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3rd Dubai Championships 2011

4-way Open Class4-way Female Class

Scores for Meet on Nov 30th, 2011

Nov 30th, 2011
FS4
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Total Avg
Rank AAA Class L,C,P,20 K,M,6,15 G,19,H,11 2,10,E 13,9,5 O,7,3 B,21,16 4,1,22 Total Avg
1 Bodyflight  UK  E 21 22 16 16 18 19 20 15 147 18.4
2 Aerodyne Deep Blue Defenders  FR  E 19 20 20 15 16 20 17 14 141 17.6
3 Illusions  RU  E 19 18 14 14 11 18 15 14 123 15.4


News Associated With This Event

Did you know that the Aerodyne Deep Blue Defenders have a message for the female 4way world?
posted: Dec 8th, 2011 The competition in the female 4way category at the 3rd Dubai Championship 2011 ended just as much without any surprises in the last round as it was in the Open Class competition. The experienced Bodyflight... (more)
Did you know that the 4way teams in Dubai have completed two rounds?
posted: Dec 1st, 2011 The leaderboard is almost complete at the 3rd Dubai Championship 2011, at least with the scores of Round 1. The teams have completed two rounds, but the judging and DZ-TV system is struggling to keep up... (more)
Did you know that Team Blue consists of four world champions in the female category?
posted: Nov 26th, 2011 The NSL News published a preview of the female 4way competition at the 3rd Dubai Championship 2011 on 16 November 2011 and introduced the lineups from France and Russia, Aerokart Deep Blue Defenders and... (more)
Did you know that three female 4way teams will share $40,000 at the 3rd Dubai Championship?
posted: Nov 16th, 2011 Yesterday's NSL Talk conversation with the Norwegian national 4way team in the female category, Polaris, included a few pointers that the NSL News picked up and researched a little bit deeper. Polaris... (more)
Did you know that Denmark enters the female 4way competition with a new lineup?
posted: Oct 4th, 2011 The NSL News has covered the competition for the unofficial annual Scandinavian championship quite a few times in the past. The Open Class teams from Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden and sometimes Iceland... (more)