Meet Sady Sepúlveda Flores, a 32-year-old engineer in telecommunications hailing from the picturesque city of Temuco in southern Chile. Not only is Sady dedicated to his profession, but he's also a loving father to fifteen-year-old Antonia Sepulveda. Sady's remarkable journey into the world of paragliding began in 2015, inspired by a classmate from university who introduced him to the thrill of flying as a passenger. From that very moment, Sady set his sights on becoming a paragliding maestro and achieving a level of excellence unparalleled in Temuco's history. Sady's commitment and passion for paragliding have propelled him to remarkable heights. He has achieved notable victories, including a first-place finish in a Pre Paragliding World Cup in December 2019, where he soared above the competition with his paragliding Base Lite. Notably, Sady was the lone Chilean to grace the winner's podium. Paragliding has not only been a passion but also a passport to the world for Sady. His adventurous spirit has taken him to several countries, including Macedonia, Spain, Germany, Switzerland, France, Colombia, Brazil, and Argentina. In Chile, he has explored the breathtaking landscapes from Arica to Aysen, even making history by participating in the first paragliding flight of 2020, which spanned from Cerro Cordón, across the General Carrera bridge, and over the entire city from north to south, all while piloting his trusty BGD Base Lite. Sady's journey is a testament to his unwavering commitment, his adventurous spirit, and his dedication to pushing the boundaries of paragliding. Follow his soaring adventures as he continues to reach new heights and explore the skies above.