Monthly Archives: October 2021

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CIAM Submissions CIAM Submission – everyone Rule changes for F1D, F1P, F1Q, F1N and provisional classes eligible for change at the up coming CIAM 2022 Plenary  you need to get them you local NAC (National Aero Club) right away as time is short.  Each country has a different process before the CIAM meetings. In recent […]

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20- 20 Hindsight 2021 FAI FF AmCup Report— 3 contest to go Back Off 20- 20 Hindsight Part of the recent confusion around altimeters is due to people not being up to date on the Sporting Code and part is due to the current global supply chain issues combined with a single source supplier. Perhaps […]

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3 All-Tee or rather Certified Altimeter  Items Skyscrapers apparel 3 All-Tee or rather Certified Altimeter  Items These Items are from the All-Tee group on Face Book. On this group there is quite a lot of discussion. This include three items that the SEN editor considers to be of the most importance. They are 1. Current […]

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Kiwi Bs at Dawn Top Dudes Kiwi F1B Dawn Flyoff – Photos from Tom Faith https://www.flickr.com/photos/136383551@N04/albums/72157720102199205/ Results reminder 1     Sevak Malkhasyan 1867 2     Charlie Jones 1781 3     Tony Mathews 1767 4     Jerry Fitch 1749 5     Ittai Kohavi 1735 6     Alex Andriukov 1380 Who leant back the most ? who jumped the highest …. .. and […]

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North American Cup On Keeping up the tech help… North American Cup America’s Cup Lost Hills – Last FAI Outstanding and Endless October Event CD Report We had a little wind at Lost Hills yesterday.  First round had high drift from the South.  Lowered the max time for two rounds then had a good calm […]

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MaxMen International World Cup Keep up the tech help MaxMen Mini Events MaxMen International World Cup Lost Hills, CA F1A                1    2    3    4    5    6    7               Total  Place Ken Bauer        240  180  180  180  180  180  180  300  404        2024  1 Enes Penckovic   240  180  180  180  180  180  180  300  371        1991  2 […]

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Sierra Cup Mini Events Fora engine for sale Altimeter use confusion Sierra Cup Mini Events F1G Jerry Fitch         120  120  120  120  120  180  240  291 1311   1 Evgeny Gorban       120  120  120  120  120  180  240  263 1283   2 Tony Mathews        120  120  120  120  120  180  240  250 1270   3 Tom Ioerger         120  […]

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Altimeters, how we got here Reminder Kotuku World Cup F1E Thanks to Allard Read the Sporting Code Altimeters, how we got here From:Ian Kaynes Roger A contribution to the altimeter discussion: Organisers usually have flyoffs to handle at the end of World Cup competitions. Particularly in Europe there can be problems completing the standard progressive […]

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The Swiss F1E Team Elimination Final Just some remarks on the ongoing altimeter discussion Editorial Disclaimer Plus The Swiss F1E Team Elimination Final From:William Damerell Hallo Roger, Greetings frpm a rather cold and foggy Autumnal Alps. Could you kindly publish the following- Many Thanks! The Swiss F1E Team Elimination Final will be held this coming […]

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Sierra Cup F1E Oh my goodness the rules have changed Sierra Cup F1E Name              Round 1     Round 2     Round 3     Round 4     Round 5    Total %Place Gorban  Evgeny    150 100.00  150 100.00  150 100.00  150 100.00  150 100.00 500.00  1 Ioerger Tom        84  56.00  150 100.00  150 100.00  150 100.00  150 100.00 456.00  2 Brocks  […]

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Kotuku Korrection and Komment New FAI project Juniors at LH in October so far Problems with the Free Flight Quarterly website Kotuku Korrection and Komment Roger I hate to make corrections but times on the last F1C round were switched . In other news  the day after the Kotuku Blake clocked the winds at 44 […]

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Kotuku Cup Results Kotuku World and America’s  Cup The day started up with early am fly off for Sierra Cup with great weather 0-1 mph. The weather thru out the day low winds with big thermals. The flyoff in the 5 min flight was giant thermals. Final flight 8 min with very low winds near […]