MANITOBA SOARING COUNCIL

 

 

2011 MSC On-Line Soaring Contest

October 12  2010 to October 11  2011

 

 

The Manitoba Soaring Council sanctions the contest. To participate, pilots must first enter the Canadian Decentralized National Competition.

 

General information and rules can be found at:

 

Rules for the MSC On-Line Soaring Contest:

 

The rules for the contest are simple. They will be exactly the same as for the OLC Competition except:

·        The competitor must be a member of a gliding organization that belongs to the Manitoba Soaring Council.

·        The start or finish point of claimed flights must be in Manitoba.

 

Pilots are reminded to claim their out of province flights in the region in which they are flown. For example, Invermere flights must be claimed for the BC/AB region.

 

A GPS logger is required to record flights to be submitted to the contest. GPS flight loggers conforming to the Canadian Decentralized National Competition (CDNC) will be mandatory. The Bonniere NMEA recorder is approved for use in the CDNC but not the World wide international competition. Canadian entrants with FAI approved loggers are automatically included in the Worldwide contest.

 

The OLC server does all scoring automatically when the flight is submitted. Club results are also scored for the OLC League where applicable. Participating pilots are responsible for submitting their own flights.

 

There is a zero tolerance policy on airspace violations for the MSC-OLC. Any flights entering controlled airspace without permission will be disqualified from the contest. Each pilot is expected to self-assess their flights and act as their own referee. Pilots submitting flights are responsible for ensuring that they have not violated controlled airspace prior to submitting their flight claim. Pilots who discover that they have violated controlled airspace after submitting their flight claim are responsible for deleting the flight claim using the OLC web page procedure.

 


 

2010 MSC On-Line Soaring Contest

October 14  2009 to October 11  2010

 

 

2010 was the eighth year for the Manitoba Soaring Council On-Line Contest. Each pilot’s best six flights were used to calculate their International, North American, Canadian, SK/MB Regional, and Manitoba scores.

 

 

 

 

OLC Classic Contest Rules

After the flight start point, up to five turn points and the finish point are determined on the flight trace, so that the scored points for the flights are maximized. Scores for each pilot are tabulated below for the MSC-OLC, CDNC, CDNC SK-MB Regional, Aerokurier International, and North American contests. The minimum score must be 50 points; flights with fewer points are displayed in the daily list, but are not scored. The raw points are multiplied by 100 and then divided by the applicable DAeC Index. The resulting final points are rounded to two decimal digits.

 

1 raw point per kilometre is granted for the distance from start point around three turnpoints to the fourth turnpoint. For the distance between the fourth turnpoint to the fifth turnpoint 0.8 raw points per kilometre are granted. For the distance between fifth turnpoint and the finish point 0.6 raw points per kilometre are granted. Turnpoint four and five, as well as the finish point can be the same.

 

OLC Classic

Pilot

MSC Provincial Online Contest

CDNC National Competition

CDNC  SK/MB

Regional

Competition

World Wide    

International 

Competition

North American

OLC

 

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Russ Flint

1131.58

1

2630.25

11

1517.65

16

2630.25

1335

2630.25

132

Jay Allardyce

1086.14

2

1086.14

90

1086.14

18

1086.14

5407

1086.14

562

Matt Chislett

1022.01

3

1022.01

100

1022.01

21

1022.01

5598

1022.01

585

Bruce Armstrong

985.38

4

985.38

105

985.38

22

985.38

5732

985.38

598

Glen Buhr

927.7

5

1464.14

56

927.7

25

1464.14

4235

1464.14

430

Andrzej Konarzewski

813.14

6

813.14

122

813.14

26

813.14

6361

813.14

664

Art Grant

678.06

7

678.06

135

678.06

28

678.06

6924

678.06

715

Frank Cwikla

571.48

8

571.48

146

571.48

31

571.48

7388

571.48

752

Mike Maskell

400.5

9

400.5

164

400.5

33

400.5

8411

400.5

833

Justin Gillespie

259.08

10

259.08

181

259.08

35

259.08

9508

259.08

908

Tim Fulcher

213.36

11

213.36

192

213.36

36

213.36

9975

213.36

950

Bryan Weber

166.42

12

166.42

200

166.42

37

166.42

10531

166.42

976

Susan Snell

147.58

13

147.58

204

147.58

38

147.58

10764

147.58

990

Mike Basford

128.9

14

128.9

209

128.9

40

128.9

11042

128.9

1009

Robert Klapprat

102.68

15

102.68

218

102.68

42

102.68

11430

102.68

1040

Charlie Porter

88.5

16

88.5

220

88.5

43

88.5

11649

88.5

1054

Total Participants

 

