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Incidentblanketter för F1A


SVERIGES MODELLFLYGFÖRBUND

               FF WC TEAM MANAGER

 

To the Contest Director of the 2011 Free Flight World Championships

 

I hereby protest against the below described decision made by the contest officials:

 

Event: F1A.

Name of competitor:

Date: April 26, 2011.

 

Time:

Round No.:

Starting pole No.:

Names of timekeepers:

 

FAI Sporting Code reference: Section 4B.12.2 and Section 4, Volume F1. 3.A2B.3 and 3.A2B.4.

“To achieve true sporting results it is essential that the timekeepers act so as to give the competitors the greatest possible opportunity for making their flights.”

 

“The timekeepers must familiarise themselves with the colour and shape of the model in order to recognise it during the flight.”

 

”Timekeepers must study the shape and colour of the model to aid recognition.”

“The model should be watched carefully and continuously during the flight.”

 

Description of the incident: The timekeepers did not recognise the model from other models and stopped their watches before the end of the flight, obviously timing another model. The model was clearly visible for the entire flight and was timed for a max flight by Swedish team members.

 

Conclusion: The timekeepers have not fully acted according to the FAI Sporting Code which has caused a misjudgement.

 

Demand: It is the responsibility of the Contest Director and the Jury to see that the event is conducted in accordance with the relevant provisions of the FAI Sporting Code Section 4 Volume F1, Section 4A, 4B and 4C. The Swedish Team Manager demands that the erroneous decision of the timekeepers is corrected and that the competitor is allowed the result that she/he has performed according to the rules.

 

 April 26, 2011.

 

…………………………………………..

Swedish FF WC Team Manager / NAC Official

 

Enclosure: Protest fee EURO 35.-

 

 

A-release

SVERIGES MODELLFLYGFÖRBUND

               FF WC TEAM MANAGER

 

To the Contest Director of the 2011 Free Flight World Championships

 

I hereby protest against the below described incident:

 

Event: F1A

Name of competitor:

Date: April 26, 2011.

 

Time:

Round No.:

Starting pole No.:

Names of timekeepers:

 

FAI Sporting Code reference: Section 4B.12.2 and Section 4, Volume F1. 3.A2B.3 and 3.A2B.4.

 

“To achieve true sporting results it is essential that the timekeepers act so as to give the competitors the greatest possible opportunity for making their flights.”

 

“The model should be watched carefully and continuously during the flight.”

 

Description of the incident: The timekeepers did not observe the release of the cable, or watching another model. The team manager was not informed that the model was too far away for the moment of  release to be seen. The model and the release of the cable was clearly visible and the model was watched for the entire flight by Swedish team members and was timed for a max flight.

 

Conclusion: The timekeepers have not fully acted according to the FAI Sporting Code which has caused a misjudgement.

 

Demand: It is the responsibility of the Contest Director and the Jury to see that the event is conducted in accordance with the relevant provisions of the FAI Sporting Code Section 4 Volume F1, Section 4A, 4B and 4C. The Swedish Team Manager demands that the erroneous decision of the timekeepers is corrected and that the competitor is allowed the result that she/he has performed according to the rules.

 

 April 26, 2011.

 

…………………………………………..

Swedish FF WC Team Manager / NAC Official

 

Enclosure: Protest fee EURO 35.-

 

 

 

A-tow collision

SVERIGES MODELLFLYGFÖRBUND

               FF WC TEAM MANAGER

 

To the Contest Director of the 2011 Free Flight World Championships

 

I hereby protest against the below described incident:

 

Event: F1A

Name of competitor:

Date: April 26, 2011.

 

Time:

Round No.:

Starting pole No.:

Names of timekeepers:

 

FAI Sporting Code reference: Section 4B.12.2 and Section 4, Volume F1.3.1, F1.3.A2B.3 and 3.A2B.4.

“To achieve true sporting results it is essential that the timekeepers act so as to give the competitors the greatest possible opportunity for making their flights.”

 

“The model should be watched carefully and continuously during the flight.”

 

Description of the incident: The timekeepers did not observe that the model during towing collided with model in free flight. The timekeepers did not allow  the attempt to be repeated. The collision was clearly visible for Swedish team members. The contestant with the model in free flight confirms the collision.

 

Conclusion: The timekeepers have not fully acted according to the FAI Sporting Code which has caused a misjudgement.

 

Demand: It is the responsibility of the Contest Director and the Jury to see that the event is conducted in accordance with the relevant provisions of the FAI Sporting Code Section 4 Volume F1, Section 4A, 4B and 4C. The Swedish Team Manager demands that the erroneous decision of the timekeepers is corrected and that the competitor is allowed the result that she/he has performed according to the rules.

 

 April 26, 2011.

 

…………………………………………..

Swedish FF WC Team Manager / NAC Official

 

Enclosure: Protest fee EURO 35.-

 

 

 

 

 

A-ff collision

SVERIGES MODELLFLYGFÖRBUND

               FF WC TEAM MANAGER

 

To the Contest Director of the 2011 Free Flight World Championships

 

I hereby protest against the below described incident:

 

Event: F1A

Name of competitor:

Date: April 26, 2011.

