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Title: What is the Elite equivalent in CPE standard
Post by: Terry Pasfield on March 19, 2020, 03:17:40 PM
CPE has different levels 1,2,3,4,5,C. I'd like to know what level is the equivalent of Open and Elite in Nadac. This is only for those classes that correspond to a Nadac course. I think there are only two: Regular/Standard and Jumpers. So if someone is Level 3 (in CPE) is that Open in Nadac? Is Level 4 consider Elite?
I'm asking because some CPE people are interested in VT runs. Thanks.
Title: Re: What is the Elite equivalent in CPE standard
Post by: DeafSheltieMom on March 19, 2020, 04:46:48 PM
As someone who has run both venues, my opinion is that Standard Levels 1-2 are most like Novice, Levels 3-4 are most like Open, and Levels 5, C are most like Elite.  There are many other folks who also run both venues, and may have a different opinions.  However, it is up to those in the NADAC hierarchy to make the final ruling.
-dayle
Title: Re: What is the Elite equivalent in CPE standard
Post by: Colleen Flam on March 19, 2020, 07:11:56 PM
I host both Nadac and CPE trials and Levels 4-5-C are always ran together and would be elite level in Nadac.

Colleen Flam