FAI Free Flight World Cup 2023


Report of the FAI Jury on CZE Cup 2023

Last update of this page: 25 September 2023
CompetitionCZE World Cup, Kozlany, Czechia, 16/9/2023
FAI Jury members

1. Allard van Wallene (NED)

2. Adam Krawiec (PL)

3. Jan Vosejpka (CZ)

Advance information

FAI calendar, web-page, Facebook

Schedule of competition

Round 1: 09.00, round duration 70 minutes with 5 minutes break in between the rounds.
Fly off F1A: 17.30 (max 6 minutes) and second fly off 18.45 (max 10 minutes).
Fly off F1B: 18.10 (max 6 minutes) and second fly off 19.15 (max 10 minutes).
Fly off F1C and Q: 17.50 (max 6 minutes).

Duration of rounds

70 minutes

Breaks between rounds

5 minutes

Maximum durations in each round

First round 240 seconds, remaining rounds 180 seconds.

Interruptions and delays

None. Free lunch was served for the contestants.

Weather and visibility

Clear skies, max 27C, variable winds max 3 m/s.

Flight line - changes of position

Starting poles for all classes. No fixed timekeepers. Contestants were assigned a fixed starting pole for each round (rotation by changing 2 poles for each round for F1A, 1 pole for F1B).

Number of starting poles

F1A: 9, F1B: 5, F1C: 1, F1Q: 1

Number of competitors per pole

Up to 5

Local rules or deviations from Sporting Code

Timekeeping by competitors, three official timekeepers available.

Observations on timekeeping

Random check of timekeeping by contest director Tereza Vosejpkova and Jury members. No anomalies were observed.

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

Results continuously updated on on-line score-board accessible via QR code.
Price-giving in evening on field after last fly off.

Any incident or accident

Some models landed in a downwind fenced-off solar panel park, which was guarded by a rather hostile guard with a dog. All models could be retrieved.



[Results of CZE Cup]
[FF World Cup rules 2023] - [FF World Cup report 2023] - [FF World Cup results 2023]

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