Events

2019 Standard and Sports Class Nationals
2019 Standard and Sports Class Nationals

What: 2019 Standard and Sports Class Nationals
When: Thursday June 20 until Monday July 1
Where: Caesar Creek Soaring Club, 5385 Elbon Road, Waynesville, Ohio; 513-932-7627
Contest manager: Chuck Lohre, 513-260-9025, chuck@nulllohre.com
Contest director: John Lubon, 513-543-9154, johnlubon@nullgmail.com
Scorer: Guy Byars, 513-307-1484, guy@nullbyars.com
Tow pilot chief: Tim Christman
Scales: Steve Statkus, 513-576-9080, stevestatkus@nullgmail.com
Retrieve desk: Harolyn Burns, c937-430-1345, Harolyn@nullameritech.net
Registration: Norm Leets, 513-897-0814, leetncg@nullgmail.com
Entertainment manager: Tom McDonald, 859-331-2841, tjmcdonald3@nullgmail.com

We expect 23 contestants. Restricted club activity will be in operation. From 9 until Noon and after all contestants have landed, training flights can take place (radio required). After the launch, private club ships will be able to fly (radio required). The contest practice days are Thursday and Friday. The contest starts Saturday and we’ll only use the last Monday if we need it. To register go to the SSA racing page.

Google Drive folder with volunteer schedule https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1aH2fXdKNtIP7t-6d94I2aBZDkTwFdN1a?usp=sharing

Event documents

2019 Standard and Sports Class Nationals Control Point Information

Schedule:
Thursday June 20
, 2019 – Practice day
– 10 am Mandatory pilot’s meeting
Friday June 21, 2019 – Practice day
– 10 am Mandatory pilot’s meeting
– 6 pm Free dinner on-site
Saturday June 22, 2019 – First contest day
– 10 am Mandatory pilot’s meeting
– 6 pm Onsite dinner (please sign up with Chuck)
Sunday June 23, 2019 – Second contest day
– 10 am Mandatory pilot’s meeting
Monday June 24, 2019 – Third contest day
– 10 am Mandatory pilot’s meeting
– 6 pm Onsite dinner (please sign up with Chuck)
Tuesday June 25, 2019 – Fourth contest day
– 10 am Mandatory pilot’s meeting
Wednesday June 26, 2019 – Fifth contest day
– 10 am Mandatory pilot’s meeting
Thursday June 27, 2019 – Sixth contest day
– 10 am Mandatory pilot’s meeting
– 6 pm Onsite dinner (please sign up with Chuck)
Friday June 28, 2019 – Seventh contest day
– 10 am Mandatory pilot’s meeting
Saturday June 29, 2019 – Eighth contest day
– 10 am Mandatory pilot’s meeting
Sunday June 30, 2019 – Ninth contest day
– 10 am Mandatory pilot’s meeting
– 6 pm Awards ceremony
Monday July 1, 2019 – Tenth contest day (if needed)
– 10 am Mandatory pilot’s meeting

Fees:
– Tows $50
– Aero Retrieve $100 per hour tach time, 1/2 hour minimum

Amenities:
– Open grills and charcoal
– 30 amp RV hookups, you can fill up your water from our tank, $10 per night
– Plenty of camping spaces available, $5 per night without electric
– There are many local RV Rentals available near Waynesville, Waynesville, Ohio RV rental
– Refrigerator available for you to store food
– Showers, kitchen and computer use in clubhouse. Free Wi-Fi at & near clubhouse.
– Contest polo-shirts available by pre-purchase with your tail number on sleeve, contact Chuck
– Volunteers receive a long sleeve, pocket contest t-shirt. Also available for pre-purchase.
– Help coordinating those that are self crewing
– Lots of great local attractions such as the Air Force Museum, King’s Island and attractions in Cincinnati, Dayton and Columbus
– Waynesville is a village in Wayne Township, Warren County, Ohio, United States. The population was 2,834 at the 2010 census. It is named for General “Mad” Anthony Wayne. The village, located at the crossroads of U.S. Route 42 and State Route 73, is known for its antique stores and its annual sauerkraut festival. Wikipedia page.
– Hotels: 3-star averaging $99. View hotels