FAI Free Flight World Cup 2018

FF WCup

Report of the FAI Jury on Free Flight Holiday of Mongolia 2018


Last update of this page: 22 October 2018
CompetitionFree Flight Holiday of Mongolia 2018
FAI Jury members

1. Rakhmankin Sergey RUS

2. F1A Hodunov Sergey RUS
F1B Makarov Sergey RUS
F1C,P Titov Yury RUS

3. F1A Bulatov Albert RUS
F1BKornushenko Aleksandr RUS
F1C,PEvdokimov Yuri RUS

Advance information

Announcement on FAI Web site, FAS RUS Web site

Schedule of competition

F1A - Start time September 15th, 2018, 09,00 a.m.,
1 and 5 round 240 sec., 2-4 round 180 sec.
Fly off F1A: 17.00 p.m. - 360 sec.; 18.00 p.m. 480 sec.
F1B - Start time September 16th, 2018, 09,00 a.m.,
1 and 5 round 240 sec., 2-4 round 180 sec.
Fly off F1B: September 17th 17.05 p.m. -360 sec.
F1C,P - Start time September 17th, 2018, 09,00 a.m.,
1-5 round 180 sec.
Fly off F1C: 16.45 p.m. -360 sec. 18.00 p.m. 480 sec.

Duration of rounds

1-5 rounds 55 min on F1A, B, C, P

Breaks between rounds

F1A 5 min.
F1B 15 min.
F1C,P 15 min

Maximum durations in each round

F1A,B 240 first and fifth round, 180 remaining rounds.
F1C,P 180 all rounds

Interruptions and delays

none

Weather and visibility

Fine, good visibility, wind: F1A,B 1-4 m/s, F1C 3-7 m/s

Flight line - changes of position

Was moved for fly offs

Number of starting poles

11 poles in F1A, 7 poles in F1B, 4 poles in F1C,P

Number of competitors per pole

3

Local rules or deviations from Sporting Code

One timekeepers provided at each pole, two in fly off

Observations on timekeeping

CD made frequent checks during the contest

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

Trophies 1st to 3rd place for F1A, B, C and P. Certificates for Juniors places.
First three seniors and juniors all categories giving cup on the airfield.

Any incident or accident

None

Protests

None

[Results of Free Flight Holiday of Mongolia]
[FF World Cup rules 2018] - [FF World Cup report 2018] - [FF World Cup results 2018]



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