New York 2009

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gneissisnice
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Re: New York 2009

Postby gneissisnice » August 1st, 2009, 9:46 am

the whole point of a pilot event is to see if the event works. helicopter is beining disscused to be an actuall event in a few years and to make sure it works they are letting anyone compete and not count towards the overall score.
Now my question is: for arguments sake say that my school has 3 teams. If i compete in helicopter for the B team (i can b/c it doesnt' HAVE to be alternates, it just can) can i also compete in it for the C and A team?
But I dont think that one person is allowed to compete on two different teams in their school.
I have no idea about pilot events though, NY never had em before.
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Re: New York 2009

Postby smartkid222 » August 1st, 2009, 1:05 pm


But I dont think that one person is allowed to compete on two different teams in their school.
I have no idea about pilot events though, NY never had em before.
Thats correct. you can't compete for more than two teams. but this is a pilot event so it might be differnt.

btw the NYS website has many additions including the state schedual (which has a few major, but obvious typos)
i sometimes ponder why the state schedual comes out in august, but the regional schedual (which are needed first) come out a lot later.
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