Australian and International juniors should register here to enter the Australian Junior Gliding Championships in a single seat glider. If you’re intending on competing, please complete this as soon as possible so we can get an idea of numbers. Changes to your registration can be made via the contact us page. An official entry form must also be completed prior to the beginning of the competition – this will be posted to the documents page and available in hard copy at the competition.
You agree that at the start of the competition:
You are the age of 25 years or less
You have at least 50 hours solo in gliders
You are the holder of an FAI C Certificate
You have a current GFA Glider Pilot Certificate
You are familiar with GFA MOSP in regard to rules of the air
You are familiar with the GFA National Competition Rules
You are familiar with the Junior Nationals local rules
You have current flying practice (within 2 months)
You have had a biennial flight review in the previous 24 months, with appropriate logbook endorsement
The parachute being used has been repacked no earlier than 6 months before the competition
The glider being flown is equipped with a working FLARM
You will be a member of Gliding Australia
You will be a member of the Australian Junior Gliding Club
You will be prepared to sign an indemnity form, indemnifying the JoeyGlide organisers from any damages you incur at the competition
If you are under the age of 18, you will have the written permission of a parent or legal guardian to attend
Before competing, you will be required to sign a declaration that you meet all of the above requirements.
JoeyGlide 2024 will be flown as a Club Class (unballasted) championship with an additional 15m (ballasted) class if there is sufficient interest (8 or more entrants).
Check the latest unballasted handicaps to make sure your glider is eligible for club class or indicate your interest in 15m class on the registration form below.