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The Free Knowns submitted by last night’s deadline are now online at the IAC website. Please go to the following link:
Click on “Free Known Sequences” and the webpage will fill with small thumbnails of each pilot's Free Known. You can then click on the thumbnail to download a PDF of the...(read more)
The deadline for the submission of rules proposals for incorporation into the IAC Official Contest Rules for 2017 has now passed and Rules Chairman Brian Howard has assembled the proposals into one document which is now available for download.
Members are invited to submit their comments on these proposals by 1 October 2016. The email address to send in your comments is iacrulescomments [at] gmail.com.
The full Rules Committee will be studying these proposals and issuing their own recommendations to...(read more)
Congratulations to Team USA for their overall second-place standing at WAAC in Poland. We are all proud of you. And congratulations go out to Craig Gifford for his Silver in the Free Known program.
The championship started off slow with a couple of days of wind, then rain. The team spent some time brainstorming on their Unknown figure submission and strategizing while they waited out the weather. The team started off strong in the first round of the Free Known with four of the team members in the top 15 places and Craig finishing with his second place Sliver finish in that flight...(read more)
The IAC Board of Directors has voted to fill the Director position vacated by Michael Steveson with A. J. Hefel of Wichita, Kansas. Michael is undergoing some surgery soon and will take several weeks to recover. He felt he could not fairly and adequately represent the membership while going through surgery and the resulting recovery and elected to leave the Board. Michael Steveson has been a valuable Director and has spent countless hours working on our teams’ behalf...(read more)