16

 

242

 

44

 

12333

 

1102

Total OLC points scored

11241

 

14561

 

11241

 

14561

 

14561

 

Number of Flights

107

 

117

 

107

 

117

 

117

 

WGC Club Standing

-

-

 

9th of 36

 

1st of 12

 

477 of  1382

 

46th of  175

 

OLC Classic Novice Category Contest Rules

 In 2010, the Manitoba Soaring Council changed the rules for the MSC Jeff Tinkler Memorial Trophy to match the revised CDNC OLC Novice Class competition rules. A Novice is defined as a pilot with less than 200 hours P1 at the start of the OLC scoring season. The Jeff Tinkler Trophy is presented to the MSC OLC Classic Novice Class Contest winner. Justin Gillespie was the 2010 winner with a 259 OLC points in 6 flights.

 

FAI-OLC Contest Rules (in the style of the FAI rules)

The maximum distance FAI triangle will be placed in the recorded, closed circuit flight track. The shortest leg has to be at least 28% of the total distance, or if the total distance is more than 500 km, then the shortest leg has to be at least 25% and the longest leg can be a maximum of 45% of the total distance. The flight track counts as a closed circuit if there is at least one valid GPS fix within one km of the starting point.

 

The minimum score must be 50 points; flights with fewer points are displayed in the daily list, but are not scored. The raw points are multiplied by 100 and then divided by the applicable DAeC Index. The resulting final points are rounded to two decimal digits. The distance around three waypoints is scored with 1 raw point per kilometre.

 

FAI-OLC

Pilot

MSC OLC

FAI-OLC

CDNC

FAI-OLC

CDNC FAI-OLC SK/MB Regional Competition

World Wide

FAI-OLC

Competition

 

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Russ Flint

629.82

1

746.91

45

629.82

15

746.91

3540

Glen Buhr

599.8

2

599.8

58

599.8

16

599.8

4162

Matt Chislett

533.1

3

533.1

65

533.1

18

533.1

4480

Bruce Armstrong

452.41

4

452.41

71

452.41

21

452.41

4937

Jay Allardyce

427.89

5

427.89

73

427.89

22

427.89

5049

Art Grant

385.93

6

385.93

79

385.93

24

385.93

5312

Frank Cwikla

 

7

 

90

297.66

26

297.66

5927

Mike Maskell

281.11

8

281.11

93

281.11

27

281.11

6058

Charlie Porter

70.44

9

70.44

129

70.44

30

70.44

8637

Robert Klapprat

64.63

10

 

64.63

131

64.63

31

64.63

8806

Andrzej  Konarzewski

59.35

11

59.35

137

59.35

32

59.35

8956

Bryan  Weber

58.38

12

58.38

138

58.38

33

58.38

8978

Susan Snell

56.03

13

56.03

143

56.03

34

56.03

9052

Justin Gillespie

52.97

14

52.97

147

52.97

36

52.97

9152

Total Participants

 

14

 

149

 

36

 

9264

 

 

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 Speed-OLC Contest Rules

 

The scoring distance is calculated on OLC-Classic-Rules. Sprint start point and sprint end point are positioned such that the sum of distances between sprint start point and sprint end point becomes as large as possible. End of sprint may be chosen a maximum of 150 minutes after start of sprint. Sprint start point and sprint end point must each be recorded as GPS fixes on the flight track. Sprint turnpoints correspond to 3 turnpoints of the OLC-Classic-scoring, which must be positioned between sprint start and sprint end

 

The average speed (points) of each individual flight is the sum of the distances from sprint start, around up to three turnpoints, to the sprint end divided DAeC index increased by 100, multiplied by 200 and divided by 2.5h: [formula: Points = km / 2,5 * 200 / (Index+100) The OLC-League-average-speed per round for a club is calculated from the sum of the three highest average speeds of all different pilots of a club. Only flights with an average of min 20 km/h will be scored.

