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USA team Selection Day 3 – last day

Whew ……..

 Day 3 event

USA Team Selection F1A - Contest 2

Name           R1  R2  R3  R4  R5  R6  R7  TOTAL   Place
Van Nest, Brian 240 180 180 180 180 180 180    1320   1  Team member
McKeever, Mike  240 180 180 180 180 180 180    1320   2  Third Team member
Barron, Andrew  240 180 180 180 180 180 162    1302   3
Bauer, Ken      240 180 153 180 180 180 180    1293   4
Parker, Jim     240 180 180 132 180 180 180    1272   5  alternate
Cai, Oliver     240 180 135 106 180 180 180    1201   6
Barron, Peter   240 180 180 180   0 180 180    1140   7
Sifleet, Bob    177 180 118 126 172 180 127    1080   8
Bevan, David    218 148  95 180 180 180  32    1033   9
Brun, Pierre    221DNF DNF DNF DNF DNF DNF      221   10
Spence, Steve    29DNF DNF DNF DNF DNF DNF       29   11


USA Team Selection F1C - Contest 2

Name           R1  R2  R3  R4  R5  R6  R7  F1    TOTAL   Place
Carroll, Ed     240 180 180 180 180 180 180   300    1620   1 Team member
Mathis, Richard 240 180 180 180 180 180 180   287    1607   2 Third Team member
Chesson, Don    240 180 180 180 180 180 180   255    1575   3 Alternate
Ghio, Walt      240 180 180 180 180 180 180    41    1361   4
Simpson, Roger  240 180 180 180 180 180 180     0    1320   5
McBurnett, Ron  217 180 180 180 180 180 180          1297   6
Malkhasyan, Tar 189 180 170 121 180 180 180          1200   7
Roberts, Mike   240 165DNF DNF DNF DNF DNF            405   8
Guy Menano      240   0DNF DNF DNF DNF DNF            240   9


Final Result

F1A

Rene Limberger
Brian Van Nest
Mike McKeever
alternate Jim Parker


F1B

Alexander Andriukov
Blake Jensen
Charlie Jones
alternate Sevak Malkhasyan


F1C

Faust Parker
Ed Carroll
Richard Mathis
alternate Don Chesson


Results unofficial

 

USA Team Selection Finals
Credits

USA Team Selection Committee for all the prepwork. In particular Charlie Jones, Blake Jensen and Bill Booth.  Bill did the hard stuff – preparing contest materials from time cards, pole markers, table sheets and the now famous Bill Booth Bingo card that told both time keepers and contestants what pole they needed to be on for each and every round. AMA Competition Dept and FAI programs who backed them up.

The CD was Terry Kerger who ran the event, keeping everyone on track to produce a great team that will do the USA proud in Hungary. To run 6 contests with fly offs over 3 days in no mean feat and Terry did it well, on time with no major incidents.   Terry had a team of helpers and apologies in advance for those who we may have over looked.

Processing Officer was Jack Emery; Score recorder and processing  Lindy Murrell; Set up and timing Glen Schneider; set up and results collection Mike Richardson; Timing Bill Gannon, Dos Porter and Henry, Norm and Merry Smith, Bob Tymchek , Janna Van Nest, Dimity and Anton from Ukraine, all the participants with their partners and friends who did timing duty.

Mention must be made of Henning who came from Denmark to offer us his friendship and wisdom and pick up our trash, the latter a most needed service. Gabby’s Restaurant had their food truck on the field every contest day to supply lunch to all and introduce Henning to a Veggie quesadilla.

Head Jurist was Roger Morrell assisted by Bob Tymchek on all days and Brian Van Next, Ed Carroll and Alex Andriukov each on one day.  Ed and Alex assisted in processing the winning models. Not their own!

Finally Mother Nature who gave us 3 great days of flying with increasingly warmer weather, decreasing to zero wind and very challenging thermals.

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Roger Morrell