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If you don’t make mistakes, you are not pushing the boundaries. The trick is, If you don’t make mistakes, you are not pushing the boundaries. The trick is, not to make the same mistake twice. 1

Hello, my name is Edouard Devenoges I am the Awards Officer for Gliding New Hello, my name is Edouard Devenoges I am the Awards Officer for Gliding New Zealand. In this function I am responsible for: Issuing QGPs Silver Badges Gold Badges Diamonds (but not the actual Diamonds) FAI Diplomas New Zealand World records and I also look after the Air New Zealand Cross Country Competition. 2

 FAI Badges, Diamonds, Diplomas & Records 3 FAI Badges, Diamonds, Diplomas & Records 3

Or, what you need to know to become a successful Badge hunter. 4 Or, what you need to know to become a successful Badge hunter. 4

So, what is available. 5 So, what is available. 5

Silver Badge The Silver badge is achieved on completing the following three soaring performances: Silver Badge The Silver badge is achieved on completing the following three soaring performances: DISTANCE A flight on a straight course of at least 50 km. DURATION A duration flight of at least 5 hours. HEIGHT A gain of height of at least 1000 metres. (3280 feet) 6

Distance flight options: • Free Distance, start off launch and land in the sticks. Distance flight options: • Free Distance, start off launch and land in the sticks. • Start of launch and have a “virtual” finish. 7

Gold Badge The Gold badge is achieved on completion of the following three soaring Gold Badge The Gold badge is achieved on completion of the following three soaring performances: DISTANCE a distance flight of at least 300 kilometres. DURATION a duration flight of at least 5 hours. (Silver Badge credit) HEIGHT a gain of height of at least 3000 metres. (9840 feet) 8

Distance flight options: • Straight distance • Out and return • Straight distance using Distance flight options: • Straight distance • Out and return • Straight distance using up to three Turn points • Triangle with 2 Turn points • Triangle with 3 Turn points (Start on one of the three legs) 9

Diamonds Diamond Distance, a distance flight of at least 500 kilometres. Diamond Goal, a Diamonds Diamond Distance, a distance flight of at least 500 kilometres. Diamond Goal, a goal flight of at least 300 kilometres over an out-and-return course or triangular course. Diamond Height, a gain of height of at least 5000 metres. (16400 feet) 10

Badges and Diplomas for flights of 750 kilometers and more. These are a family Badges and Diplomas for flights of 750 kilometers and more. These are a family of badges that are achieved on completing a distance flight of 750 kilometres or more, in increments of 250 kilometres (ie. 750 km, 1000 km, 1250 km, etc. ). 11

New Zealand World Records There are 28 different Records in 6 classes for both New Zealand World Records There are 28 different Records in 6 classes for both female pilots and male pilots available. 12

 For all badge or record flights you will need an Official Observer Find For all badge or record flights you will need an Official Observer Find one, that has the latest Sporting Code. It is even better if your OO has read it. 13

You will need to complete a Flight Declaration SC 3 Annex C Appendix 4 You will need to complete a Flight Declaration SC 3 Annex C Appendix 4 (Page 24) 14

Declaration content for all soaring performances a. Date of flight b. Name(s) of the Declaration content for all soaring performances a. Date of flight b. Name(s) of the pilot-in-command flight crew c. Aircraft type and registration number. d. Make, model, and serial number of each FR, barograph or position recorder used. Additional content for distance and speed flights e. Time of declaration. f. Way points and, for a closed course, the sequence to be flown. Additional content for written declarations g. Pilot-in-command signature. h. Official Observer signature, with date and time. 15

A Declaration prepared with a flight planning program like See. You or Strepla is A Declaration prepared with a flight planning program like See. You or Strepla is OK. 16

Electronic Declaration The pilot has the option of making an electronic declaration to an Electronic Declaration The pilot has the option of making an electronic declaration to an approved Flight recorder or an approved GPS Position Recorder For record flights, the declaration must be recorded in an. igc file from an approved Flight Recorder. 17

Internet declaration by E-mail The pilot also has the option of making an Email Internet declaration by E-mail The pilot also has the option of making an Email declaration to an approved Official Observer. 18

