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    2014 IAC Contest News!

    Doug Lovell and I will be posting IAC aerobatic contest results and IAC Regional Series competitor standings updates here as the season progresses. If anyone has questions, please start a separate thread to capture that question and all of the info that is offered as answers.

    As they say in the auto racing world, gentlemen start your engines.

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    March 22

    IAC Chapter 288 hosted our first aerobatic contest of the 2014 season. Aptly named "Kickoff", the Phil Schacht Aerobatic Kickoff flew March 21, 22 at Keystone Heights (42J), between Gainesville and St. Augustine, about forty miles SSW of Jacksonville, in northeast Florida.

    Andrea Luethi directed the contest.

    Primary flew four flights at Keystone with four pilots participating. The first flight was won by John DeGennaro, who flew second place on the remaining flights and took first place overall. Winston Wright won the second flight and made second overall. Richard Snarr won the last two flights, but could not make up for zeroed figures on the first two. Faith Drewry placed third overall. Judging Primary were Kevin Campbell, Steve Johnson, Marty Flournoy, Mark Stewart, and Jim Wells. Fred Weaver was Chief Judge.

    Sportsman flew three flights. Six pilots participated. Michael Breshears was first place overall, followed by Chris Rudd and Ken Hunt. Marcus Cade earned first place on the first and third flights. Jeffrey Schneider won the second flight. Sportsman judges were Jim Wells, Kevin Campbell, Mark Stewart, Stan Moye, Chuck Cohen, Lauren Thornton, and Foster Bachschmidt. Steve Johnson was Chief Judge.

    Jim Wells won Intermediate with first place and a solid point lead on the Unknown. John Wacker was second, winning the Known. Chuck Cohen was third, winning the free. These were the three pilots competing in Intermediate. Steve Johnson, Marty Flournoy, Fred Weaver, Kevin Campbell, Stan Moye, Foster Bachschmidt, and Lauren Thornton judged Intermediate. Chris Rudd was Chief Judge.

    Advanced had six competitors. Marty Flournoy earned first place, followed by Stan Moye and Mark Stewart. Steve Johnson won the Known and the Free. Mark Stewart won the Unknown. Advanced judges were Chris Rudd, Jim Wells, Chuck Cohen, Kevin Campbell, Foster Bachschmidt, and Laurie Ramirez.

    Unlimited had two competitors. Nick Onn won the Known and the Free, the only flights flown. Val Rahmani was second. Kevin Campbell, Steve Johnson, Marty Flournoy, Mark Stewart, Jim Wells, Fred Weaver, and Stan Moye judged, Chris Rudd chiefed Unlimited.

    Congratulate the Keystone Winners: Primary, John DeGennaro Sportsman, Michael Breshears Intermediate, Jim Wells Advanced, Marty Flournoy Unlimited, Nick Onn

    Congratulate Chapter 288 on posting the kickoff of the 2014 IAC Aerobatic Contest season.

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    April 23

    Results from Borrego are in. The San Diego Hammerheads, Chapter 36 hosted their Roundup at Borrego Springs, CA. Borrego sits between Escondido and the Salton Sea; between Palm Springs and San Diego in southern California, thirty five or forty miles north of the border with Mexico. This is reported to be one of the best marked boxes in the nation. The IAC Board has selected Borrego as the U.S.A. bid site for the World Advanced Aerobatic Championships in 2016. Yolandi Jooste directed the contest.

    In Primary, Nicolaas Vlok was best of four pilots. He won the first and third flights. Thomas Goetze, second place, won the second flight.

    In Sportsman, Beth Stanton bested a field of five. If you have read the April Issue of Sport Aerobatics Magazine, you might have enjoyed Beth's very fun article about mentally preparing for competition flights. She's doing something right. She won the second and third flights. Jim Bourke won the first.

    Intermediate pilot Matthew Dunfee earned best of three. He also earned first place for the Known, Free, and Unknown. Congratulate Matthew on his perfecta trifecta and 82.65% take of the points.

