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    RE: F3A World Scores

    Are the unknowns posted anywhere? Would love to read through them.

    Ahh, just ignore this one. They are on the page that is linked to the results in the first page from this
    Topic, guess I should have looked first!
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    RE: F3A World Scores


    ORIGINAL: TimBle



    From watching local pattern contests I conclude that a pattern snap is making it into the manoevre by the hairs breadth. Its a fast roll with the tail hanging it out just a bit. Not very nice to see. Pity its flown that way at the wolds as well. Why have an Aresti catalogue if how a manoevre is flown is open to interpretation?


    First pattern doe not actually use the Aresti catalog. There are many pattern figures that cannot be constructed using the catalog and its rules for figure construction. In addition, pattern does not use the K factors as presented in the Aresti catalog. Beyond that, the Aresti catalog carries no information about judging criteria. It is simply a document that provides for the systematic design of figures and sequences and the assignment of K factors of difficulty in a consistent manner.
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    RE: F3A World Scores


    ORIGINAL: twoturnspin

    Are the unknowns posted anywhere? Would love to read through them.

    Ahh, just ignore this one. They are on the page that is linked to the results in the first page from this
    Topic, guess I should have looked first!

    Have fun!!

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    http://www.modelaircraft.org/files/unknown2.pdf

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    RE: F3A World Scores


    ORIGINAL: twoturnspin

    Are the unknowns posted anywhere? Would love to read through them.

    Ahh, just ignore this one. They are on the page that is linked to the results in the first page from this
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    Here are the 2 unknowns.

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    RE: F3A World Scores

    Those look like really fun sequences!! I crashed my little stick plane twice!!LOL


    Go Team USA!! Keep up the great work!! Lets see both our finalists on the podium!!! Sitting here at the office is really no fun but I sending out as much Karma as I can. Go Get 'em guys!!!
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    RE: F3A World Scores

    Curious that we've heard no news. If they're on schedule, the contest has been over for at least an hour. I know I wouldn't have wanted to be a judge trying to sort out who was the best for this event. Sounds like everyone in the finals was putting out their best efforts.
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    RE: F3A World Scores

    Enquire'ing minds want to know!!!
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    RE: F3A World Scores


    ORIGINAL: 4u2nv-RCU

    Those look like really fun sequences!! I crashed my little stick plane twice!!LOL
    Please dont write stuff that funny, I just spat coffee over my keyboard!!
    Great line & I know exactly what you mean. How these guys come out and fly unknowns this hard so beautifully is just incredible. I saw the finals in Portugal and was amazed, was also fortunate enough to see the Tucson Shootout a few years back and felt the same way. Just grea to watch these guys do their thing so well.
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    RE: F3A World Scores

    ORIGINAL: mithrandir

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/modelai...57627301376102

    theres the nanswer no?
    Nope. That was Christophe returning the Champion's perpetual trophy during the opening ceremonies I believe. It was taken on July 25th.
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    RE: F3A World Scores


    ORIGINAL: Doug Cronkhite

    ORIGINAL: mithrandir

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/modelai...57627301376102

    theres the nanswer no?
    Nope. That was Christophe returning the Champion's perpetual trophy during the opening ceremonies I believe. It was taken on July 25th.

    ahhhhh...

    I hope Chip won!!

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    RE: F3A World Scores

    My guess is

    CPLR
    ONDA
    Jesky
    Hyde

    US takes the gold.

    Or maybe I got a phone call.

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    RE: F3A World Scores

    Same phone call I got.. haha
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    RE: F3A World Scores

    it would be interesting to take the total of the scores from the entire contest and see if that mixes up the final standings?
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    RE: F3A World Scores

    If CPLR won then it wouldn't shift anything. He's been rock solid the entire contest.

    Glad to see Andrew make it up on the box, but I feel bad for Chip. Sounds like he was on fire in the prelims and semis. Great effort by all regardless. Something tells me Onda-san is going to win it one of these years. Maybe Andrew too. They're both so close. CPLR won't be invincible forever.
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    RE: F3A World Scores

    1. CPLR
    2. Onda
    3. Andrew
    4. Chip

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    RE: F3A World Scores

    Andrew came to my local clubs pattern contest a few months ago.....

    my untrained amateur eyes could see no fault in his flying....

    awesome to see for sure....
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    RE: F3A World Scores

    Are these official results?,if they are it`s nice to see that Andrew placed third he has worked hard for it and deserves it.
    Surely Onda will do it someday and looks like Andrew is right up there now and with ambition for the win,but for now it looks that Christophe is unstoppable and reigns supreme.

    And congrats for the USA team for taking home the gold.

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    RE: F3A World Scores

    They are as official as the person who called me from the awards ceremony.

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    RE: F3A World Scores

    in case anyone is curious.....

