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The story on 17 April 2013 was related to the Canadian Indoor Championship 2013 where 4way indoor team 4Astrophe competed with father Richard Bisson and his two children, Yannick (11) and Valerie (16).
Former member of 4way team Cat Women, Jacinthe Labelle, was the 4th member, and 4Astrophe won the A Class competition in April 2013. The Canadian Indoor Skydiving Championship 2014 is coming up soon, and the Indoor Cloud League events are a good opportunity for teams to get into competition mode.
|Canadian Indoor Nationals 2013||Round 1||Round 2||Round 3||Round 4||Round 5||Round 6||Round 7||Round 8||Total||Avg|
|2||4 Way Drive (CA)||10||17||16||11||13||10||17||14||108||13.5|
|3||Chicks N Wings (CA)||9||17||10||9||11||14||14||9||93||11.6|
|4||Fly4 Mation (CA)||12||10||9||10||13||11||13||14||92||11.5|
|5||Wunder Bar (CA)||2||10||8||6||9||10||6||6||57||7.1|
4Astrophe had the same three Bisson family members in the lineup, only with different ages, Yannick 12 years now and Valerie 17. Julie Martel filled the 4th slot this time who trained and competed with Runway 4 in 2013. Runway 4 (Kassandra Gagnon, Nicolas Malley, Julie Martel, Céline Pelletier) posted a 14.1 average in the AAA Class at the indoor championship last year.
Melanie L-Guerin said that 4Astrophe is moving up into the AA Class competition this year and that the team makes great progress. The Indoor Cloud League sequence for February could be drawn for any AA Class competition.
|February 2014||AAA Class||AA Class||A Class||Rookie AAA||Rookie AA||Rookie A||Total|
|1||Skydive Arena (CZ)||26||33||23||30||29||12||153|
|2||SkyVenture Montreal (CA)||24||28||18||14||22||20||126|
|3||iFLY Orlando (US)||22||23||25||20||20(-2)||10||120|
|4||SkyVenture New Hampshire (US)||-||-||19||22(-1)||-||-||41|
|5||iFLY Seattle (US)||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|5||iFLY SF Bay (US)||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
Phoenix, with Melanie L-Guerin, Jennyfer Caron, Monika Wittmer and Karyna Dallaire in the lineup, outscored iFLY Orlando's AAA Class lineup and finished only two points behind the Bad Boyz at the Skydive Arena.
Hummingbird provided scores for the A Class and the Rookie AAA Class sequences for the first time. Luc Geoffroy, Veronique Guay, Manon Corbeil and Roger Theriault started with a 23-pointer for the Rookie A Class sequence in January and then added points for the Rookie AA Class sequence, as well, early in February. The new 18-pointer for the A Class sequence was the next Hummingbird step.