    Advanced had the largest field, with six pilots. Hiroyasu Endo won overall, the Known, and on the Free, just a shade ahead of Michael Hartenstine, who won the Unknown and second place. Four pilots flew Unlimited, with Tim Just ranking at the top. Tim won the Known and the Free flights. He took second to Malcolm Pond on the Unknown.

    Judges for the contest were Doug Sowder(P,I,U), Hiroyasu Endo(P,I,U), Mike Eggen(P,I,U), Hal Raish(P,S,I,A,U), Bob Meyer(P,S,I,A,U), Peggy Riedinger(P,S,I,A,U), Barrett Hines(S,A), Norman Manary(S,A), Michael Church(S,A), Tim Just(S,A), and Malcolm Pond(S,A). Casey Erickson presided as Chief Judge for all categories and all flights.

    Congratulate the Borrego Best: Primary: Nicolaas Vlok Sportsman: Beth Stanton Intermediate: Matthew Dunfee Advanced: Hiroyasu Endo Unlimited: Tim Just

    Things are quiet this weekend; however next weekend, the first weekend of May, has a full calendar of three contests. According to the IAC contest calendar, http://www.usnationalaerobatics.org/...estListing.asp the Southwest will host the Duel in the Desert at Apple Valley, CA; the Southeast will host Sebring at Sebring, FL; and the Northeast Chapter 19 will host the Carolina Boogie at Wilson, NC.

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    Spring Sebring Contest Results!


    Congratulate Cortland Dines, Primary; David Cade, Sportsman; Dean Meredith, Intermediate; Stan Moye, Advanced; and Hector Ramirez, Unlimited-- all power, all winners at Sebring Spring, hosted by IAC Chapter 23 and John McKinney in Sebring, Florida at the beginning of this month.


    This Sebring contest suffered unusually mean weather from a rainy front that poured water all over the gulf coast and northern Florida. Sebring flew the Known and Free flights of each category.
    Cortland Hines won both Primary flights to best Douglas Gallagher and a field of four. Cortland flies an S2B. Two pilots shared an S2A. We're curious to see something about the "Rud Aero RA-3" flown by Eugene Zakharenkov. Jim Wells was chief, Lauren Thornton, Chuck Cohen, Bill Dearman, Stan Moye, and Mark Stewart judged.


    David Cade won the Sportsman Known, Shiloh Dudley won the Sportsman Free. They were first and second, respectively overall, in a field of eight competitors. David flew an Extra 230, Shiloh a Super Decathlon. The rest of the field flew an S2A, S2B, and Chris Rudd flew a One Design. Jim Wells was chief, Lauren Thornton, Chuck Cohen, Bill Dearman, Stan Moye, Mark Stewart, Gary Soud, Liz Weaver, and Thomas Bittle judged.


    Intermediate, the largest category at Sebring, with nine competitors, showed some drama as Dean Meredith came back from sixth place on the Known to win the Free and win the category. He received an unheard-of 90.27 percent of possible points for his performance in the Free program flying a Giles 202. First place on the Known went to Fred Whitsitt, who did not fly the Free. Fred flew an S2B. Alain Aguayo took second overall, flying an S2B, placing third on the Known and second on the Free. Jim Wells took second on the Known flying his Giles 202.


    Fred Weaver served as chief for Intermediate. Robert Gordon, Foster Bachschmidt, Marty Flournoy, Stephen Hill, Pete Eslick, Thomas Bittle, and Gary Soud served as judges.
    Stan Moye won both flights and overall in the Advanced category. He is flying an Extra 300S this year. Foster Bachschmidt took second to Stan on both flights flying an Extra 300LX. The remaining four Advanced competitors, each flew a different make and model. Marty Flournoy flew a Giles 202. Abbott Kagan flew a Sukhoi 29. Mark Stewart flew a Panzel S330. Dan Salcedo flew his Supah Stinkah Pitts S1-11. Jim Wells was chief judge. Stephen Hill, Chris Rudd, Hector Ramirez, Thomas Bittle, and Fred Weaver judged.

