1. FAI Sporting Code
2. Space Models Competition Classes
3. FAI Sporting Calendar
4. Information Bulletins
5. Standard of Organisation
6. Checking of Sporting Licences
7. Eligible countries
8. Results Tables
9. Jury Report
10. Organisers - Return of Results
11. Current Placing Lists
12. World Cup Diplomas and Medals
FAI Sporting Code, Part 4, Volumes ABR and SM, Edition January 1, 2013 shall be used to organize and conduct Space Models World Cup Events in 2013. They can be downloaded from the Document page.
Space Models Competition Classes, according the FAI Sporting Code, Section 4, Volume SM, Annex 3 are: S4A, S6A, S7, S8E/P and S9A. Usually after World Cup classes at the same contest are scheduled some other classes like S3A or S1B as Open International – Non World Cup events.
The FAI Sporting Calendar for Space Models Events is published at the FAI Event Page.
Information Bulletins for all World Cup or Open International SM events should contain data on:
Entry form shall contain also:
Note that World Cup contests are expected to be run to a high standard. The CIAM Bureau has agreed that events which are not run in accordance to the Sporting Code will not be included in the World Cup for the following year. As a guideline to achieving necessary organization standards may be used FAI SC4 Volume ABR par. B.12 – Space Models.
For every competitor the organizer is obliged to check that the Licence is valid for 2013 and record the Licence number prior to beginning of the event.
Result tables should contain all necessary data on contest and competitors. These are:
The result tables are prepared in Excel (xls format). Pdf or jpg format is not acceptable! Attached is an example of filled results tables from Belarus Cup 2010. You can adapt it for your contest.
Please note that you must supply the FAI Licence numbers of competitors. The CIAM Bureau have agreed that any events not providing FAI Licence numbers with the results may not be considered for inclusion in the World Cup for the following year.
The FAI Sporting Code, Section 4, Volume ABR, par. B.4.1 sub.par.3 requires all FAI Jury at CIAM events to submit a report. In order to simplify this task attached is an exemplary Jury Report made on a standard form. This form contains:
Each SM World Cup Organizer is obliged to send results of his contest to the Chairman of Space Models Subcommittee within three days after the contest has ended (FAI SC Volume SM Annex 2 par. 5). Results must be accompanied with the Jury report.
Current Placing Lists shall be prepared by the SM SC Chairman as soon as possible after the results of last held event are received and they shall be distributed to all World Cup Organizers and other interested parties. If the results are received in the prescribed term of three days Current Placing Lists (CPL) shall be distributed within next seven days.
Official diploma and medals for overall Space Model World Cup winners are presented to winners at the CIAM Plenary meeting in April following the year of their victory. The winner in each class will hold the Official trophy for one year and will receive a medal and diploma. The second and third place flyers in each class will receive diploma.