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Feb 04, 2009, 07:02 PM
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Originally Posted by prondel
Hi,

You will also find an organiser's guide at the following addess:

http://rcsoaringpictures.free.fr/Ope...guidelines.htm

It is base on our experience in organizing competition, but it focuses more on major international competition. I'm sure there are some tips that can be reused.

Regards,

Pierre Rondel
www.planet-soaring.com
Hey that's brilliant too - thanks for that. Lots of good ideas here....wow....learning an awful lot from you guys...Top job!
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May 26, 2010, 09:33 PM
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So, Carbonfibre, did you ever get it happening down there??
I hope so.

R,
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May 26, 2010, 09:52 PM
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Hi Target, thanks for posting. Actually last year we held some great rounds of F3F. It has been a bit slower this year - I have moved city for work. We did get some great races in. We are moving into winter now, but hopefully in spring we will kick it off again.

Been enjoying watching ya on TV mate. We are half way thru the H v's V - fingers crossed you stick around

Thanks for keeping in touch - would love to have you pop into our New Zealand Forum if you are keen? I run it....http://rcsoaringcommunities.co.nz/ that would give the local boys a buzz.

Thanks again for your interest. I appreciate it.


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