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The Sun Path Products NSL News then followed one of the AA Class teams throughout the preparations for Round 3, the competition performance in the flying chamber and the aftermath. 4Astrophe from Canada is not new to the audience after several updates from Canada, including the Canadian Indoor Skydiving Championship 2014.
4Astrophe is one of the growing numbers of family teams where different family generations can train and compete together. Father Richard Bisson has his son Yannick and daughter Valerie in the lineup, and they were tied in 1st place after Round 3.
There is a lot of distraction in general at the World Challenge due to the unique number of teams. In addition, there are many cameras this time, as Paul Mayer is also running a live streaming TV show of the event all day long.
However, the youngest team and family member, Yannick Bisson, 11 years young, has a good time, and his focus is only on performance when he is flying. The eye level for the observers always allows a good look into the faces and body language of the flyers, and Yannick Bisson is a true competitor.
Yannick's and Valerie's mother is always around and makes sure that things are safe and easy for the kids. She would like to fly in the tunnel too, but has a weak shoulder that does not allow her to join this special family fun.
4th member Marie-Eve Dallaire is also training and competing with the Canadian national team in 4way Women, Fuzion. She told the Sun Path Products NSL News that Valerie Bisson has also been selected as the alternate for her other team. She has approx. 20 jumps and seems to be on the same path as Evolution's three Lemay brothers...