FAI Aeromodelling Commission (CIAM)
F3F Radio Control Soaring (Slope) World Cup
FAI F3F WORLD CUP 2022
Congratulations to the World Champion and World Cup Winner 2022 Philipp Stary!
Please stay tuned! There will be some news in the future.
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Full results can be found here.
FAI F3F WORLD CUP 2021
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The final result can be found HERE.
Best regards and stay safe!
FAI F3F WORLD CUP 2020
FAI F3F World Cup 2019
The final result (21/21 competitions)
Congratulations to Siegfried Schedel (GER), the winner of the FAI F3F World Cup Series 2019!
The Viking Race trophy is on it´s way from Sebastien Lanes (FRA) to it´s new holder Siegfried "Siggi" Schedel.
See you on the 2020 FAI F3F World Championship in France, where Siggi will be part of the German team and compete for the ultimate title.
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Please note, that this year we again have 4 competitions in one country (thanks to the busy organizers in Spain!), with all consequences to the ranking calculations. You can observe the calculation mode in the FAI F3B World Cup Series. Details can be found in the the FAI Event calendar down belor (now fully linked).The detailed ranking can be downloaded in the documents-section below.
FAI F3F World Cup 2018
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Congratulations to the Winner Sebastien Lanes ! He won the first FAI F3F World Cup that featured 4 competitions that could be included in the ranking.
The World Cup Trophy of the former Viking Race will now go to France and stay there till the end of the year.
See you on the slope and at the competitions of the FAI F3F World Cup 2019!
F3F World Cup trophy
The new trophy for the World Cup competitions is finished and will be given to the winners of the FAI WorldCup competitions in F3F and F3K from 2018 on.
It is a collaboration between German, Czech and Austrian FAI supporters, with help and support from countries all over Europe. Truely it is a sign of the common goal that we all share, promoting and living the sport of aeromodelling.
The molds are a high-tech CNC-machined by a czech partner near Praha. The medal itself is traditionally handmade from a tin casting master in the beautiful mountain city of Freiberg in Germany (between Chemnitz and Dresden) and laser-engraved by a professional in Austria.
A big thank you goes out to all the known and unknown partners, that made this extraordinary medal possible.