International Skydiving Museum & Hall of Fame Vice-President and a member of the International Skydiving Hall of Fame (2017), Graeme Windsor, has been elected to the Executive Board of the FAI for a two-year term.

Graeme, who holds an Advanced Diploma from the Australian Institute of Company Directors, served as President of the FAI Skydiving Commission from 2007 to 2016 and was also President of the Air Sport General Commission (CASI) for 5 years. He is currently Treasurer of the Air Sport Australia Confederation which serves as Australia’s link to the FAI.

Graeme started his skydiving career in October 1968 in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. He remains an active jumper and has participated in many FAI Championships, winning a Bronze Medal in 1982 at the World Championships in Lucenec, Slovakia. He was a central part of the organisation of the 2018 World Championships held on the beautiful Gold Coast Queensland. 

Graeme joins a new FAI Executive Board under the Presidency of David Monks, 53, from the United Kingdom. David, who has been very active within FAI, serving as President of the FAI Rotorcraft Commission, since 2009, is also Chairman of the Royal Aero Club of the UK.

Reacting to his election, Graeme said: “I'm looking forward to being part of a newly elected FAI Executive Board with a united vision for a successful future for FAI, and responding positively to the current challenges facing FAI.”