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... that Rookie Class competed while the world class teams trained in Prostejov?

Rookie Class scores at Gold Coast Skydiving
posted Aug 24th, 2014 - The scores of five Rookie Class teams are currently posted on last weekend's leaderboard, while the best 4-way teams in the world are getting ready for Round 1 of the FAI World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2014 in Prostejov, where Round 1 is scheduled for Tuesday morning.

Once again, the Rookie Class teams gave each other a great competition, and it is a battle between the Northwest and the Southern Skydiving League so far. The Top 3 teams are separated by two points, and more Rookie Class scores may be added from Northern California and Carolina.

The new Southern Skydiving League celebrated the conclusion of the first season with a total of six teams at Gold Coast Skydiving, while the Northwest Skydiving League has one more meet to come in September.

August 23rd, 2014Round 1Round 2Round 3Round 4Round 5Round 6TotalAvg
RankRookie P,L,GD,N,OM,Q,HA,E,JB,F,KH,C,DTotalAvg
1Gear CheckSSL268286325.3
2Instructions Not IncludedSSL478480315.2
3Rain AirNWSL0478011305.0
4Fox Fource FourSSL234545233.8
Fun Flag in Prostejov
image by: Niklas Daniel
Monday is the last training day in Prostejov, and the Sun Path Products NSL News will begin with the live coverage from Prostejov tomorrow. The time of previews is over, and the first scores will be posted very soon.

The drought of major events without the Fun Flag is over, too. The last photos and stories came from the World Cup 2013 in Banja Luka. Then the 4th Dubai Cup 2013 and the World Challenge 2014 both went by without any Fun Flag updates or photos, as it was hidden at an unknown place.

Niklas Daniel now provided the Sun Path Products NSL News with fresh evidence that the Fun Flag is in Prostejov. The games can begin...

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