Bush flying - Short Landing Comp - Omaka NZ

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Andyph
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Bush flying - Short Landing Comp - Omaka NZ

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Super fun event

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Ewart
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Re: Bush flying - Short Landing Comp - Omaka NZ

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Cracking pictures.

Big question though, who won? And what was the winning distance?

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Ewart wrote:
Thu 08 Apr 2021, 5:26 pm
Cracking pictures.

Big question though, who won? And what was the winning distance?
Cheers Mate - its a cracking day out

There are three main comps - shortest landing - precision landing (touch down closest to the line) and shortest take off.
And the above are in various weight categories -

But the overall winner was a Zenith CH701 - JUG seen above (you can see it's winning take off run of about 25 meters.)
Shortest landing was 27 meters - this on a no wind day.

Cheers

Andy

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