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Belgium and Czech Republic synchronized their competition draws, and the overall leaderboard features a good mix in the AAA and A Class competition, while the Belgian 4-way teams dominated in the two other categories.
The national 4-way teams did not have any serious challengers in both countries. NMP-PCH Hayabusa finished with an impressive 25.7 average at the second outdoor meet with new Tail Jeroen Nollet. Les Stunts, Belgium's national team in 4-way Women, competed with a new team member, as well, and started on exactly the same level (12.5) where the previous lineup finished at the FAI World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2014.
|Czech Nationals 2015||Rd. 1||Rd. 2||Rd. 3||Rd. 4||Rd. 5||Rd. 6||Rd. 7||Rd. 8||Rd. 9||Total||Avg|
|3||Big Shock Hvezdy||10||9||10||10||12||6||10||8||10||85||9.4|
|2||Best of Relative||4||4||7||5||6||7||5||2||4||44||4.9|
The Bad Boys have to wait for the next outdoor opportunity where they can beat their own highest meet average. It will most likely happen next year when the Czech national team plans to focus mostly on outdoor competition, while the 2015 season was heavily dedicated to indoor competition. The Bad Boys are aiming at a good performance on home turf, the Hurricane Factory, at the indoor world meet later this year.
The CZ Ladies ended up right behind Belgium's national team in 4-way Women and were able to fend off Big Shock Hvezdy in Most. The Top 4 teams on the AAA Class leaderboard are the national 4-way teams of both countries and may meet each other directly later this year.