|Name||Club||CSS||LOFT||SOAR||Nats||DARTS||BSS||FRU||1st Drop||2nd Drop||Total|
|#1 - May 19-20, 2001 CSS Memorial Contest, Cincinnati, OH.|
Capn' Jack and his Cobra, setting up in the morning.
Cliff Bryan helps Barry Andersen set up his Spectre 120.
Tom Meyer and his beautiful Sailaire.
Who's timing for Rudy?
"Flyin" Bryan Smith hanging out with Reese and Jim between rounds.
Martin Doney and Reese Brock after recovering Martin's Chicago Style RES that landed off in some Cincinnati jungle!
Team "Wood Tool", Capn' Jack and Jim Bacus smile after starting out the contest season with 2nd and 3rd place wood.
Pilots checking out each others wood after the contest weekend on Sunday. From left to right, Paul Siegel weekend champ and 3rd, Jim Bacus 1st, Marc Gellart 2nd, Brian Smith 4th, and Jack Strother 5th.
|#2 - June 2-3, 2001 LOFT Weekend, Fort Wayne, IN.|
|#3 - June 8-10, 2001 SOAR Fred Fredrickson Memorial Contest, Chicago, IL.|
SOAR Wood, come and take it. HLG was on Friday, Unlimited man on man OVSS style on Sat. and Sun.
Lined up for a OVSS style man on man launch. Terry Edmonds in the foreground with Jim Bacus ready to time and throw his Escape.
Mike Fox at the sticks.
Bill Wingstedt times for Richard Burnoski.
Karl Miller, OVSS 2000 champion on the sticks, Don Woelfel timing, Ben Roberto in the back pointing to the thermals... 8-)
Terry Edmonds flying, Jim Bacus timing.
Jack Strother, LSF President presenting Jim McCarthy with his Level V plaque during the awards session.
Mike Fox accepts first place wood on Saturday from CD, Tom Kallevang.
|#4 - June 26-27, 2001 LSF AMA Nationals, Muncie, IN.|
OVSS contest #4 was at the LSF AMA Nationals, flown against some of the best pilots in North America. This is always the toughest contest to get OVSS points at. For full web coverage check out the LSF web site at http://www.silentflight.org/NATS2001/Unl/default.html
|#5 - August 11-12, 2001 DARTS Man on Man Soaring Challenge, Dayton, OH.|
Tom Kallevang, Capn' Jack, Joe Dirr and Jim Bacus in the foreground. CSS and SOAR team mates worked together.
Steve Siebenaler and his new toy, a carbon F3J Zenith. Steve placed first with this model on Sunday.
Another shot of the Zenith in the foreground, a Schpot Dorker lite behind it.
Joe Dirr, always ready to make you laugh!
Sundays wood holders. Jerry Shape, CD, Steve Siebenaler 1st, Joe Schmoll 2nd, Tom Kallevang 3rd, Jack Strother 4th, Jim Bacus 5th.
|#6 - August 25-26, 2001 BSS Mid-America Soaring Championship, Lexington, KY.|
Photography by Kerry Cochrell
|#7 - November 14, 2001 CSS Pumpkin Fly day 2, OVSS Fall Wrap Up, Cincinnati, OH.|
Photography by David "Wiggle your Sticks" Judson, innocent bystander
'Das Boat Lives!' Jim Bacus' Icon has been shot down from 700' at Nats, and mid aired at the F3J team selections, but is here to contest again.
2m Aspire on launch.
2m Aspire, looks like a zero landing. 8-)
Getting psyched for man on man flying.
Joe Dirr and Jack Strother.
Great landing approach.
Dave Campbell's Sapphire
Richard Burnoski and Bill Wingstedt.
Sam Bach and his ROG launch Sailaire
The Siegel brothers and Harry Roe.
Joe Dirr, master chef in disguise, carves one of the two deep fried turkeys he cooked for the pilots.
Richard Burnoski on the flight line, properly hung over! "Where's Karl?"
The CSS field is a great place to fly MoM format contests.
Tom Kallevang landing out.
Jim Bacus doing his landing dance.
Nailing that 100!