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  1. 2022 NFFS Symposium
  2. CIAM
  3. For Sale

2022 NFFS Symposium

From:  William Booth
2022 NFFS Symposium
The editorial process for the 2022 NFFS Symposium is coming to an end, but we still have a week or two if you have something you were thinking about and would like to have it included, please contact me as soon as possible.   The strength & value of the Symposium is the content we receive from the various authors.  We have some really good articles this year, but not as many as years past or as many as I would like.
If you have technical information you would like to share, a “how to” or just a good story, please let me know.
Bill Booth, Editor

CIAM (from FFn)

The Plenary meeting took place on May 7 and confirmed the
flight changes previously described in FFn as having been
passed by the F1 Technical Meeting in April FFn, including the
F1Q flyoff change to 7 minutes round time. A new version of
the the free flight sporting code, the F1 Volume, has been
published on the web site to include the immediate application
of the changes to the altitude flyoff rules in paragraph F1.1.4.
The only selection to be made for Free Flight Championships
was the choice between Romania and North Macedonia for the
2024 F1ABP Junior Champs. The vote awarded this to North
Romania was confirmed as host for the 2024 F1ABC European Champs

Sporting Code

As mentioned  in the excerpt from FFn there is an updated sporting code on the FAI web site . The link is   Remember that both General CIAM section and the F1 sections apply to Free Flight.  The changes to the altitude flyoff rules in paragraph F1.1.4. are marked with change bars.  This is a major revisions/clarification, good team work from the FFTSC on that.

For Sale

From: Roger Morrell
We are changing how we go to contests and chase so are selling our 5th Wheel Toy Box with the Tundra Truck and Kawasaki Bayou 220 ATV.   … no we are not selling the electric bike.  If interested reply to this SEN right away

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