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Dear colleagues aeromodellers,

Baltic cup 2013 is back! Also Rolandas Mackus took over the organization of Baltic Cup once more. Our friends Estonian Free Flight Cup 2013 will be held on the same weekend so we will have two World Cup events in one weekend at Madziunai field again. Competitions are planned in spring so we are hoping to see lots of our friends competitors and of course new ones at Baltic Cup 2013 and Estonian Free Flight Cup 2013 on 25th – 27th of April. Schedules and bulletins of competition can be found in Schedule section.

Dear friends, we invite all competitors to take part in “Baltic cup 2013” with free flight (F-1-A, F-1-B, F-1-C, F-1-Q) models. Competition will be organized according to the FAI Sporting Code rules, section 1-4 and is incorporated in the FAI World Cup Contest Calendar 2013. Winners of the five places in individual scoring in all classes will be awarded with cups and diplomas. We remind that participants must hold a valid FAI aeromodelling license.

History of Baltic Cup

First international competition in Lithuania (Kaunas) was organized on 13-19th of August 1939. At that time in Baltic nation contest took part teams from Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Finland. There already where three main model classes: models with fuel engines (8 participants), models with rubber engines (15 participant) and gliders (14 participant). The winner of first international competition in Lithuania was Estonian team, second place – Finnish team, third – Lithuanian, fourth – Latvian team.

First time in Madžiūnai field “Baltic cup” competition was held at year 2000. Competitors were pleased with friendly atmosphere between competitors and organizers, good flying field and fine accommodation conditions. So at 2001 “Baltic cup” became not only competition for Baltic teams but were open for all countries and had participants from all Europe. And form year 2002 because of big amount of competitors and high organization “Baltic cup” competition were added in FAI World Cup Contest Calendar.