Subject: Declaration, 30 th October 2014 Hi Chaps This may not be necessary but Subject: Declaration, 30 th October 2014 Hi Chaps This may not be necessary but I declare that on Thursday 30 th October I intend to attempt a 50 Km flight from about Muriwai to about the Waikato River. I shall then attempt to fly for in excess of five (5) hours from release at 2000' in the area of Muriwai and then return to Whenuapai Airfield. My GNZ number is 9999 and I shall fly in PZL PW-5 ZKGAA recording the flight on Colibri II s/n 30688. (Signed) 19

WHEN IS A DECLARATION NOT REQUIRED Duration (5 Hour flight , Silver / Gold WHEN IS A DECLARATION NOT REQUIRED Duration (5 Hour flight , Silver / Gold Badge) Gain of height and absolute altitude performance 20

Which means: that for a 50 km free Distance flight (Silver Badge distance leg) Which means: that for a 50 km free Distance flight (Silver Badge distance leg) no Declaration is necessary: if you start of tow and land out in the sticks at the end of your flight. * (*You still need to enter the date and your name and aircraft registration into your logger or make a paper declaration) 21

GPS altitude evidence alone is sufficient for a flight, provided that a 100 metre GPS altitude evidence alone is sufficient for a flight, provided that a 100 metre error margin is applied to all pressure height requirements of the Code (example: the gain of height is at least 1100 metres (3608 feet) for Silver altitude). Chapter 4, Appendix The use of position recorders for Silver and Gold badge flights. (Page 16, Sporting Code) 22

START POINT The WAY POINT that marks the beginning of a SOARING PERFORMANCE at START POINT The WAY POINT that marks the beginning of a SOARING PERFORMANCE at either: a. The RELEASE POINT, or b. Declared coordinates, or c. A FIX selected post-flight. 23

a. The Release Point Make a steep turn to “notch” the Barogram trace 24 a. The Release Point Make a steep turn to “notch” the Barogram trace 24

b. Declared Coordinates (Crossing a start line) The start line is 1000 m wide b. Declared Coordinates (Crossing a start line) The start line is 1000 m wide with the startpoint in the middle. 25

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Starting examples: Pilot A is towed about 2 km down track and starts from Starting examples: Pilot A is towed about 2 km down track and starts from release. The task must be at least 2 km longer than required if you declared a start point, and the task cannot be a Diamond Goal. Pilot B releases, climbs and then goes back behind the start line but does not cross it, so the declared start point cannot be claimed, but the release point can. Pilot C releases and crosses the start line, but decides his height is insufficient, so climbs then starts again. He can claim anything if he completes the task, and claims the last crossing as the start time. 27

WAYPOINTS Observation Zone 28 Cylinder WAYPOINTS Observation Zone 28 Cylinder

Observation Zone: To put it plain: 90° zone, no limit on If you start Observation Zone: To put it plain: 90° zone, no limit on If you start your Silver Badge 50 km flight of distance from Turnpoint tow and intend to land out at the end of your flight, all you need is a barograph and the towpilots signature to certify release height and point of release. Two Signatures to certify where you landed out (Crew be acceptable) and the lat and longs. 29

To put it plain: If you start your Silver Badge 50 km flight of To put it plain: If you start your Silver Badge 50 km flight of tow and intend to land out at the end of your flight, all you need is a barograph and the towpilots signature to certify release height and point of release. Two Signatures to certify where you landed out (Crew be acceptable) and the lat and longs. 30

Cylinder: 0. 5 km to be subtracted from the total To put it plain: Cylinder: 0. 5 km to be subtracted from the total To put it plain: distance, each time the Cylinder If you start your Silver Badge 50 km flight of boundary is crossed. (1 km for each tow and intend to land out at the end of your Waypoint) flight, all you need is a barograph and the towpilots signature to certify release height and point of release. Two Signatures to certify where you landed out (Crew be acceptable) and the lat and longs. 31

This pilot missed the OZ, but was in the Cylinder. However 3 km (6 This pilot missed the OZ, but was in the Cylinder. However 3 km (6 x 500 m) was taken of his declared distance, which meant that the total distance was exactly 1000 km! 32

