FAI Free Flight World Cup 2017


Report of the FAI Jury on Trofeo Gar Rovereto 2017

Last update of this page: 19 June 2017
CompetitionWorld Cup F1E „2° Trofeo GAR Rovereto“- June 10th 2017.
Monti Lessini – Bosco Chiesanuova - ITALY - 1650 m a.s.l.
FAI Jury members

1. Giorgio Venuti (ITA)

2. Pierre Chaussebourg (FRA)

3. Tomazzoni Maurizio (ITA)

Advance information

Sent via e-mail to most of participant.

Schedule of competition

June 9th: practice on slope at Lessini Mounts. Registration at Frizzolan Hotel (Bosco Chiesanuova).
June 10th (h 8, 30’) follows registration
Competition start h. 10.-
Contest Manager Paolo Vettorazzo

Duration of rounds

75 min

Breaks between rounds

15 min break between rounds

Maximum durations in each round

180 sec round 1; 240 sec round 2-3-4-5

Interruptions and delays


Weather and visibility

Partial cloudy during early morning, sunny rest of the day. Temp. 15-25 °C.
Visibility good.
Wind 0-2 m/s (round 1 & 2), 2-7 m/s (round 3-4-5 & fly-off)

Flight line - changes of position

Start line against the wind without changes.
Fly-off in lower position on the slope.

Number of starting poles

5 starting poles
(6 on fly-off)

Number of competitors per pole

9,4 competitors per pole
(single competitor/pole on fly-off)

Local rules or deviations from Sporting Code

5 min working time as common in use in F1E competitions.
Partial results exponed during each round.

Observations on timekeeping

Double timekeepers per pole equipped with binoculars and tripod.

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

Prize giving ceremony at Frizzolan Hotel after dinner.
Individual three best seniors & juniors were awarded.
Two best members of first 3 teams senior were awarded separately
Results can be shown during the ceremony.

Any incident or accident



No protests, no complains.

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