Monthly Archives: October 2020

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Announcement from NFFS – Nats Info FREE FLIGHT FORUM ON ZOOM – updated Whoops on FFF Announcement from NFFS – Nats Info From:Don DeLoach PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 10/24/2020 It is with great pleasure, that AMA and NFFS today announce that, after a fully vetted proposal process, we have chosen sites to host both […]

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FREE FLIGHT FORUM ON ZOOM LOOKING for Favionics Fx12b timers FREE FLIGHT FORUM ON ZOOM From: Martin Dilly Instead of this year’s BMFA Free Flight Forum being face-to-face it will be held on Zoom, with anyone, anywhere in the world, being able to take part. It will start at 10:00 GMT on Nov. 15th and […]

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First Annual United States NFFS Outdoor Youth Postal Contest!!! (date extended and rules clarified) Kotuku F1E Corrected Looking for Stamov Relatch Hook First Annual United States NFFS Outdoor Youth Postal Contest!!! ( date and minor rules change PLUS special offer) You do NOT need to be a NFFS member to participate. (Ages up to 18 […]

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Sierra Cup 44th Annual Sierra Cup From: Mike McKeever The 44th Annual Sierra Cup was flown last weekend in Lost Hills, California. We continued to use infrastructure set up during the 2019 World Champs and the site was largely the same as a year ago with a little more vegetation growth. Some of the line […]

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Kool Kid and Koach Kached Klaus on Weight of covering No FAI Events at San Valeers this year -Konfusion Korn Kool Kid and Koach Kached It was pointed out to me that I missed on mentioning Henry’s F1P performance at the Sierra Cup (because I wasn’t there). This his  first season in F1P, only dropped […]

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Kotuku Korrection Koach Kredit Not forgetting where to start Kotuku Korrection In alert reader in Denmark noticed that we had left out some scores on the F1A results (as part of our effort to fit them on a page ) So here they are again. Kotuku Cup                2020 OCT  10&11          Brian Van Nest CD F1A                   […]

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Kotuku Results Covering 1 and 2 Kotuku Results     Kotuku Cup                2020 OCT  10&11          Brian Van Nest CD F1A                   FAI Number  ID NUMBER   Rnd1 Rnd2 Rnd3 Rnd4 Rnd5 Rnd6 Rnd7 FO1  FO2    FO3 FO4     TOTAL 1  Jim Parker        USA N89015         10152  240  180  180  180  180  180  180  300  420 426   2466 2  Enes Pecenkovic   […]

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Lacey-Kerr Memorial Covering Help Lacey-Kerr Memorial This is a late contest, held at Wawaywanda which is in the grip of large dried out corn fields on three sides and a row of large trees along both sides of the Wallkill river to the east. Saturday it was blowing hard up the field from the south […]

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This weekend at Lost Hills Message from Mike 44th Annual Sierra Cup Kotuku CUP 2021 Sympo This weekend at Lost Hills Starting with  F1E tomorrow Temp and Wind forecasts look good   Message from Mike Hi Sportsman, Just thought I’d discuss the upcoming Sierra Cup generally with some thoughts on Covid protocol. I will be […]

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First Annual United States NFFS Youth Postal Contest!!! Dave Lacey/Tom Kerr Memorial First Annual United States NFFS Youth Postal Contest!!! You do NOT need to be a NFFS member to participate. (Ages up to 18 years old) Competition Rules: Any catapult launch glider design and size. 6 flights with 60 second maxes. In the case […]

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California Contest Clarification 50 plus at 50th USFFC California Contest Clarification There has been a little confusion about FAI Free Flight contests in California. Traditionally there are 2 major FAI Free Flight World Cup events in California, The Sierra Cup in October and the MaxMen International in February.  Here is the status October There are […]

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Recruiting is more important ? Harvest Classic 2020, Wawaywanda NY Huron Cup Recruiting is more important ? From:Ross Jahnke Gil’s Request and Mike’s Response, Who really knows precisely when the ring slides free of the tow-hook, or when a finger last grazes the motor tube? Who really sees when the model first touches a blade […]