Paragliding Accuracy is growing popular as shown by the number of pilots being pre-registered in the coming World championship in Vlora, Dhermi, Llogara (Albania). For the first time in the discipline, the final number of pilots allowed per nation will be decided through the allocation process.
The process is described in Section 7C 2.3. It will take place on March 26.
CIVL apologize for not having anticipated the problem and having allowed registration until March 25 instead of March 7 as requested by the allocation 60-day deadline.
CIVL Bureau has agreed on the new date for the allocation.
The allocation process is simple.
Nations are listed in February 2017 ranking order: Slovenia, Serbia, Indonesia, etc.
Each round gives each nation one pilot. When 130 pilots are assigned, the allocation is stopped.
At this time, it seems like the maximum of pilots per nations might be as low as 7 (including 5 of the same gender).
The allocation results will be published on the competition website at the latest on March 27.
We encourage the participating nations to be aware of the situation and make their travel arrangements accordingly.
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