • Identifying areas for improvement
  • Avenues of work


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