    The two Unlimited pilots Hector Ramirez and Joe Brinker took first and second, respectively, of everything. Hector flies an Extra 300SC. If you would like to see the relatively new, rare, German, XtremeAir XA42, find a contest where Joe Brinker is flying. The plane Joe flew at Sebring has a German registration.
    Fred Weaver was chief judge; Robert Gordon, Foster Bachschmidt, Marty Flournoy, Stephen Hill, Pete Eslick, Thomas Bittle, and Gary Soud served as judges for Unlimited.


    Coming up on the IAC Contest Calendar, http://www.usnationalaerobatics.org/...estListing.asp are the Ben Lowell Aerial Confrontation, May 23, at Lamar, Colorado; and the following weekend, May 30, three contests: the Bear Creek Bash in Rome, Georgia; the Wildwoods Acroblast in Cape May, New Jersey; and the Coalinga Western Showdown in Coalinga, California.

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    From Apple Valley, California

    Twenty-five pilots posted results at Chapter 49's Duel in the Desert at Apple Valley, CA at the beginning of the month. The contest included a Duel between Tim Just and Patrick Dugan on the Four Minute Free program.



    Apple Valley is Northeast of Los Angeles, up interstate 15 through the pass north of San Bernadino, just past Victorville. By air, ten miles east of the Victorville VOR at 3062 feet elevation.


    Mignon Gery dueled with Gary Debaun in Primary. Gery vs. Gary, and Gery won. Mignon Gery was first Primary overall, top ranked on the first and third flights. Gary Debaun won the second flight.


    Six pilots flew Sportsman. Seven pilots flew Intermediate. Jim Bourke won Sportsman in a Super-D. He made a clean sweep of every flight. Matthew Dunfee won Intermediate flying an Extra 300. He likewise made a clean sweep of every flight.


    Michael Hartenstine flew an Extra 300 to victory in Advanced. He won only the Free, second on the Known, third on the Unknown. Hiroyasu Endo was first on the Known. He flew an Extra 300 and placed second overall. Margo Chase won the Unknown. She also flew and Extra 300. She placed third overall. Six pilots flew Advanced.


    Pilots of the Extra 300 topped the four competitor field in Unlimited. Tim Just won the Free and Unknown, first place overall. Patrick Dugan won the Known, second place overall.


    No doubt, the Extra 300 was a popular, winning airplane at Apple Valley.


    Bob Meyer, Jerry Riedinger, Peggy Riedinger, Dave Watson, Howard Kirker, Tim Just, Barrett Hines, Kathleen Howell, Hiroyasu Endo, Andrew Slatkin, Casey Erickson, and Tom Meyers judged at Apple Valley. Bob Meyer and Tom Myers served as Chief Judges. Chris Olmstead directed the contest.


    Bob, Jerry, Peggy, Dave, and Howard judged the Four Minute program. Three out of five ranked Tim Just ahead of Patrick Dugan. Tim pulled top Unlimited bragging rights by a percentage point. And no, Peggy and Jerry did not agree. They cancelled each other out at the polls.


    Coming up on the IAC Contest Calendar, http://www.usnationalaerobatics.org/...estListing.asp are the Ben Lowell Aerial Confrontation, May 23, at Lamar, Colorado; and the following weekend, May 30, three contests: the Bear Creek Bash in Rome, Georgia; the Wildwoods Acroblast in Cape May, New Jersey; and the Coalinga Western Showdown in Coalinga, California.

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    Results from the Carolina Boogie!


    Lucky thirteen pilots competed at Wilson, North Carolina the first weekend of the month-- two in Primary, five in Sportsman, four Intermediate, and two Advanced-- all power.


    Eric Sandifer, Sarah Tobin, Adam Cope, Charlie Harrison, and Steve Johnson judged the categories. Eric Sandifer served as Contest Director for IAC Chapter 19 and judged all four categories flown. Charlie Harrison served as Chief Judge for all flights, and often at the same time as grading judge.


    Advanced had three judges, as the remaining two of the five judges at the contest were flying the category. The Chief Judge was the third grading judge.


    Peter Walsh beat Michael Pearce in Primary, both flew the same S2C. William Cox bested the field in Sportsman flying an Extra 230. Larry Macon won Intermediate flying a Pitts S2B. In Advanced, Steve Johnson in his MX-2 bested Adam Cope in the DR-107 one-d.


