FAI Free Flight World Cup 2018


Report of the FAI Jury on Kiwi World Cup of New Zealand 2018

Last update of this page: 24 February 2018
CompetitionKiwi Cup Of New Zealand
FAI Jury members

1. Antony Koerbin, New Zealand

2. Igor Vivchar, , Ukraine

3. Mike Roberts, USA

Advance information

SEN electronic News letter
Sen.faifreeflight.org web site

Schedule of competition

Start at 8 am Saturday 10 Feb 2018 seven rounds. No lunch break

Duration of rounds

1 hour

Breaks between rounds


Maximum durations in each round

240, 180,180,180,120 and 600 for flyoff

Interruptions and delays

90 minute delay and cancelation of 2 rounds due to wind
Only 5 rounds flown . waited but too windy for flyoff on 10 Feb. Flyoff next AM

Weather and visibility

Mainly excellent except for about 90 minutes or sometimes strong wind during regular rounds north wind. Light west wind next morning

Flight line - changes of position

None for regular rounds, different flight line for the next morning

Number of starting poles

None, flown from flight line with no assigned poles

Number of competitors per pole


Local rules or deviations from Sporting Code

No official time keepers or poles.

Observations on timekeeping

No issues

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

Prize giving in the afternoon of Sunday 11 February 2012
Results sent to Ian Kaynes under separate cover Tuesday 21 Feb 2018

Any incident or accident

No incident or accident observed or reported



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