||To build an airplane from newspaper capable of traveling 10 metres
||Individuals or teams of 2.
||One full sheet of newspaper; other materials such as elastics,
glue, tape and paper clips.
- The airplane may be constructed prior to the competition and
must resemble conventional planes.
- There shall be one preselected launching platform.
||Each plane is allowed three launches and minor adjustments to
the planes structure may be allowed
- The airplane that travels the furthest is the winner. Each
plane which travels 10 metres receives 10 points plus 1 point
for every metre traveled beyond 10 metres.
- Each plane which travels 10 metres or more receives an award.
||Other awards can be given for design, appearance, acrobatics or
naming the plane.
||Youth Science Foundation Science Olympics Manual.