    The winner in every category of the Carolina Boogie was also the winner of each of the three flights flown in their category.


    Coming up next weekend on the IAC Contest Calendar, http://www.usnationalaerobatics.org/...estListing.asp are three contests: the Bear Creek Bash in Rome, Georgia; the Wildwoods Acroblast in Cape May, New Jersey; and the Coalinga Western Showdown in Coalinga, California.

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    More contest results!

    The Ben Lowell Aerial Confrontation flew over the weekend at Lamar, in the high plains of Eastern Colorado. Judges Betty Stewart, Dick Bevington, and Pat Fogarty braved a judge line littered with prickly pear cactus to grade all of the flights. Mike Forney was Chief Judge for Primary and Sportsman. Paul Thomson was Chief Judge for Intermediate and Advanced. Chris Leach acted as contest director with help from Registrar and Scorekeeper Ron Duren, IAC Chapter 12 members DJ Molny, Betty Stewart, Dan Peters, Marc Connolly, and all present.



    Primary had two first time competitors Chad Ollinger and Patric Coggin. Chad flew Paul Thomson's Super-D, which Paul also flew for patch. Patric flew his RV-4. The first and second flights had Chad barely ahead of Patric, the third shows Patric ahead of Chad by half a percent. Chad accumulated the most points for first place.


    Sportsman had a full field of seven pilots. Paul Thomson from Kansas in his Super Decathlon won all flights and overall primacy.


    It was Giles vs. Giles in Intermediate. Doug Lovell (me) flew in from New York to participate in Sportsman, then volunteered to make a contest with Steve Bergevin in Intermediate. Steve won the first two flights, but turned himself around on the Unknown. Doug flew without zeros on the Unknown to pull the contest in his favor.


    DJ Molny and Mike Forney faced off in Advanced. DJ flies his Giles 200, Mike his S1T. DJ won the known by a good margin. Mike came back most of the way with a win on the free. On the Unknown, each zeroed a different figure, 30K and 29K. DJ got the better scores to pull off a win.


    If you wonder about lack of penalties, the boundaries at this contest are well marked, but inaccessible. There were no boundary judges. Any penalties you see will be breaks.


    Coming up this weekend on the IAC Contest Calendar, http://www.usnationalaerobatics.org/...estListing.asp -- the Bear Creek Bash in Rome, Georgia; the Wildwoods Acroblast in Cape May, New Jersey; and the Coalinga Western Showdown in Coalinga, California. If you are at Coalinga flying Advanced, you will compete against IAC President Doug Sowder.

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    Another week of contest news!


    Wildwoods is in Cape May County, at the southern tip of New Jersey. It is an Atlantic seaside and summer resort community with boardwalk, amusement park, conference center, beach condominiums and hotels. A new micro-brewery near the airport has hosted an evening barbecue the last two years. Attendees at the Acroblast and their families enjoy great contest and after contest hours amenities. Dave Crescenzo directed and IAC Chapter 58 hosted the Acroblast this year. The contest flew five power categories. Mike Ciliberti with his Sukhoi 31 and John Fellenzer with his Giles 200 competed for Unlimited. They flew the Known and the Free. Mike won both and overall. Advanced had six competitors. Eric Sandifer won the Known and Free flights over Mark Stewart. Mark won first on the Unknown to place overall first. Second place on the Unknown was earned by Del Coller. Mark flies a Panzl S-330, Eric a Pitts S1S, Del an Extra 330. Congratulate Chuck Cohen on a big win in Intermediate over a strong field of six competitors, including Bill Gordon, who made a very close second. Very close. Last year's IAC Open East Intermediate Champion Hans Bok took third. Chuck won first on the Known and second on the Unknown. First on the Free was Sarah Tobin flying a Lazer. First on the Unknown was Bill, with a Pitts S2B. Chuck flies an Extra 330SC. Sportsman at the Acroblast was a well contended category, with twelve competitors. William Cox, flying an Extra 230, shook out at the top with a win on the third flight and good placings on the first two. Robert Mann won the second flight flying his Decathlon and a Sportsman free program. First time competitor Robert Dumovic won the first flight, flying the Executive Flyers Decathlon. Executive Flyers is Mike Goulian's school at Hanscom airfield near Boston, Mass. They bring a few students every year to contests near Boston, much appreciated. Speaking of, first time competitor Robert Pinksten also came with the Executive Flyers Decathlon and won Primary. Primary had three flights. Robert won the second and third. First time competitor Tom Barrett won the first. Congratulations to the winners at the Acroblast: Robert Pinksten, Primary, Decathlon William Cox, Sportsman, Extra 230 Chuck Cohen, Intermediate, Extra 330SC Mark Stewart, Advanced, Panzl S-330 Mike Ciliberti, Unlimited, Sukhoi 31

