National Championship Points Series
In the USUA National Championship Points Series, pilots of all ability levels have the opportunity to earn recognition while continuing to sharpen their skills. America's best pilots are recognized every year as National Points Champions. The National Championship Points Series encourages pilots from around the country to accumulate national ranking points. At the annual USUA business meeting both Regional and National Points Champions are named. The Points Series has run continuously since 1987.
Mike Brawner's article, Planning and Hosting an Ultralight Meet, provides good advice on how to hold a competition event.
The Points Series is divided into several classes: These classes are: Solo Weightshift (trike), Two-Place Weightshift Solo Fixed Wing (airplane), Two-Place Fixed Wing, Solo Powered Paraglider (PPG), Solo Powered Parachutes (PPC) and Two-Place PPC. National Points Championships are only awarded when participants have entered a minimum of three competitions.
The USUA National Championships Points Series helps determine eligibility to compete in the U.S. Microlight Championships and the U.S. Microlight World Championship Team.
The scores for all meets received by USUA are now available online. View the master score sheet for this season here. (Score sheet last updated April 05, 2008)
Previous U.S. National Points Series Winners:
Past Winner Announcements:
2000 National Champions
2003 National Champions
2004 National Champions
2005 National Champions
2006 National Champions
2007 National Champions
P.O. Box 3501
Gettysburg, PA 17325
Phone: (717) 339-0200