FAI Free Flight World Cup 2023


Report of the FAI Jury on Eagle Cup F1 2023 2023

Last update of this page: 9 March 2023
CompetitionEagle Cup
FAI Jury members

1. Atle Klungrehaug, NOR

2. Dag E. Larsen, NOR

3. Vegar Nereng, NOR

Advance information

Facebook and Homepage

Schedule of competition

Change to reserve day, Monday, with 3 rounds + flyoff

Duration of rounds

1 hour working time, in fly-off 8 min. F1B, and 10 min.F1A

Breaks between rounds

No breaks

Maximum durations in each round

180 sek. in three first rounds before flyoff

Interruptions and delays

Saturday was the schedule, but strong wind the whole weekend, forced us to use reserve day, Monday

Weather and visibility

At morning 3-4 sek/m wind clear sky, at the middle of the day very calm, very good visibility

Flight line - changes of position

We start in same group

Number of starting poles

One for F1A and one for F1B

Number of competitors per pole

3 in each pole

Local rules or deviations from Sporting Code

We helped timing each other, and we ran direct to 8 min flyoff.
The F1A competitors in flyoff want to have 10 min max.

Observations on timekeeping

Everybody had timekeepers, and some spot check throughout the rounds.

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

Prize-giving after flyoff with prizes to top 3, and junior prize. Result together with this Jury report will be send to Ian Kaynes. The three best has been announced at Facebook for this world cup

Any incident or accident




[Results of Eagle Cup F1 2023]
[FF World Cup rules 2023] - [FF World Cup report 2023] - [FF World Cup results 2023]

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