After the EPC-organizer Adi Busan has resignd, CIMA bureau are not confident, that there will be a sufficient competition for Paramotor in Romania this year.
While sticking to the rules we send the mail below to the NAC and set a deadline of 28 days. Via cima-com and cima-info list the bureau will inform the community about the developement.
We ask all pilots not to not make any travel or other arrangements in connection with these championships until the CIMA Bureau has updated you on the situation.
We very much regret this situation and we are applying pressure on the organisers to fulfil their contract with the FAI.
we, the CIMA Bureau are in doubt, that your organisation is able to running the 6th European Paramotor Championship 2015 in Brasov, witch was agreed at the last CIMA meeting and which was negotiated with the organizer agreement between you and the FAI last year.
For us there is no evidence that there has been any organisation of this event. We understand that the CIMA Delegate, Mr. Adrian BUZAN, has resigned from the organising team. There is currently no information regarding the airfield, facilities, organising team, registration requirements, payment system or any other organisational facilities. We therefore believe that you are not in a position to organise these championships successfully. We require the following information from you within 28 days if you are to convince us that you will organise a successful championship:
1) the use of the airfield - confirmation from the airfield owner that the airfield is open to the championship organisers.
2) the NAC’s involvement - who is the responsible person for the NAC?
3) key staff members - who are the key people? We require names and contact details.
4) details of the competitor registration system
5) details of competition facilities and accommodation/camping/toilets/showers etc.
We would appreciated, if you don't use the 28 days and gives us an answer as soon as possible.
If we get no sufficient answers to our questions, we are forced to cancel this championship with all consequences.
Looking forward to here from you as soon as possible.
on behalf of CIMA
1st Vice President
The 2010 CIMA Plenary is now over.
Thankyou to all delegates who attended.
The [CIMA Bureau] remains the same as 2010 but with the addition of Patrice Girardin (FRA) as Treasurer.
The Plenary debated many issues, all contained in the 2010 Plenary section. One of the greatest successes of the last year has been this wiki. The Plenary agreed it has revolutionized the way CIMA works and now Delegates are becoming more familiar with it, it is to be hoped more Delegates will be willing to contribute.
Work starts today on exciting new projects such as the Continental League Cup. Of greater urgency is the choice of a [bidder for an EPC 2011 or a WPC 2011]. There were no bids for this at the Plenary, but an initiative by the Paramotor committee and endorsed by the Plenary has allowed a narrow window for new bids to be accepted before Christmas.
Most CIMA delegates were loaded as users into the wiki yesterday, 11 April 2010.
I say 'most' because there are a few delegates we either we do not have their email address, or the one we have is invalid. They are listed on the Lost delegates page, perhaps you could have a look, and if this is you, or you know the correct address for someone, please tell wikiAdmin@fai.org.
I expect you have already seen the Getting started guide but there are some other things you might like to look at:
- The events calendar and add in any microlight or paramotor events you know of.
- World record corrections.
- For European delegates: the [cimaBureau:SERA] page - the deadline for comments to this is today
If you have some ideas how we can use this wiki, simply make comments in the CIMA IT WG space.