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January 24, 2007

January 24, 2007 – The final results are in for the 2006 regional series competition. Forty competitors out of 58 total series participants received awards. Forty-two of the 58 entrants successfully competed at the 3 or more contests needed to qualify for the series in their respective region.

The regional series began in 2002 with 60 pilots competing for the series titles in 2002, and hit a high of 107 participating in 2004. To be eligible, a pilot must fly at least three contests during the year (two for the Northwest...

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January 20, 2007

With the resignation of Melissa Andrzejewski due to personal reasons, first alternate Goody Thomas from Rock Hill, South Carolina has been named to the U.S. Unlimited Team. Goody flies a Sukhoi SU-31 and is an airline pilot for AirTran. He is also an experienced air show pilot. This is Goody's rookie year on the Team. The U.S. Team will be competing in late June at the World Aerobatic Championships in Granada, Spain. For more information on the U.S. Team, please visit http://www.unlimitedaerobaticsusa...

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December 8, 2006

The power and glider Known sequences for the 2007 contest season are available for download on the IAC Members Only website at http://members.iac.org/.


December 8, 2006

At the annual CIVA meeting, held this year in Krakow, Poland, the United States was awarded approval for hosting the Advanced World Aerobatic Championships in 2008. A presentation was made proposing the sites of Las Vegas, Nevada and Pendleton, Oregon; however, bids are being solicited for additional locations. Any IAC Chapter wishing to make a proposal for this event needs to do so by the spring IAC board meeting held in late April 27 and 28, 2007 in Memphis, Tennessee. For more information please contact Vicki Cruse at ...

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December 8, 2006

Robert Bismuth, the official photographer of the US Nationals, has created a 2007 wall calendar featuring a selection of the images he captured as official contest photographer during the 2006 US National Aerobatic Championships. The calendar contains some of the images from the banquet slide show plus other images Robert had in reserve. Its pages show aircraft, pilots and judges photographed during the week long event. You can view and order the calendar at ...

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October 2, 2006

Debby Rihn-Harvey of La Porte, Texas, was crowned the overall 2006 U.S. National Aerobatic Champion at the U.S. National Aerobatic Championships in Denison, Texas that convened on Friday, September 29th. Rihn-Harvey is an eight-time winner of the Betty Skelton trophy that is awarded to the highest placing woman in the powered Unlimited category at the U.S. Nationals. Now, she can add the Mike Murphy Cup to her award repertoire which is awarded to the overall winner of the powered Unlimited category and the reigning U.S. National Aerobatic Champion. In...

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