You will find this in the SC3 sporting code, Chapter 3. You can also read the “Record guide”. Make sure you understand the requirements. If you require any assistance, ask your OO or make your request on the contact form on the Records website page.
How wide is the Start-Line?admin2021-11-29T15:52:55+02:00
Record flights require a declaration recorded in a Level 1 “all flights” FR, and any error in the declaration will invalidate the claim. A multi-place glider declaration shall include the name of the co-pilot. When multiple FRs are used, the declarations in each must be identical for a claim to be valid.
Do I require a Calibration Certificate?admin2021-11-29T15:53:58+02:00
For claims submitted to the FAI, the current IGC-approved FAI claim forms must be used. See our tab for “Claim Forms”. Forms are also available from the IGC web site at https://www.fai.org/igc-documents – then click on Records and on Record Claim Forms.
Form A: Absolute altitude or Gain of Height records (Open class only)
Form B: Distance records
Form C: Speed records
Form D: Motor glider records. Form is additional to other forms if appropriate to the claim.
Form E: To be completed by all NACs involved. Form must be included with claim file.
What preliminary notice is required?admin2021-11-29T15:56:01+02:00
Notice of a pending record claim must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by the controlling NAC, the FAI must receive the claim within seven days of the flight. To facilitate this please submit the details to the OO or Claims officer soonest.
When must the claim dossier be submitted to the FAI?admin2021-11-29T15:56:20+02:00