|2023 SPZG Cup, Antoon van Eldik Memorial
|FAI Jury members
1. Tadeusz Milewski (POL)
2. Adam Krawiec (POL)
3. Allard van Wallene (NED)
Facebook (SPZG Cup, Antoon van Eldik Memorial) and communicated by email to participants
Schedule of competition
5 rounds + fly off. 4 rounds were flown as caused by delayed start due to early morning fly off and altimeter readout processing.
Duration of rounds
60 minutes. Fly off in all classes except F1C on Sunday afternoon starting at 16.15 PM with 3 minutes max and altimeter.
Breaks between rounds
Lunch break at 12.00 PM.
Maximum durations in each round
All four rounds for F1A,B,C,Q was 120 seconds due to high wind speeds and field limitations. 4 rounds were flown.
Interruptions and delays
At 12.00 PM competitors were invited to get their free soup and bread offered by the organizers.
Weather and visibility
The morning conditions were cold (1 C) with max. 6 m/s. Temperature rose to 15 C. Sunny all day, no cloud cover. Wind increased to 7 m/s during the day. To allow sufficient daylight time for fly off, the competition was ended after 4 rounds.
Flight line - changes of position
Number of starting poles
F1A: 10, F1B and F1Q: 5, F1C: 2
Number of competitors per pole
Maximum 6 per pole
Local rules or deviations from Sporting Code
Deviations from the Sporting Code: 5 rounds were announced rather than 7 due to limited daylight time.
Observations on timekeeping
One official time keeper per pole augmented with a competitor second time keeper
Prize-giving and issue of results - confirm organisers provide results with full names, nationalities and number of juniors
On-field results posted on large manual scoreboard. Pictures of score board posted on Facebook. Full results published on the Tuesday after the competition.
Any incident or accident
Two competitors (Gerd and Luca Aringer) did not have a valid license. They were requested to arrange their licenses on Friday, which was confirmed on Monday