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Report of the FAI Jury on 39th Memorial Izet Kurtalic 2021


Last update of this page: 20 September 2021
Competition2021 – 39th Izet Kurtalic Memorial, World Cup, September 18th, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
FAI Jury members

1. Vinko Tomljanovic, CRO – president of the Jury

2. Radoje Blagojevic, SRB

3. Faik Cicak, BIH
Alternative: Sabrija Limo, BIH

Advance information

FAI Calendar, web site (http://www.aeroklub-izet-kurtalic.ba), Bulletin

Schedule of competition

September the 18th – F1AB
09.30-10.30h first round,
10.30-11.30h second round
11.30-12.30h third round
12.30-13.30h fourth round
13.30-14.30h fifth round
FLY OFF in F1A was held at 18.10 and in F1B at 18.30

Duration of rounds

60 min.

Breaks between rounds

None

Maximum durations in each round

240 seconds 1st-2nd, 180 seconds 3rd -5th, 480 seconds in Fly Off

Interruptions and delays

None

Weather and visibility

In the morning there was rain that’s why start of the competition was postponed. After rain we had excellent weather conditions throughout the day with partially cloudy sky and wind 1-2 m/s.
Temperature 18-28°C

Flight line - changes of position

None

Number of starting poles

4 starting poles for F1A
3 starting poles for F1B

Number of competitors per pole

3 and 4 for F1AB

Local rules or deviations from Sporting Code

None

Observations on timekeeping

Rounds 1 to 5, 1 timekeeper per pole
Fly offs, 2 timekeepers per pole

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

Winners (1-3 places) in all competed categories won throphies and diplomas including juniors for F1AB
After each round unofficial printed results were put on the panel.
Printed results were distributed at Prize-giving and placed at web site also

Any incident or accident

None

Protests

None official protest

[Results of 39th Memorial Izet Kurtalic]
[FF World Cup rules 2021] - [FF World Cup report 2021] - [FF World Cup results 2021]



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