FAI Free Flight World Cup 2017


Report of the FAI Jury on Kiwi Cup of New Zealand 2017

Last update of this page: 1 March 2017
CompetitionKiwi World Cup
FAI Jury members

1. Roy Summersby Australia

2. Igor Vivchar Ukraine

3. Jim Parker - USA

Advance information

FAI , AMA and NFFS Calendar. Free Flight News Calendar. SEN publication and Web site

Schedule of competition

Saturday 11 Feb 2017

Duration of rounds

1 hour X 7

Breaks between rounds


Maximum durations in each round

240, 180, 180, 180, 180, 180, 240

Interruptions and delays

Contest postponed by 24 hours because of rain. Flown on Sunday 12 with final fly off at dawn on Monday 13 February

Weather and visibility


Flight line - changes of position

Flight line moved up wind for flyoff by approx. 500m.

Number of starting poles

No pole. Just Flight line

Number of competitors per pole

Length of flight line based on 4 sportsmen per pole X 10 metres.

Local rules or deviations from Sporting Code

7 Rounds, No poles and the sportsmen timed each other

Observations on timekeeping

No issues. Fly off could not be completed on day of event because of lack of daylight. They were flown from 7AM onwards the following morning.

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

Prize giving and awards on Monday 13 February in the afternoon. Unfortunately No juniors.
Full results in spread sheet, attached

Any incident or accident

No injuries or accidents were seen or reported



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