OLC-ALPS

Version: 16.01.2016

 

1. General

The OLC Alps is an international decentralized gliding competition for the alpine region

 
2. Structure

2.1 OLC-Plus: Distance scoring

2.2 Speed-OLC: Speed scoring

2.3 Alps League: League scoring

 
3. Competition area

AC UKN
AN OLCAlps
AL GND
AH 90000MSL
DP 43:35:00 N 05:25:00 E
DP 44:41:00 N 05:03:00 E
DP 46:33:00 N 06:29:52 E
DP 47:40:00 N 10:07:00 E
DP 48:02:00 N 15:54:00 E
DP 47:28:33 N 16:02:43 E
DP 47:07:06 N 15:01:46 E
DP 46:25:20 N 15:33:14 E
DP 46:13:00 N 14:50:00 E
DP 46:10:21 N 12:37:08 E
DP 45:30:15 N 10:53:50 E
DP 45:56:36 N 08:32:52 E
DP 45:08:13 N 07:19:37 E
DP 44:19:51 N 07:28:36 E
DP 44:17:56 N 07:59:42 E
DP 44:00:13 N 07:59:01 E
DP 43:35:23 N 06:42:18 E

 
4. Flight condition

50% of all log fixes between scoring start and scoring end must be located inside the competition area

 
5. Rules

5.1 OLC-Plus

OLC Plus rules apply

5.2 Speed-OLC

Speed-OLC rules apply

5.3 Alps League

5.3.1 Rules

The concerned OLC-League rules apply.

5.3.2 Points

The winner of each round (club) with the highest league-speed gets 2 points per each participating club of this round, however the maximum is 40 points per round. The following clubs, ranked “n”, receive “n-1” points, but each participating club gets at least one point per round.

5.3.3 Participants

 Participants are all OLC clubs, registered in AT, CH, DE, FR, IT and SI
 

 

 

LXNAV
Baudisch Design
SCHEMPP-HIRTH Flugzeugbau GmbH
ILEC
Cobra Trailer
LANGE Aviation GmbH
Deutscher Wetterdienst
Bürklin
Jonker Sailplanes
Peter H. Braasch
TopMeteo
Rent a Glider
M+D Flugzeugbau
aerokurier
navITer
FLARM
Tost
HPH
Air Avionics
IMI Gliding
FLIGHT TEAM
DG Flugzeugbau
Fliegerstrom
TQ Avionics
Segelflugschule Wasserkuppe
Bitterwasser
binder
Milvus
Alexander Schleicher
WINTER Instruments
Siebert
Clouddancers