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But I do not know it is true. If they have 6 diamond legs, that mean 18FAA and automaticaly Founders Double Diamond. It's just as I understand allotment FAA points only :) 3FAA per every diamond leg.--[[User:Dusyk|Dusyk]] 13:58, 19 October 2009 (UTC)                                       
 
But I do not know it is true. If they have 6 diamond legs, that mean 18FAA and automaticaly Founders Double Diamond. It's just as I understand allotment FAA points only :) 3FAA per every diamond leg.--[[User:Dusyk|Dusyk]] 13:58, 19 October 2009 (UTC)                                       
  
:some corrections Menzel is a Downline Diamond, probably of Honold. So, in the mid 8Os, with 4 Diamond Legs, Böhnke was one of  the deepest Diamonds in Europe. Today the old ones mostly are retired and probably dont fully qualify as Diamond.   Bang is an international Diamond in Scandinavia counting with 0,5 FAA for Böhnke.  
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:some corrections Menzel is a Downline Diamond, probably of Honold. So, in the mid 8Os, with 4 Diamond Legs, Böhnke was one of  the deepest Diamonds in Europe. Today the old ones mostly are retired and probably dont fully qualify as Diamond. [[Bang, Else]] is an international Diamond in Scandinavia counting with 0,5 FAA for Böhnke.  
  
 
:The qualification for Founders Double Diamond based on FAA points requires not only 16 FAA points, but you also have to be a Diamond bonus recipient - i.e. you have to have 6 '''in-market''' legs (internationally sponsored groups do not count for the purpose of Diamond bonus qualification). So, if you have for example 4 in-market Diamond legs and 2 internationally sponsored Diamond legs, you are a Diamond, but not a Diamond bonus recipient. You are an Emerald bonus recipient, so you cannot qualify for Founders Double Diamond based on FAA points. But, you are a Diamond, because 4 of your 6 legs are in-market (you have to have at least 3 in-market legs) and you do have 6 Q6 legs.--[[User:SP75|SP75]] 16:04, 19 October 2009 (UTC)
 
:The qualification for Founders Double Diamond based on FAA points requires not only 16 FAA points, but you also have to be a Diamond bonus recipient - i.e. you have to have 6 '''in-market''' legs (internationally sponsored groups do not count for the purpose of Diamond bonus qualification). So, if you have for example 4 in-market Diamond legs and 2 internationally sponsored Diamond legs, you are a Diamond, but not a Diamond bonus recipient. You are an Emerald bonus recipient, so you cannot qualify for Founders Double Diamond based on FAA points. But, you are a Diamond, because 4 of your 6 legs are in-market (you have to have at least 3 in-market legs) and you do have 6 Q6 legs.--[[User:SP75|SP75]] 16:04, 19 October 2009 (UTC)
 
::OK thank you guys for explaining. Maybe I understand :D --[[User:Dusyk|Dusyk]] 18:38, 19 October 2009 (UTC)
 
::OK thank you guys for explaining. Maybe I understand :D --[[User:Dusyk|Dusyk]] 18:38, 19 October 2009 (UTC)

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Here is imformation 6 frontline diamonds. It is right expression? Better expression is 6 diamond legs. But I do not know it is true. If they have 6 diamond legs, that mean 18FAA and automaticaly Founders Double Diamond. It's just as I understand allotment FAA points only :) 3FAA per every diamond leg.--Dusyk 13:58, 19 October 2009 (UTC)

some corrections Menzel is a Downline Diamond, probably of Honold. So, in the mid 8Os, with 4 Diamond Legs, Böhnke was one of the deepest Diamonds in Europe. Today the old ones mostly are retired and probably dont fully qualify as Diamond. Bang, Else is an international Diamond in Scandinavia counting with 0,5 FAA for Böhnke.
The qualification for Founders Double Diamond based on FAA points requires not only 16 FAA points, but you also have to be a Diamond bonus recipient - i.e. you have to have 6 in-market legs (internationally sponsored groups do not count for the purpose of Diamond bonus qualification). So, if you have for example 4 in-market Diamond legs and 2 internationally sponsored Diamond legs, you are a Diamond, but not a Diamond bonus recipient. You are an Emerald bonus recipient, so you cannot qualify for Founders Double Diamond based on FAA points. But, you are a Diamond, because 4 of your 6 legs are in-market (you have to have at least 3 in-market legs) and you do have 6 Q6 legs.--SP75 16:04, 19 October 2009 (UTC)
OK thank you guys for explaining. Maybe I understand :D --Dusyk 18:38, 19 October 2009 (UTC)