A hang-glider pilot who was injured Sunday near Point of the Mountain remained hospitalized in good condition Monday morning in University Hospital.

The Utah County sheriff's office would not release the 34-year-old man's name Monday morning, but a hospital spokesman identified him as Ronald Schaffer, address unknown.Deputy Sheriff Dan Curtis said the man was attempting to land his glider on the south side of the mountain about 12:15 p.m. when the craft stalled about 20 feet from the ground and a gust of wind turned the nose into the ground. The man was dragged about 40 feet along the ground, and he became tangled in the glider's cables.

Suffering head cuts and possible neck and back injuries, the man was flown by Air Med to the hospital.