    USA 2011
    1. C. Paysant-Le Roux (FRA) (mode 2)
    2. Tetsuo Onda (JPN) (mode 1 [?])
    3. Andrew Jesky (USA)
    4. Chip Hyde (USA)

    Team USA Takes Gold


    Portugal 2009
    1. C. Paysant-Le Roux (FRA) (mode 2)
    2. B. Paysant-Le Roux (FRA) (mode 2)
    3. Tetsuo Onda (JPN)


    Argentina 2007
    1. Quique Somenzini (USA) (mode 1)
    2. C. Paysant-Le Roux (FRA) (mode 2)
    3. Tetsuo Onda (JPN)

    France 2005
    1. C. Paysant-Le Roux (FRA) (mode 2)
    2. Tetsuo Onda (JPN)
    3. Roland Matt (LIE) (mode 1)


    Poland 2003
    1. C. Paysant-Le Roux (FRA) (mode 2)
    2. Quique Somenzini (ARG) (mode 1)
    3. Chip Hyde (USA)


    Ireland 2001
    1. C. Paysant-Le Roux (FRA) (mode 2)
    2. Quique Somenzini (ARG) (mode 1)
    3. Chip Hyde (USA)


    USA 1999
    1. C. Paysant-Le Roux (FRA) (mode 2)
    2. Giichi Naruke (JPN)
    3. Chip Hyde (USA)

    Poland 1997
    1. Giichi Naruke (JPN)
    2. C. Paysant-Le Roux (FRA) (mode 2)
    3. Wolfgang Matt (LIE) (mode 1)

    Japan 1995
    1. Giichi Naruke (JPN)
    2. Wolfgang Matt (LIE) (mode 1)
    3. C. Paysant-Le Roux (FRA) (mode 2)

    Austria 1993
    1. Hanno Prettner (AUT) (mode 1)
    2. Chip Hyde (USA)
    3. Wolfgang Matt (LIE) (mode 1)

    Australia 1991
    1. Chip Hyde (USA)
    2. Quique Somenzini (ARG) (mode 1)
    3. Dave von Linsowe (USA)

    USA 1989
    1. Hanno Prettner (AUT) (mode 1)
    2. Wolfgang Matt (LIE) (mode 1)
    3. Ivan Kristensen (CAN)

    France 1987
    1. Hanno Prettner (AUT) (mode 1)
    2. Wolfgang Matt (LIE) (mode 1)
    3. Bertram Lossen (GER)

    Netherlands 1985
    1. Hanno Prettner (AUT) (mode 1)
    2. Wolfgang Matt (LIE) (mode 1)
    3. Bertram Lossen (GER)

    USA 1983
    1. Hanno Prettner (AUT) (mode 1)
    2. Bertram Lossen (GER)
    3. Dave Brown (USA)

    Mexico 1981
    1. Hanno Prettner (AUT) (mode 1)
    2. Dave Brown (USA)
    3. Wolfgang Matt (LIE)

    South Africa 1979
    1. Wolfgang Matt (LIE) (mode 1)
    2. Dave Brown (USA)
    3. Mark Radcliff (USA)

    USA 1977
    1. Hanno Prettner (AUT) (mode 1)
    2. Dave Brown (USA)
    3. Wolfgang Matt (LIE) (mode 1)

    Switzerland 1975
    1. Wolfgang Matt (LIE) (mode 1)
    2. Hanno Prettner (AUT) (mode 1)
    3. Dave Brown (USA)

    Italy 1973
    1. Tsugutaka Yoshioka (JPN)
    2. Wolfgang Matt (LIE) (mode 1)
    3. Hanno Prettner (AUT) (mode 1)

    USA 1971
    1. Bruno Giezendanner (SUI) (mode 1 I believe.. not 100%)
    2. Wolfgang Matt (LIE) (mode 1)
    3. Phil Kraft (USA) (mode 1 I believe.. not 100%)

    Germany 1969
    1. Bruno Giezendanner (SUI) (mode 1 I believe.. not 100%)
    2. Phil Kraft (USA) (mode 1 I believe.. not 100%)
    3. Josef Wester (GER) (mode 1 I believe.. not 100%)

    France 1967
    1. Phil Kraft (USA) (mode 1 I believe.. not 100%)
    2. Pierre Marrot (FRA)
    3. Bauerheim (GER)

    Sweden 1965
    1. Ralph Brooke (USA)
    2. Chris Teuwen (BEL)
    3. Cliff Weirick (USA)

    Belgium 1963
    1. Ralph Brooke (USA)
    2. Fritz Bosch (GER)
    3. Ed Kazmirski (USA)

    United Kingdom 1962
    1. Tom Brett (USA)
    2. Harry Brooks (UK)
    3. Chris Olsen (UK)

    Switzerland 1960
    1. Ed Kazmirski (USA)
    2. Gustav Samann (GER)
    3. KH.Stegmaier (GER)
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    RE: F3A World Scores

    Thanks quist for posting the official final placements and hmm... one more thing long live YS POWER..!! [8D].sorry guys couldn`t resist it..!!.

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    RE: F3A World Scores

    mithrandir thanks for your post but i`m 100% sure that Christophe and his brother fly Mode 2 and not mode 1.

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    RE: F3A World Scores


    ORIGINAL: GiMsAcE

    mithrandir thanks for your post but i`m 100% sure that Christophe and his brother fly Mode 2 and not mode 1.
    Yep. They fly Mode 2.
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    RE: F3A World Scores

    ORIGINAL: NJRCFLYER2

    1. CPLR
    2. Onda
    3. Andrew
    4. Chip

    Just heard it from my NJÂ*spy on the scene...
    Congratulations to Team USA
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    Ugh!!

    Fixed... I think!!

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