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Did You Know...

... that Sinner-G and Cross Keys Flashpoint battled in the A Class last weekend?

Battle in the A Class: NWSL team Sinner-G
posted Sep 21st, 2012 - The battle in the Rookie Class between the Northwest Skydiving League and the Carolina Skydiving League, which concluded with a tie on the top of this part of the overall leaderboard, was not the only exciting cross-league competition.

The NSL News report from the Northwest Skydiving League mentioned that NWSL team Sinner-G moved up into the A Class for the first time at an outdoor competition last weekend. Sinner-G had indirectly competed with Rookie Class teams from other leagues on previous meet weekends. However, it was the first time that the NWSL team would face another team from a different league in the A Class.

There have been other A Class teams at earlier NWSL meets this year, but Sinner-G was not ready for this category by then. Now the NWSL team had no competition in the Northwest last weekend, which did not mean that there would be no A Class competition at all. The meet happened between Sinner-G and Cross Keys Flashpoint of the MidAtlantic Skydiving League.

September 15th, 2012Round 1Round 2Round 3Round 4Round 5Round 6TotalAvg
RankA Class 19,2K,7L,J,DM,P,A9,EG,C,OTotalAvg
1Sinner G (US)NWSL3861396457.5
1Cross Keys Flashpoint (US)MASL5951187457.5
Battle in the A Class: MASL team Cross Keys Flashpoint
Sinner-G had to put up with an MASL team who has been competing in the A Class all year long. Flashpoint had attended all previous MASL meets and showed up at Cross Keys for the team's 4th competition of the 2012 season. Another Rookie Class lineup was ready to compete at Cross Keys last weekend too, but the weather conditions did not allow the team to board the plane for any jumps.

Flashpoint did very well despite the challenging weather conditions and posted the team's best meet average of the 2012 season, which included the first 2-digit score in Round 4. The video shows Flashpoint's highest score in the team's short history.

Sinner-G still kept up with the more experienced MASL team in the A Class in both teams' last meet of the 2012 season. There is still as chance to face off directly at the NSL Championship in November and break the tie after last weekend's meet...

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