The illustration below shows three valid tracks into a sector OZ. Pilot A just The illustration below shows three valid tracks into a sector OZ. Pilot A just makes it into the 0. 5 km radius cylinder and has a 1 km distance penalty at this turn point. Pilot B records points in the cylinder and the sector. Pilot C makes a wide sweep round the TP. There’s no limit to the depth of the sector – the pilot can go any distance beyond the TP. 33

THE FINISH The finish can either be: a. Landing b. Crossing a finish line THE FINISH The finish can either be: a. Landing b. Crossing a finish line c. Starting a Mo. P d. Virtual finish 34

a. Landing 35 a. Landing 35

b. Crossing a finish line The finish line is 1000 m wide with the b. Crossing a finish line The finish line is 1000 m wide with the finish point in the middle. 36

c. Starting a Mo. P 37 c. Starting a Mo. P 37

d. “Virtual” Finish A position (fix) from the FR data may be selected postflight d. “Virtual” Finish A position (fix) from the FR data may be selected postflight as an in-flight finish point. A virtual finish allows the pilot to a. use the same loss-of-height calculation for a distance flight in a pure glider as a motor glider that restarts its Mo. P (then the pure glider is not constrained to land in order to finish). b. claim a finish fix that will minimize or eliminate a Lo. H correction. c. attain a valid finish then, for safety or convenience, land elsewhere. 38

Finishing examples Pilot A crosses the finish line correctly. The point he crosses the Finishing examples Pilot A crosses the finish line correctly. The point he crosses the line is his finish position and height. Pilot B crosses to the right of the finish line, then re-crosses the finish line in the circuit but from the wrong direction. As a result, Pilot B has not completed his declared finish because the finish point is then the landing point, short of the finish line. You may cross the finish line more than once. Cross it again if, for example, you were low the first time and have an unacceptable loss of height correction for a distance task, or even invalidate a speed task. 39

This pilot realised that he would be to low to cross the finish line This pilot realised that he would be to low to cross the finish line and risk be penalized, so he took a climb before finishing the task. However, the pilot did not cross the finish line but flew along it and failed to cross it by 2 meters. 40

Limits to the loss of height. For distance flights of 100 kilometres or less, Limits to the loss of height. For distance flights of 100 kilometres or less, a loss of height exceeding 1% of the length of the course will invalidate the soaring performance. 41

Sample: A height loss of 2000 ft between the start and finish points of Sample: A height loss of 2000 ft between the start and finish points of a Silver Badge distance performance of 60 km would invalidate the flight because 1% of 60 km = 600 m = 1968. 9 ft 43

If you flew from Matamata to Thames which is about 66 km away and If you flew from Matamata to Thames which is about 66 km away and at sea level, you would have to release no higher than 1985 feet (keeping in mind Matamata’s altitude is 180 feet). However, if you land just after 50 km, your height penalty would nullify your performance. Since 50 km times 32. 8 feet = 1640 feet less 180 feet =1460 feet 44

Or, if you flew from Matamata to Tokoroa which is a distance of about Or, if you flew from Matamata to Tokoroa which is a distance of about 58 km and at an altitude of 1200 feet, you could release at 2922 feet (keeping in mind Matamata’s altitude is 180 feet). 45

 Limits to the loss of height For distance flights of more than 100 Limits to the loss of height For distance flights of more than 100 kilometres, where the loss of height exceeds 1000 metres, a height penalty equal to 100 times the excess over 1000 metres loss of height shall be subtracted from the length of the course to give the official distance. 46

Sample: You have attempted a Diamond Goal with a flight of 319 km. The Sample: You have attempted a Diamond Goal with a flight of 319 km. The loss of height between the start and finish altitudes was 1200 meters Excess Height loss = 200 m x 100 = 20000 m = 20 km 47 319 km 20 km 299 km

