Congratulations to our National champions:
Intermediate: Richard Bohn
Advanced: Robert Caglia
Masters: Mark Hunt
F3A: Andrew Jesky
In addition, the F3A team for the World Championships in Switzerland next year is:
Joseph Szczur (Junior)
F3A Clarifications for P-15 and F-15
The Judging Committee has a few important clarifications to make for certain F3A maneuvers. We learned of these issues from the F3A Sub-committee chairman at the AOC F3A Competition in Thailand. We then did some research with our compatriots in Europe and the rest of the world. We decided it was very important to align ourselves with the rest of the FAI community in the world and to get this information out as quickly as possible so that all of our pilots and judges could digest this before our Nationals and Team Selection event in July.
FAI F3A Schedules for 2014 - 2015
The P-15 and F-15 score sheets, aresti, Powerpoints and call sheets have been posted on the Sequences page.
F3P Team Trials
Congratulations to RJ Gritter, Devin McGrath, Ryan Clark, and Joseph Szczur (Junior member) for being selected as the 1st ever F3P team to represent the USA at the F3P World Championships to be held in Warsaw, Poland in 2015!! The team trials were held on March 21-23 at the University of Akron's Stile Athletics Field House.
For a review of the event and to see the official results please click on the following link in RCGroups.
Judge Certification Materials Now Available
The 2014 certification tests for AMA and F3A have been rewritten. If you were certified for AMA last year, your certification is valid until the end of 2015 and you do not have to take the AMA certification test. Since new rules and schedules were implemented for F3A, you should take the FAI (F3A) certification test again. The study material are available to download (for free) to all NSRCA members. If you are not a current NSRCA member then you will need to pay $5 to download the material and take the test. You must be logged into the website in order to download the material and take the tests, and you also must be logged on to sign up for the judging material by paying $5.