 

 

Speed-OLC

Pilot

MSC OLC

Speed-OLC

CDNC

Speed-OLC

CDNC Speed-OLC SK/MB Regional Competition

World Wide

Speed-OLC

Competition

 

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Russ Flint

314.04

1

529.39

16

314.04

14

529.39

1803

Jay Allardyce

200.73

2

200.73

99

200.73

20

200.73

5867

Art Grant

163.75

3

163.75

113

163.75

24

163.75

6390

Bruce Armstrong

123.77

4

123.77

123

123.77

27

123.77

7114

Glen Buhr

111.3

5

326.1

79

111.3

28

326.1

4580

Frank Cwikla

110.94

6

110.94

129

110.94

29

110.94

7416

Matt Chislett

106.43

7

106.43

130

106.43

30

106.43

7481

Andrzej  Konarzewski

52.25

8

52.25

156

52.25

33

52.25

9497

Total Participants

 

8

 

160

 

33

 

9697

 

 

Club results

 

CDNC OLC

The Winnipeg Gliding Club team finished in 9th place out of 36 clubs in the CDNC club category.

 

FAI-OLC League

The Winnipeg Gliding Club team finished in 12th place in a field of 23 Canadian clubs and in 566th place out of 1069 clubs in the 2010 IGC-OLC World League.

 


 

2009 MSC On-Line Soaring Contest

October 14  2008 to October 13  2009

 

 

2009 was the seventh year for the Manitoba Soaring Council On-Line Contest. Each pilot’s best six flights were used to calculate their International, North American, Canadian, SK/MB Regional, and Manitoba scores.

 

OLC Classic Contest Rules

After the flight start point, up to five turn points and the finish point are determined on the flight trace, so that the scored points for the flights are maximized. Scores for each pilot are tabulated below for the MSC-OLC, CDNC, CDNC SK-MB Regional, Aerokurier International, and North American contests. The minimum score must be 50 points; flights with fewer points are displayed in the daily list, but are not scored. The raw points are multiplied by 100 and then divided by the applicable DAeC Index. The resulting final points are rounded to two decimal digits.

 

1 raw point per kilometre is granted for the distance from start point around three turnpoints to the fourth turnpoint. For the distance between the fourth turnpoint to the fifth turnpoint 0.8 raw points per kilometre are granted. For the distance between fifth turnpoint and the finish point 0.6 raw points per kilometre are granted. Turnpoint four and five, as well as the finish point can be the same.

 

OLC Classic

Pilot

MSC Provincial Online Contest

CDNC National Competition

CDNC  SK/MB

Regional

Competition

World Wide     

International 

Competition

North American

OLC

 

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Russ Flint

1517.65

1

2271.71

18

1517.65

1

2271.71

1894

1517.65

220

Art Grant

1391.17

2

1391.17

56

1391.17

4

1391.17

4250

1391.17

456

Matt Chislett

1224.21

3

1224.21

73

1224.21

5

1224.21

4772

1224.21

511

Bruce Armstrong

896.91

4

896.91

101

896.91

9

896.91

5911

896.91

623

Glen Buhr

895.39

5

1439.67

53

895.39

10

895.39

4100

895.39

449

Jay Allardyce

882.06

6

1089.41

90

1089.41

7

882.06

5239

882.06

560

Frank Cwikla

650.80

7

954.69

99

954.69

8

650.80

5688

650.80

605

Mike Maskell

576.49

8

576.49

137

576.49

15

576.49

7268

576.49

754

Jim Oke

350.12

9

882.50

105

882.50

12

350.12

5974

350.12

630

Justin Gillespie

279.97

10

279.97

184

279.97

23

279.97

9209

279.97

930

Mike Basford

203.33

11

203.33

203

203.33

29

203.33

9998

203.33

990

Robert Klapprat

156.24

12

156.24

215

156.24

30

156.24

10565

156.24

1037

Bryan Weber

126.29

13

126.29

223

126.29

31

126.29

11020

126.29

1067

Susan Snell

105.27

14

105.27

230

105.27

32

105.27

11312

105.27

1085

Andrzej Konarzewski

51.93

15

51.93

261

51.93

35

51.93

12240

51.93

1144

Total Participants

 

15

 

264

 

35

 

12265

 

1148

Total OLC points scored

12,480

 

17,102

 

12,990

 

17,102

 

17,102

 

Number of Flights

95

 

115

 

99

 

115

 

115

 

WGC Club Standing

-

-

 

9th of 41

 

1st of 9

 

410th of 1,367

 

45th of 181

 

 

FAI-OLC Contest Rules (in the style of the FAI rules)

The maximum distance FAI triangle will be placed in the recorded, closed circuit flight track. The shortest leg has to be at least 28% of the total distance, or if the total distance is more than 500 km, then the shortest leg has to be at least 25% and the longest leg can be a maximum of 45% of the total distance. The flight track counts as a closed circuit if there is at least one valid GPS fix within one km of the starting point.