73 about the Waikato River. I shall then attempt to fly for in Hi 73 about the Waikato River. I shall then attempt to fly for in Hi Edouard, excess of five (5) hours from I have a successful 50 km flight from Krishna Pillai. This was on the 25 th of October from Matamata. of release at 2000' in the area He declared intention of a flight to Thames, but didn't make it. Muriwai and then return to As per Annex 'C' 2. 6 'a' He is able to get - A straight distance Whenuapai Airfield. from release to a finish fix - flight of 54 km. By using the 'See You' soaring flight start point from release My GNZ number is 4821 and I at 1. 07. 43 at 2727 ft 37. 42’. 56”S / 175. 45’. 43"E shall fly in PZL PW-5 ZK-GVF And a finish fix at 3. 19. 43 at 1512 ft 37. 14'13”S / 175. 39’. 00"E recording the flight on Colibri II The flight has a loss of height of 1258 ft over the 54 km s/n 30688. (Signed) Jonathan Pote,

73 about the Waikato River. I shall then attempt to fly for in excess 73 about the Waikato River. I shall then attempt to fly for in excess of five (5) hours from release at 2000' in the area of Muriwai and then return to Whenuapai Airfield. My GNZ number is 4821 and I shall fly in PZL PW-5 ZK-GVF recording the flight on Colibri II Krishna started of tow at 2727 ft did a full turn and set sail towards his declard goal. (Thames A/F) s/n 30688. (Signed) Jonathan Pote,

However, the flight did not go according to Krishna’s plan. He landed after 54 However, the flight did not go according to Krishna’s plan. He landed after 54 km. 73

Since Krishna had released from tow earlier at 2727 ft and with an allowable Since Krishna had released from tow earlier at 2727 ft and with an allowable height loss of 1771 ft, Krishna would have failed in his 50 km attempt. With the help of his OO, a virtual finish height of 1512 ft was established after the flight. Subtracting 1512 ft from 2727 ft = 1215 ft well within the 1771 ft height loss allowed for a distance of 54 km. 73

For speed and duration flights, a loss of height exceeding 1000 metres will invalidate For speed and duration flights, a loss of height exceeding 1000 metres will invalidate the soaring performance. 48

And last but not least: THE PAPERWORK 49 And last but not least: THE PAPERWORK 49

Form OPS 04 Application for FAI Badge or Distance Diploma Latest issue: 23 November Form OPS 04 Application for FAI Badge or Distance Diploma Latest issue: 23 November 2015 50

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Hieroglyph a stylized picture of an object representing a word, syllable, or sound, as Hieroglyph a stylized picture of an object representing a word, syllable, or sound, as found in ancient Egyptian and certain other writing systems. 52

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Air New Zealand Cross Country Competition 55 Air New Zealand Cross Country Competition 55

1. Aim: To stimulate cross-country flying from Club sites and particularly encourage pilots new 1. Aim: To stimulate cross-country flying from Club sites and particularly encourage pilots new to this aspect of the sport. 2. Organisers: GNZ, through the Awards Officer. 3. Period of Contest: From 1 October to 31 March in the following year. 4. Place of Contest: Any properly controlled flight within New Zealand may qualify, except those by competitors at a GNZ sanctioned championship, during the period of the championships. 5. Entry Qualifications: Any NZ resident glider pilot with a GNZ QGP certificate may enter the contest provided that, on the first day of the contest, no more than 10 years have elapsed since their QGP was awarded and they have not flown a ratified (or subsequently ratified) Gold distance flight. 6. Divisions: This is a one-class contest. Two seaters may be entered only when flown solo. There are two divisions, one for flights that commence soaring in the North Island the other for flights that commence soaring in the South Island. 56

7. Handicaps and Scoring: Current OLC handicaps and OLC Plus scoring will be applied. 7. Handicaps and Scoring: Current OLC handicaps and OLC Plus scoring will be applied. 8. Number of flights: Competitors may fly as many tasks as they wish within the contest period, but only the six highest scoring flights of each competitor will count. However, competitors may enter both North Island South Island divisions (ie six best flights taken in each island) 9. Submitting of flight logs: Entry is by submitting. igc flight files to the OLC in accordance with OLC rules. (There is no need to also submit flights to the GNZ Awards officer. ) 10. Determination of placings: The GNZ Awards Officer will check competitor eligibility and determine the final placings after 31 March each year. 11. Trophies: Air New Zealand Cross Country Competition Trophies will be awarded to the winners of each division, normally at the GNZ Annual General Meeting. 57

