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F3K Leauge Event Saturday 7th September 2019 - Twywell


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Neil Harrison

Here are the official final scores from today.

Many thanks to everyone, the conditions were extremely tough and it was a really challenging competition.

Very well done to Carlos Dos Santos for an amazing performance, very solid scoring throughout the day! 

Also very nice to see Scott Marshall who traveled over 2 hours to see F3K and DLG for the first time, maybe we will see him again soon but next time actually competing. 😉

 

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Tough conditions, but a very enjoyable day on Saturday. Thank you NeilH for running the contest. And thanks MikeF for travelling up to bring the equipment and help with timing.  

Congrats to Carlos on an excellent performance and first contest victory.   A lot of good descisions and great saves from precarious situations.

 

 

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I'm going to pack better sandwiches next time - I was in 5th place at the lunch break!

Thanks Neil H for the CDing and Mike F as always.

Well done Carlos.

Neil - do we get the timing breakdowns so I can be reminded how awful some of those flights really were?

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Can someone explain how the scores are achieved and how you win such a contest.

The written rules seems quite a read if your not familiar with the 'sport'

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Neil, can the software export  raw scores in flight groups instead of per pilot?   It is useful to go though score in relation to the group you flew in.

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Basically. Each task has a target number of seconds to fly. 

The top pilot in each group of pilots gets 1000 points all the other pilots’ score is a portion of 1000 based on the their number of seconds flown. 

In same tasks more than 1 pilot can get 1000 points if they score the maximum number of seconds in that round. 

If you have say 15 pilots in 3 groups, each group of pilots has a winner getting 1000 points for the task in that round. So at least 3 pilots get 1000. 

Conditions can change significantly, so it would be unfair to compare pilots from different groups in one round task. 

Paul

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