The claim must be logged on MyGliding within 1 months from the date of the flight.
Yes, a full declaration is required on each FR. See the Distance Performance Summary in the Documents section regarding the waypoints (with their coordinates) to be declared.
No calibration certificate is required but you the need an extra 100m reserve for LOH rule.
Only IGC approved FR’s are allowed.
National Diploma flights require an FR approved by GFAC to Levels 1 to 3.
The Diplomas are issued for a flight performed as per SC3, #1.4. d-h. see the “Guide to distance types” for more information.
The SC3 rules will apply, with exception of the FR calibration requirement.
No Airspace violations are allowed, official daylight time and CAA regulations apply.
The 100km and 200km Diplomas issued by SSSA are aimed as a stepping-stone to longer distance performances. For all diploma flights, the pilot must be alone in the glider.