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23 = Known gates

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Wolfgang Lintl, Delegate Germany

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KNOWN GATES

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Annex 3, Part 2

2.2.3 KNOWN GATES

When competitors prior to take off are informed of the location of a timing gate, the approach to that gate may be

between 500 and 1000 feet height and in a straight line for the final 1 km. Any deviation from this approach may

incur a penalty.

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2.2.3 KNOWN GATES

Unless otherwise briefed, when competitors prior to take off are informed of the location of a timing gate, the approach to that gate may must be between 500 and 1000 feet height and in a straight line for the final 1 km. Any deviation from this approach may will

incur a penalty of 20 %.

Reason

Rules like this should be a „must“  and not a „may be“ to make it  clear fort the competitor. Also the penalty have to be describe exact.  Our task catalogue knows only two penaltys: 100 % and 20 %. A penalty of 20 % for each infringment of this rule seems adequate.


Added by Wolfgang Lintl Last edited by Robert HUGHES on 26 Sep, 2012 19:33. Quick links: http://wiki.fai.org/x/nADk or 23 = Known gates
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