Event Results

Parkes Pow Wow (3 day)

Friday, 06/09/2017 - Sunday, 06/11/2017

2017 Coota Pow Wow

Overall, there were 19 pilots flying in the 2017 Coota Pow Wow contest. In no particular order they were: Chris Rutter, David Roberts, Harley Wall, James Owen, John Manwaring, jon york, Jordan Kendall, Lindsay Wall, Mark Ashby, Mark Easton, Norm Frazer, Owen Gibbens, Peter Bryner, Peter Sargent, Scott Bardney, Steve Maitland, Tim McDonald, Tim Wellard and Tony Ball. These pilots flew a grand total of 418 judged sequences.

Tim Wellard won the Basic class. There were 4 pilots in Basic. The winning order was: (1) Tim Wellard, (2) Tony Ball, (3) David Roberts and (4) Mark Ashby. They flew 11 known sequences (6 rounds). The scores ranged from a low of 493.1 to a high of 1,000 (a range of 506.9 points).

Owen Gibbens won the Sportsman class. There were 3 pilots in Sportsman. The winning order was: (1) Owen Gibbens, (2) jon york and (3) John Manwaring. They flew 9 known sequences (5 rounds) and 2 unknown rounds. The scores ranged from a low of 909.8 to a high of 1,000 (a range of 90.2 points).

Chris Rutter won the Intermediate class. There were 4 pilots in Intermediate. The winning order was: (1) Chris Rutter, (2) Lindsay Wall, (3) Peter Sargent and (4) Norm Frazer. They flew 9 known sequences (5 rounds) and 2 unknown rounds. The scores ranged from a low of 772.3 to a high of 1,000 (a range of 227.7 points).

James Owen won the Advanced class. There were 3 pilots in Advanced. The winning order was: (1) James Owen, (2) Tim McDonald and (3) Jordan Kendall. They flew 9 known sequences (5 rounds) and 2 unknown rounds. The scores ranged from a low of 940 to a high of 1,000 (a range of 60 points).

Mark Easton won the Unlimited class. There were 5 pilots in Unlimited. The winning order was: (1) Mark Easton, (2) Harley Wall, (3) Steve Maitland, (4) Scott Bardney and (5) Peter Bryner. They flew 9 known sequences (5 rounds) and 2 unknown rounds. The scores ranged from a low of 801.8 to a high of 1,000 (a range of 198.2 points).

The tightest competition was for 2nd place in the Advanced class, with only 20.4 points difference between Tim McDonald and Jordan Kendall.

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