 

The minimum score must be 50 points; flights with fewer points are displayed in the daily list, but are not scored. The raw points are multiplied by 100 and then divided by the applicable DAeC Index. The resulting final points are rounded to two decimal digits. The distance around three waypoints is scored with 1 raw point per kilometre.

 

FAI-OLC

Pilot

MSC OLC

FAI-OLC

CDNC

FAI-OLC

CDNC FAI-OLC SK/MB Regional Competition

World Wide

FAI-OLC

Competition

 

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Russ Flint

1200.57

1

1263.48

17

1200.57

1

1263.48

1635

Matt Chislett

919.80

2

919.80

34

919.80

4

919.80

2678

Art Grant

789.78

3

789.78

44

789.78

5

789.78

3155

Glen Buhr

675.94

4

818.89

40

675.94

8

818.89

3036

Jay Allardyce

579.21

5

764.66

46

764.66

6

764.66

3263

Frank Cwikla

429.99

6

659.53

55

659.53

9

659.53

3709

Mike Maskell

386.27

7

386.27

80

386.27

16

386.27

5108

Bruce Armstrong

363.51

8

363.51

81

363.51

17

363.51

5250

Justin Gillespie

176.53

9

176.53

104

176.53

23

176.53

6980

Jim Oke

131.49

10

609.97

59

609.97

10

609.97

3959

Robert Klapprat

68.02

11

 

68.02

143

68.02

25

68.02

8633

Total Participants

 

11

 

155

 

27

 

9193

 

 

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 Speed-OLC Contest Rules

 

The scoring distance is calculated on OLC-Classic-Rules. Sprint start point and sprint end point are positioned such that the sum of distances between sprint start point and sprint end point becomes as large as possible. End of sprint may be chosen a maximum of 150 minutes after start of sprint. Sprint start point and sprint end point must each be recorded as GPS fixes on the flight track. Sprint turnpoints correspond to 3 turnpoints of the OLC-Classic-scoring, which must be positioned between sprint start and sprint end

 

The average speed (points) of each individual flight is the sum of the distances from sprint start, around up to three turnpoints, to the sprint end divided DAeC index increased by 100, multiplied by 200 and divided by 2.5h: [formula: Points = km / 2,5 * 200 / (Index+100) The OLC-League-average-speed per round for a club is calculated from the sum of the three highest average speeds of all different pilots of a club. Only flights with an average of min 20 km/h will be scored.

 

 

Speed-OLC

Pilot

MSC OLC

Speed-OLC

CDNC

Speed-OLC

CDNC Speed-OLC SK/MB Regional Competition

World Wide

Speed-OLC

Competition

 

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Art Grant

382.22

1

382.22

58

382.22

3

382.22

3980

Russ Flint

375.83

2

517.56

20

375.83

4

517.56

1978

Matt Chislett

289.99

3

289.99

76

289.99

5

289.99

4788

Frank Cwikla

123.10

4

196.88

94

196.88

8

196.88

5788

Jay Allardyce

113.06

5

174.28

102

174.28

10

174.28

6100

Glen Buhr

69.23

6

349.34

63

69.23

19

349.34

4255

Bruce Armstrong

59.29

7

59.29

138

59.29

21

59.29

8782

Jim Oke

58.37

8

195.71

95

195.71

9

195.71

5800

Total Participants

 

8

 

159

 

26

 

9599

 

 

Club results

 

CDNC OLC

The Winnipeg Gliding Club team finished in 9th place out of 41 clubs in the CDNC club category.

 

FAI-OLC League

The Winnipeg Gliding Club team finished in 4th place in a field of 24 Canadian clubs and in 293rd place out of 1067 clubs in the 2009 IGC-OLC World League.

