The Feminine National Champion
This is presented each year to the highest ranking female contestant at any
U.S. National contest, with a miniumum score of 60% of the winner.
7.7 Junior and Feminine National Champions
7.7.1 The titles of Junior and Feminine National Champion will be awarded each year upon the completion of all National competitions.
7.7.2 The Junior or Feminine National Champion is the qualifying pilot who achieves the highest percentage of the maximum possible score (the sum of all winning daily scores) at any US National Soaring Championship during the calendar year.
7.7.3 A minimum of 60% of the maximum possible score must be achieved for a Junior or Feminine National Champion to be declared.
FAI Class National Competition Rules, Contest Year 2002, 24 March 2002
The recipients have been:
2019 - Sarah Kelly Arnold: Duo Discus, Albert Lea, MN, 20 Meter Multi-Seat Class
2018 - Sarah Kelly Arnold: Duo Discus, Reedsville, PA, 20 Meter Multi-Seat Class
2017 - Kathryn M. Fosha: H-201 Standard Libelle, Hobbs, NM, Club Class Nationals
2016 - Sarah Kelly Arnold: Ventus 2ax, Lancaster SC, 18 Meter Class
2015 - Sarah Kelly Arnold: Ventus 2ax, Harris Hill, NY, 15 Meter Class
2014 - Sarah Kelly Arnold: ASW-15B, Midlothian, TX, Club Class
2013 - No award
2012 - No award
2011 - Sarah Kelly Arnold: Discus B, Benton, TN, Sports Class
2010 - Sarah Kelly: Discus B, Parowan, UT, Sports Class
2009 - Sarah Kelly: Silent 2, Harris Hill, NY, Sports Class
2008 - Sarah Kelly: LS-8, Cordele, GA, Standard Class
2007 - Sarah Kelly: Discus, Hobbs, NM, Standard Class
2006 - Liz Schwenkler: Nimbus 3, Hobbs, NM, Open Class
2005 - Liz Schwenkler: ASW 27, Uvalde, TX, 15 Meter Class
2004 - Liz Schwenkler: Ventus C, Uvalde, TX, 18 Meter Class
2003 - Liz Schwenkler: ASW 27, Tonopah, UT, 15 Meter Class
2002 - Liz Schwenkler: Nimbus 3, Uvalde, TX
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