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    Coalinga Contest Results!

    Legend has it that Coalinga was originally a railroad coaling station. The identifier for the station was, "Coaling A". When a town grew around it they simply called the town, "Coalinga". It is a small place in Fresno county, in the Central Valley east of San Francisco. It hosts a state hospital and the "Pleasant Valley State Prison". How would you like a trip to Pleasant Valley?

    Last weekend, Coalinga was host to what used to be the Paso Robles contest now the Coalinga Western Showdown, an IAC Southwest regional contest hosted by Chapter 38 and directed by Martin Price.



    First time competitors Jake Carter and Mark Guerrero faced off in Primary for three flights with Jake winning, by a fairly narrow margin, all three. Mark became a brand new member of IAC as of last weekend and made a great showing. Welcome! Malcolm Pond, Andrew Slatkin, and Miyako Kanao judged Primary.


    Beth Stanton placed first in a field of eight Sportsman competitors flying Dave Watson's Super Decathlon. She won both the second and third flights flying her own free program. She placed second on the Known to Kevin Elizondo. Kevin somehow got spun around flying his Free program on the second flight of Sportsman. It happens. Kevin came back for second place on the third flight. Doug Sowder, Mike Eggen, Norman Manary, and Barrett Hines judged Sportsman.


    Christopher Combs beat the field of six Intermediate flying an Edge 540. He won the Unknown flight. Rimas Viselga won the Known flying a Yak 55. A.J. Wilder won the Free flying a Pitts S2C. First time Intermediate competitor Jim Bourke took second place overall. Malcom Pond, Andrew Slatkin, and Miyako Kanao judged Intermediate.


    The Advanced category also had six competitors. Advanced competitor Hiroyasu Endo lives and works in Japan, commutes to California to fly his Extra 300. And fly it well he does. He took top scores on every flight. You might bet on Hiroyasu Endo if he flies at Delano. Or you might bet on Doug Sowder. Or Randy Owens. But very possibly the IAC Open West Advanced Champion title could go to Japan this year. Malcolm Pond, Andrew Slatkin, and Miyako Kanao judged Advanced.


    Unlimited was a face off of four. Malcolm Pond won every flight flying an Edge 540. Is that name getting familiar? It is the fourth time you have read it in this post. Malcolm judged Primary, Intermediate, and Advanced AND won Unlimited. There are other competitors judging multiple categories while competing, including all of the Unlimited judges-- Doug Sowder, Mike Eggen, Norman Manary, and Barrett Hines.


    Unlimited competitor Yuichi Takagi gave a show by flying a Four Minute Free program.


    We mentioned Dave Watson's Decathlon, but we haven't talked about Dave's Lazer. Three competitors shared the Lazer: Dave, and Howard Kirker in Unlimited, and Mike Eggen in Advanced. The Lazer was hand made by Hans Bok, who was flying a Sukhoi on the East coast, at the Acroblast last weekend. Dave stole the Lazer from Hans and flew it across the country a few years back. Hans hasn't tried a repo, but might sometimes wish so. But really, Hans and Dave are friends who sometimes take an airline across the country to join together at a contest.


