Cornell Invitational (Division B and C)

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Re: Cornell Invitational (Division B and C)

Postby IvanGe » January 7th, 2019, 8:08 am

Did they post anything about which level of rules they are using for tech events(regs, states or nats)? I know they posted something about code busters and thermo but what about the other events?
national rules pretty sure
According to their website:
- All National events, including NY trial events.
- A schedule closely mimicking Nationals’ and its event conflicts.
- All events will be run at the state level with national clarifications.
Thanks! :D The nationals clarifications would be the ones listed under Rules Clarifications on their website right?
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Re: Cornell Invitational (Division B and C)

Postby drcubbin » January 7th, 2019, 9:10 am


national rules pretty sure
According to their website:
- All National events, including NY trial events.
- A schedule closely mimicking Nationals’ and its event conflicts.
- All events will be run at the state level with national clarifications.
Thanks! :D The nationals clarifications would be the ones listed under Rules Clarifications on their website right?
Correct Ivan! See you at your next Potions and Poisons event! :D

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Re: Cornell Invitational (Division B and C)

Postby builderguy135 » January 9th, 2019, 8:20 pm

Does anyone know how tall the ceiling is going to be at Cornell this year? (for gliders and wright stuff)
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Re: Cornell Invitational (Division B and C)

Postby isotelus » January 9th, 2019, 9:53 pm

Does anyone know how tall the ceiling is going to be at Cornell this year? (for gliders and wright stuff)
On the nationals forums, someone said that it would be run in an indoor track, so size shouldn't be an issue. However, the specifics should be up on the site soon.
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Re: Cornell Invitational (Division B and C)

Postby Unome » January 10th, 2019, 3:34 am

Does anyone know how tall the ceiling is going to be at Cornell this year? (for gliders and wright stuff)
On the nationals forums, someone said that it would be run in an indoor track, so size shouldn't be an issue. However, the specifics should be up on the site soon.
Size is always an issue, unless the ceiling height is infinite.
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Re: Cornell Invitational (Division B and C)

Postby GoldenKnight1 » January 10th, 2019, 3:47 am

On the nationals forums, someone said that it would be run in an indoor track, so size shouldn't be an issue.
Also don’t assume that the space used for Nationals will be the same one used for the Invitational.

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Re: Cornell Invitational (Division B and C)

Postby nicholasmaurer » January 10th, 2019, 11:33 am

On the nationals forums, someone said that it would be run in an indoor track, so size shouldn't be an issue.
Also don’t assume that the space used for Nationals will be the same one used for the Invitational.
I agree you shouldn't assume the venues will be identical. However, I do know they intend to have as many be the same as possible.
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Re: Cornell Invitational (Division B and C)

Postby isotelus » January 10th, 2019, 2:30 pm

Does anyone know how tall the ceiling is going to be at Cornell this year? (for gliders and wright stuff)
On the nationals forums, someone said that it would be run in an indoor track, so size shouldn't be an issue. However, the specifics should be up on the site soon.
Size is always an issue, unless the ceiling height is infinite.
Good point- I meant to say that the ceiling should be pretty high, high enough for most planes and gliders to reach a high peak.
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Re: Cornell Invitational (Division B and C)

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Re: Cornell Invitational (Division B and C)

Postby IvanGe » January 14th, 2019, 6:17 pm

Do we know if it's college students writing the tests or are they asking coaches to help write tests? Or is it going to be like national supervisors writing the tests?
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