 


 

OLC-Logo neu 1202008 MSC On-Line Soaring Contest

October 9  2007 to October 13  2008

 

 

2008 was the sixth year for the Manitoba Soaring Council On-Line Contest. Each pilot’s best six flights were used to calculate their International, North American, Canadian, SK/MB Regional, and Manitoba scores. Twelve pilots from the Winnipeg Gliding Club participated.

 

OLC Classic Contest Rules

After the flight start point, up to five turn points and the finish point are determined on the flight trace, so that the scored points for the flights are maximized. Scores for each pilot are tabulated below for the MSC-OLC, CDNC, CDNC SK-MB Regional, Aerokurier International, and North American contests.

 

OLC Classic

Pilot

MSC Provincial Online Contest

CDNC National Competition

CDNC  SK/MB

Regional

Competition

World Wide    

International 

Competition

North American

OLC

 

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Matt Chislett

1232.13

1

 

1232.13

60

1232.13

2

1232.13

4437

1232.13

456

Art Grant

1146.12

2

1146.12

67

1146.12

5

1146.12

4627

1146.12

491

Bruce Armstrong

1066.99

3

1066.99

74

1066.99

6

1066.99

4829

1066.99

509

Russ Flint

1044.95

4

1044.95

76

1044.95

7

1044.95

4903

1044.95

516

Glen Buhr

918.86

5

918.86

89

918.86

9

918.86

5319

918.86

554

Mike Maskell

671.23

6

671.23

107

671.23

11

671.23

6918

671.23

628

Frank Cwikla

621.82

7

985.86

83

985.86

8

985.86

5068

985.86

534

Susan Snell

381.31

8

381.31

137

381.31

17

381.31

7613

381.31

748

Mike Basford

379.67

9

379.67

138

379.67

18

379.67

7619

379.67

749

Jim Oke

194.60

10

194.60

172

194.60

21

194.60

9172

194.60

870

Greg McKinnon

109.86

11

109.86

199

109.86

22

109.86

10164

109.86

954

Andrzej Konarzewski

95.94

12

95.94

202

95.94

23

95.94

10323

95.94

963

Total Participants

 

12

 

 

220

 

23

 

10980

 

1003

Total OLC points scored

7863.

 

8228.

 

8228.

 

8228.

 

8228.

 

Number of Flights

83

 

83

 

83

 

83

 

83

 

WGC Club Standing

 

 

 

11th out of 39 clubs

 

1st out of 6 clubs

 

557th out of 1330 clubs

 

59th out of 165 clubs

 

FAI-OLC Contest Rules (in the style of the FAI rules)

The maximum distance FAI triangle will be placed in the recorded, closed circuit flight track. The shortest leg has to be at least 28% of the total distance, or if the total distance is more than 500 km, then the shortest leg has to be at least 25% and the longest leg can be a maximum of 45% of the total distance. The flight track counts as a closed circuit if there is at least one valid GPS fix within one km of the starting point.

  

FAI-OLC

Pilot

MSC OLC

FAI-OLC

CDNC

FAI-OLC

CDNC FAI-OLC SK/MB Regional Competition

World Wide

FAI-OLC

Competition

 

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Art Grant

831.62

1

831.62

37

831.62

3

831.62

3321

Glen Buhr

800.95

2

800.95

38

800.95

4

800.95

3446

Matt Chislett

765.22

3

765.22

43

765.22

5

765.22

3584

Bruce Armstrong

731.67

4

731.67

48

731.67

6

731.67

3723

Russ Flint

651.58

5

651.58

60

651.58

7

651.58

4131

Frank Cwikla

519.00

6

638.98

61

638.98

8

638.98

4189

Mike Maskell

361.90

7

361.90

101

361.90

11

361.90

5943

Mike Basford

329.58

8

329.58

108

329.58

13

329.58

6227

Susan Snell

266.62

9

266.62

122

266.62

15

266.62

6760

Andrzej Konarzewski

123.72

10

123.72

160

123.72

18

123.72

8547

Jim Oke

96.36

11

96.36

176

96.36

20

96.36

9015

Greg McKinnon

66.11

12

66.11

 

66.11

 

66.11

9639

Total points

5544.

 

5664.

 

5664.

 

5664.

