The IAC Member comment period on the 2022 Known sequences ended on December 29, 2021. Outgoing Sequence program chair, Michael Lents has evaluated the comments and recommendations have been forwarded by the Sequence Program Committee to IAC president Jim Bourke. A special board meeting will be called within the next 10 days for the board to review, request modifications, or approve the sequences. Attached below are the sequences that are up for approval. They will be uploaded, as soon as the Knowns are finalized at the special meeting, to the online sequence bank here: https://www.iac.org/sequences and a Known Sequences webpage which is under development.
Michael has been on the U.S. Advanced Aerobatic Team and traveled to Romania in 2018 for the World Advanced Aerobatic Championship. He finished 5th in overall flying Aaron McCartan's Panzl S-330. In addition to the Panzl he has also flown; a Super Decathlon, Citabria, Pitts S2A, Extra 300L/300SHP/330LX/NG. Moving into the future his aerobatic goals are to continue bringing in more and more pilots to the "dark side"; and, if the opportunity presents itself, fly with the Advanced Team.
Pictured here with his Grassroots medallion at the 2021 U.S. National Aerobatic Championships. He is also the 2021 U.S. National Intermediate Champion.
Mike loves aerobatics, "Because there is always something to strive for or get better at. I really enjoy the work," he said. His favorite maneuver is a snap roll. To be more precise double snaps in any direction! His ambition is to make the team again and, "win Worlds, of course!"
Check this out - the 2022 proposed IAC Unlimited Known as flown by Mike Ciliberti: https://youtu.be/N3HGsck0tcg