A Cambridgeshire flight instructor is hoping to win gold at the prestigious World Air Games in Dubai next month.
David Broom, a full time flying instructor, has been flying in international competitions since 2003.
He first starting flying with his father when he eight, and got his licence when I was 17. Shortly after that he decided it was what he wanted to do for the rest of his life.
He has been based at the Sutton Meadows airfield, near Ely, for eight years.
David previously won the British championship two years in row, and he's now hoping he can become a world campaign.
He says the World Air Games are the Olympics of the flight world, where the world’s best pilots push the limits of aircraft.
Click below to watch footage of David in flight.
You can also watch the full ITV report below.