Almost all pilots have reported passing the startlines. Unfortunately we have two reports of outlandings approximately 50 km out on task. Stay tuned!
All classes have launched despite a shower that came in over the field. It only delayed the launching for a few minutes. No one has had to land back so it seems to be flyable. The weather out on task seems to be slightly improving but there is always a risk of showers. We kep our fingers crossed and hope that all will come back to the field and to the party. The startlines are all open and the first starttimes are coming in.
Now it is in the bag! We have a contest day in the Club class!
We now have a clear contest day in the 15-meter class. Four verified flights over 100km and more on the way. In the Club class there is still a slight uncertainity, we have four verified flights over 100km and we need at least one more. Hopefully it will come soon.
It is a little to early to speculate about overall leaders but you are invited to study it on SoaringSpot or on opur website!
We are getting a lot of outlanding reports. As we have AAT tasks in both Club and 15-meter classes our distance estimates are just that – estimates. We feel quite certain that we have a contest in the 15-meter class but are less certain about the Club class. Check the results on SoaringSpot or on our own website! We just received Anne Ducarouge’s file. She made the task with a speed of 58 km/h. Well done indeed!