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ACRO E-mail Archive Thread: Reduced Coverage of Contests in Sport Aerobatics



                


Thread: Reduced Coverage of Contests in Sport Aerobatics

Message: Reduced Coverage of Contests in Sport Aerobatics

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From: "Dave Swartz" <DaveSwartz at msn.com>

Date: Mon, 12 Feb 1996 04:36:41 UTC


Message:

  A meaningful vote for what contest coverage should be included in Sport 
Aerobatics should probably concentrate on those members that do not have 
access to the Internet.  I find I now only review the results in the Magazine 
months after studying them on the IAC pages.  I agree with Klein - there is a 
wealth of good information in the complete listings.  I made my decision to 
buy a Pitts after seeing that several other aircraft I had been considering 
were not well represented in actual competition.   I like to watch who is 
going to what contest (in any capacity - contestant or judge).  It is 
interesting to see how many are competing at each level at each contest.  I 
probably will not spend any time looking at the new listings - I'll just 
review those on the net.  

Many libraries offer free access to the Internet.  If the new listing format 
stays, maybe more IACers will be motivated to access the IAC pages.


                


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