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Did You Know...

... that the MidAtlantic Skydiving League teams have no video shortage?

MASL Rookie Class lineups last weekend
posted Jun 19th, 2012 - Last weekend's overall leaderboard is complete with the last missing scores arriving from Cross Keys.

MidAtlantic Skydiving League Director Dennis Miller held the June meet on Saturday, and three teams attended. Six participants wanted to play in the Rookie Class, and three of them came out to join an MASL event for the first time. Dennis Miller took the Center Outside slot as a player coach for both Rookie Class lineups and had a busy day. He said that the new Rookie Class competitors had a fun time and are looking forward to doing it again.

The MASL teams have not had any problems yet finding their videographers for the meets. Greg Gallaher, who returned to the sport after a long layoff, moved from Point position at the May meet to the camera slot last weekend. Dennis Miller said that he did a great job "capturing the ensuing rounds after ironing out some technical issues with the camera on the first round".

Jun 16th, 2012Round 1Round 2Round 3Round 4Round 5Round 6TotalAvg
RankA ClassC,D,BE,A,19M,26,H21,4K,G,7TotalAvg
1Cross Keys Flashpoint (US) 9 7 5 8 6 8437.2
RankRookieC,D,BE,A,LM,J,NH,Q,CF,B,AK,G,OTotalAvg
1Team Do (US) 1 3 4 1 1-102.0
2Fast and Flurrious (US) 0 0 1---10.3
Karp Cup and JetStream
The other MASL videographer, Brad Moon, has also recently returned to the sport after several years of hiatus. He had previous video experience with teams, and Dennis Miller said that it looks like he hasn't forgotten anything:

"He did a perfect job and is looking forward to participating at the July meet, the Karp Cup."

Dennis Miller is expecting great participation at the annual memorial event for one of the MASL 4way competitors, Seth Karp, who was a member of 4way team JetStream and lost his life in a landing accident in 2002.

June 16th, 2012Round 1Round 2Round 3Round 4Round 5Round 6Round 7TotalAvg
RankA Class C,D,BE,A,19M,26,H21,4K,G,7L,9TotalAvg
1MACH4 (NL)INT 11 9 12 9 7 10 9679.6
2Cross Keys Flashpoint (US)MASL 9 7 5 8 6 8-437.2
3Watu Wazuri (NL)INT 7 4 8 7 5 4 7426.0
3TNT (NL)INT 10 5 7 1 7 6 6426.0
5Angry Birds (NL)INT 4 5 5 5 3 5 3304.3
6Dutch Outlaws (NL)INT 3 4 5 6 3 1 7294.1
Good progression: Flashpoint
Cross Keys training team, Flashpoint, competed once again in the A Class. Dennis Miller reported that Flashpoint plans to compete in the A Class at the first three meets of the year and then move up into the AA Class. He said that the team is well organized and looks good in the air: "We'll be patient and watch as they progress."

Flashpoint started with a 4.8 average in May and now posted a 7.2 average last weekend. Next step will be the first 10-pointer for a round.

The progression between the first and second meet of the season earned Flashpoint the second place on the overall A Class leaderboard. Only the Dutch team MACH 4 scored higher in the Netherlands. The 3rd MASL meet of the 2012 season is the Karp Cup and scheduled for the July 21 weekend.

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