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Thread: [Acro] RE: Results from Orange

Message: [Acro] RE: Results from Orange

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From: Steve Pennypacker <spenny at bellatlantic.net>

Date: Wed, 22 May 2002 04:50:01 UTC


Message:

  I see that by the time these results made it through the exploder, some of 
the formatting was a bit mangled, making it tough to read.  We'll post a 
clean copy to the Chapter 35 website shortly.  For now, if you'd like a 
clean copy, email me and I'll send it to you.

Steve

On Wednesday, May 22, 2002 12:19 AM, Steve Pennypacker 
[SMTP:spenny at bellatlantic.net] wrote:
> Hey everyone,
>
> Here are the results of the 2002 New England Aerobatic Contest held in
> Orange, MA this past weekend.  Despite _snow_ on Saturday morning (no, 
I'm
> not joking) and low ceilings throughout that day, each of the 33 pilots
> flew 2 flights, with Unlimited also flying the 4-Minute Free which was
> quite a treat.
>
> Steve Till is busy writing an article about the contest and I don't want 
to
> steal his thunder, so I'll just mention a few points:
>
> * This year we asked a number of individuals and companies to sponsor the 
> contest via donations for a raffle.  The response was incredible.  Thanks 
> to Michael Goulian, Patty Wagstaff, Alan Cassidy, Gene Beggs, Aeroshell,
> EAA, ASA books, Aerobatika (Craig Lesinski), Hans Bok, and The Old Mill
> (where we hold our banquet).  Congratulations to grand prize winner 
Taylor
> Gordon, who got a ride in Hans' new Sukhoi 29 after the contest on 
Sunday.
>
> * The volunteer effort this year was tremendous.  We drafted just about
> everyone for one thing or another, and a tremendous THANK YOU goes out to 
> everyone who helped make the contest a success.  Special mention to our 
new
> scorer Kris Bok (Hans' son) who quickly set me at ease with a flawless 
job
> solving problems on his own and getting scores out quickly and 
accurately,
> and to all of the key regulars whose expertise and conscientiousness make 
> my job so much easier: Jim Ward as the consumate Chief Judge, Rob Petit 
as
> our diehard registrar, Bill McGoldrick as Volunteer Coordinator and all
> around helper-outer, and of course last but far from least, Craig
> "Aerobatika Yakboy The Rock I need more nicknames" Lesinski, who's always 
> judging or finding other ways to help out any time he's not in the 
cockpit.
>  You guys are the greatest.
>
> * The judges: Another big thank you to Jim Parker, Sergey Prolagayev,
> Neville Hogan, Guenther Eichorn, Hans Bok, Dave Watson, and Craig 
Lesinski.
>  I bet you guys never thought you'd be getting frostbite and sunburn at 
the
> same time!
>
> * I can't finish this out without also thanking Danny Adams from Aviat 
for
> trekking out here again to educate pilots about their planes, and making
> both them and the contest safer.  Here's a guy who hates to fly, yet he's 
> been building airplanes that go upside down for a lot of years, and
> volunteers his personal time to hop on airliners twice a week to spend 
more
> time around those same airplanes and the people that fly them.  The trip 
to
> Orange takes him something like 17 hours including 2 or 3 legs by air, 
yet
> he's always wearing a big smile.  I'm sure the psychologists have a word
> for all this :-), but I just call it commitment.  Thanks, Danny.
>
> * Each year Jim Ward ran the contest, weather was fantastic.  I run it 
and
> we get rain, snow, sleet, and typhoons.  The only reason I haven't yet 
been
> sacrificed to the weather gods out at center box is that Hilton's too
> chicken to come out and mix it up with the big boys, so he's had to make
> all of his threats remotely by email.  Next year, Hilton.
>
> More shortly, when Steve T.'s article comes out.
>
> Steve
>
>
>  Official Results and Final Standings             Sunday      5/19/2002
>  14:43
>  I.A.C. Scoring System  - Version 01
>
>
>  Contest - NE Aerobatic Contest  May 17, 2002
>  Contest Director - Steve Pennypacker
>  Category - Primary
>  (Results calculated using TBLP w/ min.weight threshold at 1.2
> std.deviation)
>
>
> Rank Pilot         Chapter   Knwn 1     Knwn 2                  TBLP  Tot 
>  %pp
>  1st Janusz Becla           376.8956   365.1877                  742.0833 
> 75.72
>  2nd Mark Lander            353.3126   252.6960                  606.0086 
> 61.84
>  3rd El Hilliard                 335.6532   257.4681
>                  593.1213 60.52
>  4th Alex Baranov            282.8008   286.9730 
                 569.7738
> 58.14
> ---
>
>  Official Results and Final Standings             Sunday      5/19/2002
>  14:58
>  I.A.C. Scoring System  - Version 01
>
