FAI Free Flight World Cup 2015


Report of the FAI Jury on Centennial Cup 2015

Last update of this page: 28 March 2016
CompetitionCentennial Cup
F1A, B, C/P, Q, F1A Jr., F1B Jr. F1P Jr.
FAI Jury members

1. Chuck Etherington (Head)

2. Mel Gray, USA

3. John Berryman, USA

Advance information

Contest advertisement issued five months prior and published on the MMM Club website and club newsletter, mailed to potential contestants via post office and email, and handed out at national contests.
Advertised on Scat Electronic News (SEN).

Schedule of competition

11 July 2015, 7 rounds

Duration of rounds

1 hours for the first 5 rounds each day (to accommodate those also flying the FAI mini events) and 1 hour rounds thereafter.

Breaks between rounds

None scheduled

Maximum durations in each round

180 Seconds

Interruptions and delays


Weather and visibility

Winds 1-4 MPS
Visibility unlimited

Flight line - changes of position

None. Flight lines were established on the north & south sides of the parking area but switching from one side to the other caused no delays.

Number of starting poles


Number of competitors per pole


Local rules or deviations from Sporting Code

Flights were required to be made from the flight line but fixed pole positions were not used.

Observations on timekeeping

Timekeepers were experienced and had proper equipment. No timekeeper problems presented.

Prize-giving and issue of results - confirm organisers provide results with full names, nationalities and number of juniors

Plaques were presented as prizes.
Results sent as a separate file.

Any incident or accident




[Aeromodelling Commission] - [Results of Centennial Cup]
[FF World Cup rules 2015] - [FF World Cup report 2015] - [FF World Cup results 2015]

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