FAI Free Flight World Cup 2023

FF WCup

Report of the FAI Jury on Kiwi World Cup of New Zealand 2023


Last update of this page: 9 March 2023
CompetitionKiwi World Cup of New Zealand for F1A,B,C,P,Q,E
FAI Jury members

1. Antony Koerbin NZL

2. Roy Summersby AUS

3. James Parker USA

Advance information

FAI Calendar, Lost Hills Calendar, SEN, AMA Calendar, NFFS Calendar,FFn

Schedule of competition

11 February 2023 F1A,B,C and Q. 12 February 2023 Final Flyoff for F1A,B,C
12 February 2023 F1E , 15 February 2023 Final FlyOff for F1Q

Duration of rounds

One hour

Breaks between rounds

None

Maximum durations in each round

240, then 180 for each normal round. 600 for final flyoff

Interruptions and delays

After 3rd round 30 minute hold to make sure changing wind direction was favourable, it was

Weather and visibility

Good

Flight line - changes of position

Changed position for next day morning flyoff

Number of starting poles

NA

Number of competitors per pole

NA

Local rules or deviations from Sporting Code

Flown from flight line

Observations on timekeeping

No official timekeepers provided. Good, no apparent issues

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

Prize giving except for F1Q on evening of 12 Feb 2023. Results live online. Results given to Free Flight World Cup Coordinator

Any incident or accident

None

Protests

None

[Results of Kiwi World Cup of New Zealand]
[FF World Cup rules 2023] - [FF World Cup report 2023] - [FF World Cup results 2023]



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