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2018 WMC Nagykanisza

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16th FAI World Microlight Championships

Nagykanisza, Hungary, 11-18 August 2018

Classes in competition: WL1, WL2, AL1, AL2, GL1, GL2

Official website:

Group mailing list TBA

Note there were no bids before the 2017 CIMA Plenary but during the meeting a notification of interest from Hungary was received and it put further discussion into the hands of the CIMA Bureau which will distribute news as and when it becomes available.

Championship Officers

Event Director: Ferenc MAKÁR
Competition Director: Vince FERINC
Deputy Competition Director: Erzsébet VIZAKNAI
Deputy Chief Director Krisztian Dolhay
Chief Scorer Laszlo Varga
Chief Marshal Peter Ferinc
Monitor Vladimir Silhan (CZE)
International Jury Wolfgang LINTL (GER)(president),
Vladimir SILHAN (CZE),
Rob HUGHES (GBR)(remote)
Stewards none
  • Officials for this championship will be selected from the list of candidates by the CIMA Bureau as mandated by the 2017 Plenary.
  • Since the cost of officials travel and accommodation represent a significant expense to the organizer it is CIMA policy to favour applicants from regions where travel costs will be reasonable.
  • All officials are expected to arrive at the competition site at least a day or two before the opening ceremony and must remain on site until after the closing ceremony.
  • Officials duties are covered in Chapter 5 of Sporting Code Section 10 and the FAI Jury members handbook (other FAI documents).


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