Schedule and Results


Spring Cross-Country - 13th April 2014

1st        Bob Flood                     Dartmoor
2nd        Graham Tolhurst            WMSA
=3rd        Bob Flook                     WMSA
=3rd        Andy Fowles                 WMSA


Open PSS and Scale Glider Fly-In Day - 13th July 2014

This was held on 13th July 2014.


Open Themed Fly-in for Glider Wings - 7th September 2014

We are holding an Open Flying Wing for Gliders themed day up Crook Peak in Somerset. No problem flying any other sorts of glider aircraft but if you have a flying wing, bring it along and let’s see how many we can get flying. This is a free to enter non-competition event, but you must have proof of insurance.

Note: Originally this event was planned for the 10th August, but we were hit with the remnants of hurricane Bertha and the event was cancelled.


Autumn Cross-Country - 14th September 2014

1st         Chris Bowles                 Dartmoor
2nd        Bob Flood                     Dartmoor
3rd         Andy Davey                   WMSA


Guidelines

It is recommended that all entries are pre-registered by contacting the Competitions Secretary at least one week before the event date. This will allow the WMSA to contact all registered entrants if there is a change of details, cancellation etc.

Open competitions have an entry fee of £5 payable on the day of the competition. This is to help with the cost of trophies.

Fly-in days are free to enter.

Start time for cross country competitions is 10am prompt. The WMSA will endeavour to allow late arrivals to take part, but this may mean a shorter flying slot.

All entrants must provide details of third party insurance before they can fly.

35MHz even frequencies,2.4GHz, 27MHz solid colours or UHF only are to be flown. Non UK legal frequencies are not allowed. Each entrant must clip a peg with their name and channel identification clearly marked onto the pegboard before switching on their transmitter.

WMSA safety rules will be available and should be read by all entrants before flying.