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Dust Devil 2003 - The South African National Gliding Championships - Day 1



 
 
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Old December 29th 03, 08:17 AM
Stephen Thomas
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Default Dust Devil 2003 - The South African National Gliding Championships - Day 1

Reports from Bloemfontein and Day 1 results available from:

http://www.sssa.org.za

Day 2 tasks call for a 300Km Triangle for the Club Class and an
assigned area of 754Km for the 15 Metre and Open Class. Optimists are
saying that if the alloted time of 3.75 hours is used then averages
will be 201 Kph. WGC2001 Open Champion, Oscar Goudriaan, has been
quoted as saying that he's up for that!

Keep checking for more from the Soaring Paradise of Bloemfontein.

Stephen Thomas
 




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