Airalympics 2018 | Taking to the Skies
Hello members of the forum, and welcome to the 2018 Winter Airalympic Games! The IF Olympics were due to take place during the current Olympics, but because of some setbacks, it has been rescheduled to line up with the Paralympics, taking place March 15-22. We may have a new look, but we are the same old games, with some new features! This is, and will be our main thread for the entire games, constantly being updated with the latest events, scores, and other news crucial to the competition. Keep scrolling to learn more about the re-designed Airalympic Games.
The Games are a test of all pilot’s skill, endurance, and, technique. Events are meant to be a way to test the awesome skills, while also maintaining a fun and enjoyable vibe for competitors and spectators alike. There will be a total of 11 events across
5 sports. A full list of sports and events can be found below. Click on a title to find out more about it, and how it is scored.
The Official Airalympic Schedule will be announced once we have consulted with all member nations. Expect all events to take place from 1-3 days, depending on the amount of competitors and the individual event layout.
This years games will feature teams from a total of 3 countries (or more - others in approval process). All nation teams are made up of one team leader, which manages competing members, however they also may compete, and the rest of the team. which may compete in however many events the like. Below is a complete list of all confirmed teams competing in this years Games. Click a team name to learn more about them, and to see their thread and/or website. Please note that teams handle their own recruitment, do not contact the IAB regarding a team membership.
Team Leader: @natedog508
Right Hand Man: @Chris_Hoover
IAB Team Code: USA
Team United States has been a key member of the Airalympic Games, since the first IF Olympics in 2014. Since then, they have grown to be one of the largest and most competitive team in the games. Management recently changed within their team, but not to worry, as they are still the Same old Team USA, just bigger and better. We look forward to seeing them in the games. Please use the links below to learn more about their team.
Team USA Thread: Team USA // 2018 Infinite Flight Airalympics // Official Thread
Team USA Sign Up Form: https://goo.gl/forms/5EyclWCCIIvLZKvb2
Team Leader: @Aussie_Wombat
Right Hand Man: @Josh
IAB Team Code: AUS
Team Australia is back and it’s better than ever! Team Australia first showed up at the first Olympics, in 2014, and they have “Been In It, To Win It” ever since. Check out the links below to learn more about the team that is “Down Under”.
Team Australia Thread: Team Australia || IF Airalympics
Sign Up: https://oz-ifa.weebly.com/
Team Great Britain
Team Great Britain
Team Leader: @Ameru187
Right Hand Men:
- @Kirito_77 - Trainer for Freestyle Competition’s
- @Kevin_Potthast - Trainer for Cross Country and Racing
- @Luke_Kelly - Trainer for Landing Competition’s
IAB Team Code: GBR
Team Great Britain made its first appearance during the 2014 Olympics! But this year, they are back and better than ever! Check out these links below to learn more about the British Team!
Team Great Britain Thread: Team Great Britain | 2018 International Airalympics
Team Leader: @AllegiantAir
Right Hand Man: @Delta_Alpha_Lima
IAB Team Code: LBN
Welcome Team Lebanon to the first Olympic type event! Team Lebanon might be from a small country, but their power will be great at the 2018 International Airalympic Games!
Team Lebanon Thread: Team Lebanon || IF Airalympics
We will be accepting applications for new teams through Thursday, March 8th. If you are interested in creating and leading a team, please check the requirements for creating a team and the list of approved and pending teams before filling out an application. When you’re ready, fill out the form below. Please note that while a team may start with one person, or more team members have not been signed up by Tuesday, March 13, the team will forfeit any scheduled appearances at the Games.
Teams Submitted: (Accepted, Rejected, Under Review)
The International Airalympic Board is the governing body of the Airalympics. The IAB is composed of head members, who oversee day-to-day operations, as well as judges and referees, who officiate events, and other volunteers you’ll see around the events. If you have any questions, please direct them to the main board members. Do not message any judges or referees regarding scoring or officiating at events. Instead, PM an board member.
Judges and Referees:
We Are Hiring!
The IAB is currently looking for referees and judges to help officiate events. If you think you might be interested, please submit an application below, and a member from the board will contact you within 48 hours of submission. Take a look at the events before you submit an application, and let us know if any catch your eye!
Here at the Airalympics, we hold ourselves, our officials, and our teams to high standards. In the event that you see any unethical, unprofessional, or any otherwise inappropriate behavior, please report it by using the form below. It will be investigated by the IAB, and may be passed on to team administration, IFVARB, or the IFC Moderation Team if necessary. If you need an urgent response, create a PM with board members, and team leaders (if necessary).
If you have suggestions for any aspect of the games, please be sure to let us know on this form below. We love to hear from spectators and community members and will use your feedback to help shape future games.
Thank you for visiting our thread today. If you have any questions about the Games that were not answered, please comment your questions below, or let us know via PM. We are looking forward to the Games, and hope to see you there, whether you are part of a team, an official, or spectator. We’re ready to take to the skies, are you?
Official Airalympic Games Thread Made By @CaptJackson