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ACRO E-mail Archive Thread: [IAC-L:1800] 1998 CIVA Sequences (well, almost)



                


Thread: [IAC-L:1800] 1998 CIVA Sequences (well, almost)

Message: [IAC-L:1800] 1998 CIVA Sequences (well, almost)

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From: ACCassidy at aol.com

Date: Mon, 10 Nov 1997 21:59:39 UTC


Message:

 Hi there y'all,

The CIVA meeting has decided that the Known Programmes at Advanced, known as
the qualifying programme "Q", will next year have only 9 figures to save
time.

For national contests, I expect that these sequences will be used - PLUS 3 or
4 more on the end to make full scoring Known sequences.

The decision on this has been made here in UK, and the sequences we will be
flying here are now posted at <<www.worldaerobatics.com/Freestyle/Aresti4/>>

At the WAC in Slovakia in '98 we shall be flying just the first 9 figures of
the sequence posted.  In the US, I expect IAC will add a couple more figures,
after fig 9, that are different from the UK ones.

At the European Advanced contest in Slovenia, we will be flying just the
first 9 figures of the sequence posted.  In the US, as no involvement is
expected with CIVA contests at Advanced in 1998, there will probably be a
completely different sequence for Advanced Knowns.

For Gliders, the sequence adopted by CIVA is that for the European GAC in
Poland in July.  In the US, this may be adopted by IAC, but this is not
certain.

Doesn't get any clearer, does it?

Happy landings

Alan Cassidy
British Aerobatic Association


                


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