 

Total Participants

 

12

 

 

242

 

25

 

11595

 

Club results

 

CDNC OLC

The Winnipeg Gliding Club team finished in 11th place out of 39 clubs in the CDNC club category with a total of 10370 OLC points.

 

FAI-OLC League

The Winnipeg Gliding Club team finished in 283rd place out of 1050 clubs in the 2008 IGC-OLC World League and in 4th place in a field of 23 Canadian clubs.

 


 

OLC-Logo neu 1202007 MSC On-Line Soaring Contest

October 10 2006 to October 8 2007

 

 

2007 was the fifth year for the Manitoba Soaring Council On-Line Contest. Each pilot’s best six flights were used to calculate their International, North American, Canadian, SK/MB Regional, and Manitoba scores. Ten pilots from the Winnipeg Gliding Club participated.

 

OLC Classic Contest Rules

After the flight start point, up to five turn points and the finish point are determined on the flight trace, so that the scored points for the flights are maximized. Scores for each pilot are tabulated below for the MSC-OLC, CDNC, CDNC SK-MB Regional, Aerokurier International, and North American contests.

 

MSC OLC

Russ Flint finished in first place in the MSC Online Contest with a 6-flight total of 1522.17 OLC points. The longest flight of the year was on August 19th when Russ Flint flew 346 km, earning him 330.93 OLC points.

 

CDNC OLC

Hans Binder from the Rocky Mountain Soaring Club was the winner of the Canadian Decentralized National Competition. Russ Flint was the top Manitoban, finishing in 20th place. Frank Cwikla was 10th in the Novice Class, Jay Allardyce finished in first place in the Junior class and 4th in the Novice class. Russ Flint finished in 13th place in the Seniors class.

 

CDNC OLC – SK/MB Regional results

Russ Flint won the CDNC SK/MB regional competition.

 

CDNC OLC – BC/AB Regional results

Russ Flint finished in 14th place in the CDNC BC/AB regional competition.

 

CDNC OLC – ON/QU Regional results

Jay Allardyce finished in 23rd place and Jim Oke ended up in 49th place in the CDNC ON/QU regional competition out of 138 pilots.

 

Aerokurier International Competition

Russ Flint was the top Manitoban, finishing in 1194th place in a field of 9722 international pilots.

 

North America OLC Competition

Russ Flint was the top Manitoban, finishing in 157th place out of 946 pilots.

 

 

OLC Classic

Pilot

MSC Provincial Online Contest

CDNC National Competition

CDNC  SK/MB

Regional

Competition

CDNC BC/AB

Regional

Competition

Aerokurier    

International 

Competition

North American

OLC

 

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Russ Flint

1522.17

1

2338.18

20

1522.17

1

2051.23

14

2338.18

1194

2338.18

157

Matt Chislett

1234.26

2

 

1781.79

41

1234.26

3

1677.68

19

1781.79

2285

1781.79

284

Frank Cwikla

1039.34

3

1039.34

91

1039.34

4

 

 

1039.34

4115

1039.34

510

Art Grant

951.49

4

1966.08

33

951.49

5

1801.86

17

1966.08

1897

1966.08

231

Bruce Armstrong

922.05

5

922.05

101

922.05

6

 

 

922.05

4436

922.05

547

Glen Buhr

836.81

6

1339.49

69

836.81

7

1265.00

26

1339.49

3343

1339.49

422

Mike Maskell

622.28

7

622.28

124

622.28

9

 

 

622.28

5407

622.28

630

Bryan Weber

485.07

8

485.07

137

485.07

11

 

 

485.07

6014

485.07

687

Susan Snell

366.12

9

366.12

152

366.12

14

 

 

366.12

6589

366.12

729

Andrzej Konarzewski

263.92

10

263.92

169

263.92

16

 

 

263.92

7348

263.92

792

Jay Allardyce

-

-

1885.69

39

-

-

 

 

1885.69

2043

1885.69

259

Jim Oke

-

-

1220.35

76

-

-

 

 

1220.35

3630

1220.35

458

Total Participants

 

10

 

 

222

 

17

 

82

 

9722

 

946

Total OLC points scored

8243.51

 

14230.36

 

8243.51

 

6795.77

 

14230.36

 

14230.36

 

Number of Flights

52

 

112

 

52

 

24

 

112

 

112

 

WGC Club Standing

 

 

 

9th out of 28 clubs

 

1st out of  3 clubs

 

 

 

285th out of 1259 clubs

 

38th out of 131 clubs

 

FAI-OLC Contest Rules (in the style of the FAI rules)

The maximum distance FAI triangle will be placed in the recorded, closed circuit flight track. The shortest leg has to be at least 28% of the total distance, or if the total distance is more than 500 km, then the shortest leg has to be at least 25% and the longest leg can be a maximum of 45% of the total distance. The flight track counts as a closed circuit if there is at least one valid GPS fix within one km of the starting point.

