Welcome to the Cross Country Cup 2019 (CCC).
The category "Hang Gliding Class 2 (Ultralight)" will be introduced for the first time in the 2019 season. Accordingly, various points have been added to the regulations.
When logging flights with electric propulsion it is important to note that, if not automatically detected, the start and end times of the flight must be entered manually
when registering the flight. If the motor is used several times during a flight, the motorless distance declared by the pilot counts (does not have to be the first). Start
and end times must be entered accordingly. The engine must not have been used between the specified start and end times, in accordance with sports regulation D 5.1.6.
Pilots who are SHV/FSVL members and take part in the Cross Country Cup (CCC) can enter their flights on this website.
The flights will then be scored for the daily and annual rankings.
Since 2017, there's no more sports license required to take part in the CCC. So participation is free of charge.
You just have to be member of the SHV/FSVL. All previous services are still guaranteed by SHV/FSVL.
If you want your flights to be taken into account for the club rankings,
you need to enter the respective club at registration. You have to be a member of this club. Changing the club during the season is
not possible (after April 30th of the respective year).
Only flights which are claimed on this site will be taken into the CCC rankings. You'll find further information about the rules
All other pilots (who don't participate in the CCC) can claim their flights on
the World XContest website. The World XContest provides a ranking over all national
contests. So you can review and compare the flights of all pilots, whether they participate in the CCC or not.
Left menu: contains references to pages with informations about flights, pilots and ranking in particular classes.
Furthermore you can find here rules and F.A.Q.
Right menu: for "users", contains references to pages which can user (pilot) use for registration, flight claim,
pilot profile management, etc.
If you have any questions about XContest platform and CCC, please check out the help page first.
Main goal of XContest project:
The Swiss Cross Country Cup runs on the platform of the XContest project, provided by the PGweb team (Jakub Havel,
Petr Chromec and Karel Vejchodsky).
The main idea of XContest system is to provide pilots with most well-arranged and simple
as possible online cross country contest. The XContest project wants to provide world wide all important information about flights and
pilots. The aim during the flight information browsing is to give all users the opportunity to view all important data available from
tracklogs. No additional software is required.