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Fortunately, there is other footage available that presents all teams from the judging perspective, and NSL-TV will follow up with as much videos as possible. Bodyflight Bedford and InTime provided the footage from the top view and allowed the Sun Path Products NSL News to use it for the aftermath.
The audience now has the opportunity to get a third angle of the Belgian team who won the World Challenge for the 4th consecutive time. Most videos recorded by the NSL-TV camera on eye level have been uploaded, and Hayabusa's competition videos from the judging view have been added with this news update. The third angle might be the most interesting one, as it provides an insight view from the team's perspective - two hours in the competition life of NMP-PCH Hayabusa.
|World Challenge 2014||Rd. 1||Rd. 2||Rd. 3||Rd. 4||Rd. 5||Rd. 6||Rd. 7||Rd. 8||Rd. 9||Rd. 10||Total||Avg|
|1||NMP-PCH Hayabusa (BE)||27||29||28||36||32||36||25||21||24||33||291||29.1|
|4||Gavroches Maubeuge (FR)||23||25||24||33||31||31||20||18||21||28||254||25.4|
Point Dennis Preat had a major role in two of the unexpected parts of the story. First, Bodyflight Bedford's TV production team interfered with the normal team routine during a competition with a funny project where Dennis Preat had to pack a parachute quickly. He and the whole team were great sports and played along very well.
Then the sequence for Round 8 included Block 2 (Side Body Dount - Side Flaked Donut), and the preparations brought back memories of the dramatic finish at the Mondial Dubai 2012. Dennis Preat had no problem explaining the situation and added a few pointers for all front pieces when Block 2 comes up. The two hours with Hayabusa were very much worth the long break...