posted Mar 8th, 2014 -
In the same load: Vadim Niyzzov, Valentin Ilin, Joey Jones,
The main story of the Paraclete XP Outdoor Championship 2014
is a sad one. It is obvious that NMP-PCH Hayabusa is not on the leaderboard, at least not so far. There might be a chance that the Belgian national team could still get their numbers posted, but it would happen in an improvised and unofficial way. NMP-PCH Hayabusa had to withdraw on the meet days.
Tail Roy Janssen already had a hard time last weekend to make it though the ten rounds of the Paraclete XP Indoor Championship 2014. He caught an illness on the way across the Atlantic Ocean and struggled to gather enough energy for the indoor competition.
NMP-PCH Hayabusa then made it to DeLand, and Roy Janssen seemed to have recovered well enough, as his team made a few training jumps on Thursday.
NMP-PCH Hayabusa at the competition draw on Thursday evening
The training energy spent on Thursday may have made it worse for Roy Janssen, as he felt very sick on Friday. In fact, NMP-PCH Hayabusa had to withdraw from the competition, as the Belgian team would not have been able to make any competition rounds on Friday.
There was no meet on Friday, as the weather did not allow any jumping activities that day. Hayabusa was now hoping that Roy Janssen would be able to recover with a whole day of rest. It did not happen, and the beautiful weather on Saturday morning allowed all teams to get in the air - except Hayabusa.
Eight rounds were completed by most teams on Saturday, and the judges have caught up until Round 7. NSL-TV features the fastest sequences of the meet with the InTime videos of Round 4, together with a live news update from the jumprun for Round 1 by Joey Jones, which will hopefully compensate for a relatively quiet Sun Path Products NSL News day. The aftermath will begin soon after the meet with much more video coverage. Round 9 and 10 are scheduled for Sunday morning.
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