>  Contest - NE Aerobatic Contest  May 17, 2002
>  Contest Director - Steve Pennypacker
>  Category - Sportsman
>  (Results calculated using TBLP w/ min.weight threshold at 1.2
> std.deviation)
>
>
> Rank Pilot         Chapter   Known      Free                    TBLP  Tot 
>  %pp
>  1st Sheldon Apsell         934.7061  1042.2958                 1977.0019 
> 73.22
>  2nd Greg Dinning           980.3115   984.7214                 1965.0329 
> 72.78
>  3rd David Smith             915.0180   960.9989 
                1876.0169
> 69.48
>  4th Bruce Green            914.1201   945.6724                 1859.7925 
> 68.88
>  5th Ryan Retelle            827.6892   972.0222 
                1799.7114
> 66.66
>  6th Mike Ganor              606.8045  1027.9107 
                1634.7152
> 60.55
>  7th Rolfe Tessem           852.6878   711.6921                 1564.3799 
> 57.94
>  8th Wes Liu                   726.8559   800.5938
>                 1527.4497 56.57
>  9th Greg Mirkin            1046.9670   335.6028 
                1382.5698
> 51.21
> 10th Alex Brulin               352.7739  1012.2662
>                 1365.0401 50.56
> 11th Chip Drapeau           704.7621   400.4735                 1105.2356 
> 40.93
> 12th Bill Gordon                   0.0000   691.0740
>                  691.0740 25.60
> 13th Stephen Till                  0.0000     0.0000
>                    0.0000 00.00
> ---
>
>  Official Results and Final Standings             Saturday    5/18/2002
>  12:31
>  I.A.C. Scoring System  - Version 01
>
>
>  Contest - NE Aerobatic Contest  May 17, 2002
>  Contest Director - Steve Pennypacker
>  Category - Intermed
>  (Results calculated using TBLP w/ min.weight threshold at 1.2
> std.deviation)
>
>
> Rank Pilot         Chapter   Known      Free                    TBLP  Tot 
>  %pp
>  1st Alex Belov                  1742.1410  1575.8158
>                 3317.9568 82.95
>  2nd Steve McCalmont       1478.4831  1560.4383                 3038.9214 
> 75.97
>  3rd Sergey Prolagayev      1571.0467  1464.8926 
                3035.9393
> 75.90
>  4th Dennis Thompson       1481.5272  1464.0169                 2945.5441 
> 73.64
>  5th Neville Hogan             1544.8901  1365.2720
>                 2910.1621 72.75
>  6th Johnny Hutchison       1714.1603  1167.7533 
                2881.9136
> 72.05
>  7th Ray Moorman             1494.0228  1379.2898 
                2873.3126
> 71.83
>  8th David Watson             1463.8715  1365.1234
>                 2828.9949 70.72
>  9th Peter E Bocon           1548.1690  1187.3003 
                2735.4693
> 68.39
> 10th Ronald Burns             1230.3261  1451.8559
>                 2682.1820 67.05
> 11th Sigrid Baumann         1256.5862  1320.6603 
                2577.2465
> 64.43
> 12th Scott Higgins            1082.6264     0.0000
>                    1082.6264 27.07
> ---
>
>  Official Results and Final Standings             Sunday      5/19/2002
>  15:37
>  I.A.C. Scoring System  - Version 01
>
>  Contest - NE Aerobatic Contest  May 17, 2002
>  Contest Director - Steve Pennypacker
>  Category - Advanced
>  (Results calculated using TBLP w/ min.weight threshold at 1.2
> std.deviation)
>
>
> Rank Pilot         Chapter   Known      Free                    TBLP  Tot 
>  %pp
>  1st Guenther Eichhorn     1970.1250  2366.7500                 4336.8750 
> 70.29
>  2nd Hans Bok                 1762.2500  2366.6250
>                 4128.8750 66.92
> ---
>
>  Official Results and Final Standings             Sunday      5/19/2002
>  15:54
>  I.A.C. Scoring System  - Version 01
>
>
>  Contest - NE Aerobatic Contest  May 17, 2002
>  Contest Director - Steve Pennypacker
>  Category - Unlimited
>  (Results calculated using TBLP w/ min.weight threshold at 1.2
> std.deviation)
>
>
> Rank Pilot         Chapter   Known      Free                    TBLP  Tot 
>  %pp
>  1st Mike Goulian      35  2718.1250  2996.0250                 5714.1500 
> 73.35
>  2nd Craig Lesinski    35  2273.2500  2564.3438                 4837.5938 
> 62.10
> ---
>
> (Below is Unlimited 4-Minute Free)
>
>  Official Results and Final Standings             Sunday      5/19/2002
>  17:30
>  I.A.C. Scoring System  - Version 01
>
>
>  Contest - NE Aerobatic Contest  May 17, 2002
>  Contest Director - Steve Pennypacker
>  Category - Unlimited
>  (Results calculated using TBLP w/ min.weight threshold at 1.2
> std.deviation)
>
>
> Rank Pilot         Chapter                            Prog 4    TBLP  Tot 
>  %pp
>  1st Mike Goulian      35                             3492.000  3492.0000 
> 87.30
>  2nd Craig Lesinski    35                             3216.000  3216.0000 
> 80.40  


                


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