First Competition Award • Silver Badge Distance qualifies. • Entry Fee paid for a First Competition Award • Silver Badge Distance qualifies. • Entry Fee paid for a Regional Contest of the pilots choice, plus $100. - towards the Aero tows. • Valid for your first Contest, and the time limit is 24 month. 68

A word of advise: Do not rely on your OO Download the Sporting Code A word of advise: Do not rely on your OO Download the Sporting Code plus Annex and study it. Google: FAI Sporting Code 70

And remember the six Ps: Proper Planning and Preparation Prevents – Pour Performance 71 And remember the six Ps: Proper Planning and Preparation Prevents – Pour Performance 71

. IGC FILE NAME PROTOCOL File name: 264 A 3 A 81. igc 2 . IGC FILE NAME PROTOCOL File name: 264 A 3 A 81. igc 2 = Year, 2012 6 = Month, June A = October 4 = Day, 4 th M = 22 nd A = Manufacturer, Garrecht, (Volkslogger) 3 A 8 = Serial # of the logger 1 = flight # of the day 20

. IGC FILE CONTENT HFDTE 26 10 15 HFFXA 100 HFPLTPILOT: Edouard. G. Devenoges . IGC FILE CONTENT HFDTE 26 10 15 HFFXA 100 HFPLTPILOT: Edouard. G. Devenoges HFGTYGLIDERTYPE: PW 5 HFGIDGLIDERID: ZK-GPD HFDTM 100 GPSDATUM: WGS 84 HFRFWFIRMWAREVERSION: 7. 66 HFRFWHARDWAREVERSION: 7. 0 LV: 3. 27 V 2 HFFTYFRTYPE: EW-Avionics-micro. Recorder HFGPS: Falcom-JP 15 -Si. RFSTARII-12 ch-MAX 18000 m HFPRSPRESSALTSENSOR: Intersema-MS 5534 MAX 11000 m I 043638 FXA 3940 SIU 4143 GSP 4446 ENL 21

. IGC FILE CONTENT Declaration C 3744247 S 17544424 E C 3752389 S 17552947 . IGC FILE CONTENT Declaration C 3744247 S 17544424 E C 3752389 S 17552947 E 33 BOP Depot C 3731170 S 17543274 E Te Aroha Mine C 3747269 S 17533833 E Treatment Plant C 3752389 S 17552947 E 33 BOP Depot C 3744247 S 17544424 E 22 01 Matamata

. IGC FILE CONTENT B 0115344429272 S 16959388 EA 0050600420033124 B 0115394429272 S 16959388 . IGC FILE CONTENT B 0115344429272 S 16959388 EA 0050600420033124 B 0115394429272 S 16959388 EA 0050800420033230 B 0115444429272 S 16959388 EA 0050800420033338 B 0115494429272 S 16959388 EA 0050600420033418 B 0115544429272 S 16959388 EA 0050600420033338 B 0115594429272 S 16959388 EA 0050600420033386 B 0116044429272 S 16959388 EA 0050600420033378 B 0116094429272 S 16959388 EA 0050600420033418 B 0116144429272 S 16959388 EA 0050600420033410 B 0116194429272 S 16959388 EA 0050600420033322 If your logger logs a ping every 5 seconds, your logger would have stored 3600 ping lines after a 5 hour flight. 23

. IGC FILE CONTENT B 000105361636 S 17546579 EA 0361703530000 B 00 01 05 . IGC FILE CONTENT B 000105361636 S 17546579 EA 0361703530000 B 00 01 05 36 16 36 S 175 46 579 E A 03617 03530 000 Time Coordinate Baro Alt GPS Alt 24

Thank you for your time and all the best with chasing Badges, Diamonds, Diplomas Thank you for your time and all the best with chasing Badges, Diamonds, Diplomas and Records. 72

about the Waikato River. I shall then attempt to fly for in excess of about the Waikato River. I shall then attempt to fly for in excess of five (5) hours from release at 2000' in the area of Muriwai and then return to Whenuapai Airfield. My GNZ number is 4821 and I shall fly in PZL PW-5 ZK-GVF recording the flight on Colibri II s/n 30688. (Signed) Jonathan Pote, 29 th of October 2015, Edouard G. Devenoges 73

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