Day 8: Unofficial

Results were uploaded on Mon 14th August at 23:58:59.
LBZ-Leighton Buzzard NE, BC3-Bicester N, SILverstone, DUNstable Airfield. 
Regionals / Fixed Course Task, Contest Wind 287 degs/12 kts Y distance = 60.0 km Day Speed Points = 169, Day Distance Points = 135 Reason for Devaluation : Winners Time
Pos PilotStartFinishDuration ActualH/CapDay PointsOverallTotal Pointsstatus
173Rhoan Birch
ASW28 (15m) (100.0)
14:2715:1400:47110.4kph114.8kph304 02226
2LCWilliam Parker
Discus (15m) (98.0)
14:2715:2901:0184.9kph90.2kph196 01796
3803Alex Hippel
Discus (15m) (98.0)
14:2915:3101:0284.6kph89.9kph195 11  01173
4HCQMalcolm Birch
Std. Libelle (15m) (89.0)
14:2915:3901:1074.8kph88.5kph188 02237
5LGCPeter Hurd
Duo Discus (20m) (101.0)
14:2915:3001:0185.6kph88.1kph186 02054
6JWAndy Zuchora
LS8 (15m) (100.0)
14:5515:5801:0383.2kph86.5kph180 11367
7795Paul Candler
LS7 (15m-w) (97.5)
15:1816:2801:1074.8kph80.0kph151 01718
8S4LSally Walker
LS4 (15m) (96.0)
14:3615:4801:1173.1kph79.5kph149 11424
9347Geoff Glazebrook
LS6 (15m) (101.0)
15:1816:2701:0876.3kph78.5kph144 01856
10603Nigel Perren
Discus (15m-w) (98.5)
14:3115:4301:1173.4kph77.6kph140 12  01117
11H4Paul Whipp
ASW28 (15m) (100.0)
14:2615:3101:05(44.3km)(55.4km)72 11368
12721Matthew Hall
LS6 (15m) (101.0)
14:28(44.0km)(54.5km)71 10  11334
H/CO8Liam Bennett
ASW15 (15m) (89.0)
12SIRupert Puritz
Duo Discus (20m) (101.0)
13  815

Speeds are based on reported start and finish times and handicap/windicap. Distances are based on reported L/O coordinates & TPs and are windicapped

Points are based on the current situation, assuming that all gliders still flying will finish
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