    Beth Stanton contributed a story about Dave and the Lazer. She writes, "Dave was last to fly it of the three, and he could not get it started. As he kept getting pushed down the order of flight, with a dozen guys trying various combinations of voodoo to no avail, he jumps out and runs over to his Super Decathlon to fly it in the UNLIMITED UNKNOWN. He yelled over his shoulder to Howard to try to start her one more time. He is now the last flight of the contest, since Yuichi just flew the 4 minute free and the whole judges line is on the edges of their seats with glee to watch the spectacle of the Decathlon fly the Unlimited Unknown. He taxied out, did the run up and made his radio call. He did a 180 hoping against hope that the Lazer had started. Just at that second, Howard fired her up! Dave zooms back, jumps out of the Decathlon, runs to the Lazer, jumps in and takes off. And came in second on the flight!! We gave him an Achievement Through Adversity award at the banquet."


    To further add to the legend of the Hans Bok Lazer, Unlimited pilot Tim Just from Chapter 36 did not make the line-up at Coalinga. It is speculated this is because he is intimidated by the Lazer's powerful four-banger engine and might be disgraced, and have to sell his Extra, and beg Hans to build him an airplane like the Lazer. I don't know about this. It sounds like chapter rivalry. Perhaps they'll all make it to the IAC Open West and we'll find out.


    Chapter 38 sends out thanks to Ron Johnson of KVA Aerospace who is a generous sponsor of all five California contests this year.



    Winner recap at Coalinga:
    Primary, Jake Carter
    Sportsman, Beth Stanton
    Intermediate, Christopher Combs

    Advanced, Hiroyasu Endo
    Unlimited, Malcolm Pond

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    This week's news!

    The second ever IAC Open East and the 40th anniversary contest of IAC Chapter 34. 40th anniversary, let's see… That means 34 was founded in 1974. Might we ask which current members were around, then? Do we know any of the founding members?

    Larry Ernewein is the IAC Open East Sportsman Champion, 2014. He won flying a Bucker Jungmann of Canadian registry. Is it true to say he holds the first Open title to a member outside of the U.S.? The Bucker shows beautifully in the box, and you can view one of Larry's Sportsman Known performances here on youTube:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8E41IXNzA8
    http://youtu.be/C8E41IXNzA8


    Larry won the first two flights, and took second to Gordon Penner on the third. Gordon was second overall.


    The Advanced title winner, Steve Johnson won all four flights flying his MX2.


    Unlimited title winner, Brett Hunter flew an MXS against Steve Grohsmeyer who flies his very own designed and built Eigenhawk. Few design and build their own airplane, then fly it well at the Unlimited level. Steve won the Free and the Unknown after Brett won the Known. Brett pulled it out of the bag with an outstanding performance on the Free Unknown.


    The Free Unknown flown by Advanced and Unlimited at the Open East is an unknown built by competitors from figures posted by competitors. The competitors post sequences using the submitted figures with up to four connectors. They then each select among the sequences posted which one they will fly. Thus the sequence is a little like a free in that you can design and fly a sequence with best advantage with your airplane. It is a little like an Unknown in that you have never flown it and do not know in advance what figures it will have.


    Jeff Granger, the IAC 34 President, flew well in his Extra 300L to win the title in Intermediate. He won over Mitch Wild, who won the Known flight in a Pitts S2B.


    Primary competitors Tom O'Neil and Giles Henderson both flew Cassutts. Giles took first on the third flight, but not by enough to win over Tom, who had a large lead after winning the first and second flights.


    Judging at the IAC Open East were Sandy Langworthy, Sheri Davis, Hugo Ritzenhaler, Steve Johnson, Marty Flournoy, Stan Moye, Wayne Buecher, David Underwood, Giles Henderson, and Jeff Granger. IAC Rules and Sequence committees Chair Brian Howard presided as Chief Judge for all flights, all categories.


    Overall there were twenty-seven competitors at the IAC Open East, including eight Sportsman, six Intermediate, and nine Advanced.


    Lorrie Penner showed up in person at the Fall IAC Board meeting to pitch 34 for the Open East this year. Lorrie does so much for this club, she's difficult to deny, and Chapter 34 made good with a well attended, fully flown contest; including the free-unknown flights. So great to see the Open East contest at Ohio. Who will host next year? Will we get it to the South Central or Southeast region? Have your Director pitch for you at the Fall meeting.

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