 

Time:

Round No.:

Starting pole No.:

Names of timekeepers:

 

FAI Sporting Code reference: Section 4B.12.2 and Section 4, Volume F1. 3.A2B.3 and 3.A2B.4.

“To achieve true sporting results it is essential that the timekeepers act so as to give the competitors the greatest possible opportunity for making their flights.”

 

“The model should be watched carefully and continuously during the flight.”

 

Description of the incident: The timekeepers did not observe that during the flight the glider collided with another model or a  tow line other than its own towline. The glider could not continue its flight in a normal manner. The timekeepers did not allow  the attempt to be repeated. The collision was clearly visible for Swedish team members. The contestant with the model in free flight or towline confirms the collision.

 

Conclusion: The timekeepers have not fully acted according to the FAI Sporting Code which has caused a misjudgement.

 

Demand: It is the responsibility of the Contest Director and the Jury to see that the event is conducted in accordance with the relevant provisions of the FAI Sporting Code Section 4 Volume F1, Section 4A, 4B and 4C. The Swedish Team Manager demands that the erroneous decision of the timekeepers is corrected and that the competitor is allowed the result that she/he has performed according to the rules.

 

 April 26, 2011.

 

…………………………………………..

Swedish FF WC Team Manager / NAC Official

 

Enclosure: Protest fee EURO 35.-

 

 

 

A-obstacle

SVERIGES MODELLFLYGFÖRBUND

               FF WC TEAM MANAGER

 

To the Contest Director of the 2011 Free Flight World Championships

 

I hereby protest against the below described decision made by the contest officials:

 

Event: F1A.

Name of competitor:

Date: April 26, 2011.

 

Time:

Round No.:

Starting pole No.:

Names of timekeepers:

 

FAI Sporting Code reference: Section 4B.12.3 and Section 4, Volume F1. Annex 2, Appendix B.

“If the model disappears behind some obstacles or in clouds, the timekeepers are to wait for ten seconds; should the model not reappear, timing will cease and the ten seconds will be subtracted from the flight time.”

“The model should be watched carefully and continuously during the flight.”

“To achieve true sporting results it is essential that the timekeepers act so as to give the competitors the greatest possible opportunity for making their flights.” 

 

Description of the incident: The model reappeared within the ten seconds but the timekeepers stopped their watches before the end of the flight, the model clearly visible for the entire flight and was timed for a max flight by Swedish team members.

 

Conclusion: The timekeepers have not fully acted according to the FAI Sporting Code which has caused a misjudgement.

 

Demand: It is the responsibility of the Contest Director and the Jury to see that the event is conducted in accordance with the relevant provisions of the FAI Sporting Code Section 4 Volume F1, Section 4A, 4B and 4C. The Swedish Team Manager demands that the erroneous decision of the timekeepers is corrected and that the competitor is allowed the result that she/he has performed according to the rules.

 

 April 26, 2011.

 

…………………………………………..

Swedish FF WC Team Manager / NAC Official

 

Enclosure: Protest fee EURO 35.-

 

 

 

A-discrepance

SVERIGES MODELLFLYGFÖRBUND

               FF WC TEAM MANAGER

 

To the Contest Director of the 2011 Free Flight World Championships

 

I hereby protest against the below described decision made by the contest officials:

 

Event: F1A.

Name of competitor:

Date: April 26, 2011.

 

Time:

Round No.:

Starting pole No.:

Names of timekeepers:

 

FAI Sporting Code reference: Section 4B.12.6 and Section 4, Volume F1. Annex 2, Appendix B.

 “The model should be watched carefully and continuously during the flight.”

“To achieve true sporting results it is essential that the timekeepers act so as to give the competitors the greatest possible opportunity for making their flights.”

“The time recorded is the mean of the times registered by the timekeepers, but reduced to the nearest whole number of seconds below the resulting mean time unless the difference between the times registered shows evidence of an error in the timing, in which case the organiser will determine, with the FAI Jury, which time will be registered as the official time or what action should be taken.”

 

 

Description of the incident: The difference between the times registered by the timekeepers showed evidence of an error in the timing. The model was clearly visible during the entire flight and was timed for a max flight by Swedish team members.

 

Conclusion: The timekeepers have not fully acted according to the FAI Sporting Code which has caused a misjudgement.

 

Demand: It is the responsibility of the Contest Director and the Jury to see that the event is conducted in accordance with the relevant provisions of the FAI Sporting Code Section 4 Volume F1, Section 4A, 4B and 4C. The Swedish Team Manager demands that the erroneous decision of the timekeepers is corrected and that the competitor is allowed the result that she/he has performed according to the rules.

 

 April 26, 2011.

 

…………………………………………..

Swedish FF WC Team Manager / NAC Official

 

Enclosure: Protest fee EURO 35.-

Uppdaterad: 24 AUG 2010 09:57 Skribent: Bror Eimar

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