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Gatling remembered that the VCR used for the dubbing procedure in Perris had "some serious flicker issues". Arizona Divewerkz tried to help the situation and provided the team's VCR for dubbing beginning in round two or three. Then the flickering stopped.
Airspeed Odyssey and Velocity both finished the round with 30 points on the scoreboard. It was the first time in this meet that Airspeed Odyssey was really visible, due to the video problems in the first two rounds. Airspeed Velocity's earlier jump videos were of slightly better quality.
A total of 11 teams competed in the AAA Class on the April 16 weekend, four teams in Eloy, three teams in Lake Wales and four additional teams in Brazil. The best Brazilian team, CTR Optimum, took the fourth position in round three with 18 points in working time. Teiwa-Z-Hills, Denmark Elements and Brazil So Pressao followed with 17 points, with the FSL team giving away three points on the hill.
Arizona FTTTJ's round three caught special attention with a score of 13 points. The SSL team includes Jamie Lindsay who was the team leader for the U.S. Formation Skydiving teams at the world meet in Croatia 2004. The score of 13 points took the second place in round three, while FTTTJ ended up in fourth position at the end of the 6-round meet.
SSL team "Quake" won round three in the A Class with 10 points for P-Q-B and also finished in first place after six rounds. Quake's meet videos were not available. The "AZ Desert Dogs" represent the Southwest Skydiving League in the A Class, while "Zero Tolerance Miami" competed for the Florida Skydiving League. Enjoy the show and the fast sequences.