 

Scores for each pilot are tabulated below for the various FAI-OLC contests.

 

MSC FAI-OLC

Russ Flint finished in first place with 962.22 points.

 

CDNC FAI-OLC

Tim Wood was the Canadian winner. Russ Flint was the top Manitoban, finishing in 20th place.

 

CDNC FAI-OLC – SK/MB Regional results

Russ Flint won the SK/MB regional competition.

 

CDNC FAI-OLC – BC/AB Regional results

Matt Chislett finished 17th in the BC/AB regional competition.

 

CDNC FAI-OLC – ON/QU Regional results

Jay Allardyce finished in 23rd place and Jim Oke ended up in 48th place in the CDNC ON/QU regional competition out of 145 pilots.

 

FAI-OLC

Pilot

MSC OLC

FAI-OLC

CDNC

FAI-OLC

CDNC FAI-OLC SK/MB Regional Competition

CDNC FAI-OLC BC/AB Regional Competition

 

 

 

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Score

Standing

Russ Flint

962.22

1

1253.65

20

962.22

1

735.66

18

Matt Chislett

937.51

2

1131.34

27

937.51

2

754.41

17

Frank Cwikla

755.19

3

755.19

61

755.19

4

 

 

Bruce Armstrong

639.15

4

639.15

74

639.15

5

 

 

Glen Buhr

636.88

5

636.88

77

636.88

6

238.77

44

Art Grant

522.01

6

745.71

64

522.01

8

422.40

33

Bryan Weber

350.34

7

350.34

113

350.34

11

 

 

Susan Snell

249.56

8

249.56

134

249.56

13

 

 

Mike Maskell

157.34

9

157.34

159

157.34

16

 

 

Andrzej Konarzewski

98.90

10

98.90

182

98.90

17

 

 

Jim Oke

9.00

11

716.87

69

9.00

18

 

 

Jay Allardyce

-

-

1142.99

26

-

-

 

 

Total Participants

 

11

 

 

234

 

18

 

87

Total OLC points scored

5318.10

 

7877.92

 

5318.10

 

2151.24

 

Number of Flights

52

 

112

 

52

 

24

 

 

Club results

 

CDNC OLC

The Winnipeg Gliding Club team finished in 9th place out of 28 clubs in the CDNC club category with a total of 18357 OLC points from 112 flights.

 

 FAI-OLC League

The Winnipeg Gliding Club team finished in 72nd place out of 374 clubs in the 2007 IGC-OLC World League and in 7th place in a field of 24 Canadian clubs.

 


 

OLC-Logo neu 1202006 MSC On-Line Soaring Contest

October 11 2005 to October 9 2006

 

 

2006 was the fourth year for the Manitoba Soaring Council On-Line Contest. The contest was based on the Aerokurier International Online Competition (OLC) and the Canadian Decentralized National Competition (CDNC). All three OLC contests ran from October 11th 2005 to October 9th 2006.  Each pilot’s best six flights were used to calculate their International, North American, Canadian, SK/MB Regional, and Manitoba scores. Fourteen pilots from the Winnipeg Gliding Club participated.

 

2006 was the most successful year to date yet for the MSC OLC!

·        18,628 CDNC OLC points, the highest number ever recorded by Manitoba pilots,

·        10,780 MSC OLC points, the highest number ever,

·        One flight with a score more than 400 OLC points,

·        Six other flights with scores greater than 300 OLC points,

·        Twelve additional flights with scores more than 200 OLC points,

·        Many personal bests for Manitoba pilots.

 

OLC Classic

After the flight start point, up to five turn points and the finish point are determined on the flight trace, so that the scored points for the flights are maximized. Scores for each pilot are tabulated below for th