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Did You Know...

... that NSL-TV presents an NMP PCH Hayabusa conversation in the middle of the competition?

Behind the camera: NMP PCH HayaBusa fans...
posted Sep 14th, 2016 - It has been a slow afternoon at the Mondial 2016 so far for the Formation Skydiving events. The cloudy weather did not allow any competition rounds so far.

The Sun Path Products NSL News used the opportunity to upload more videos and meet with NMP PCH HayaBusa for a new round of NSL Talk.

The whole HayaBusa delegation attended the conversation, including videographer Danny Jacobs, alternate Sven Ibens and coach Gary Smith.

Dennis Praet's father Paul and Grauwels father Alex are rarely missing such an opportunity, and they were following the conversation in the background and behind the camera, together with HayaBusa's military commander.

The NSL Talk took place after the completion of Round 5, and the videos of the first five HayaBusa rounds complete this update.

NSL Talk with NMP PCH HayaBusa usually happens after the completion of a meet, as the actual competition requires all of the attention for teams and competitors.

NMP PCH HayaBusa after watching Round 5
However, the current situation in the world's 4-way competition sees the Belgians in a very comfortable and confident position and a relaxed state of mind.

HayaBusa is ten points ahead of the team in 2nd place after Round 5, which equalizes a difference of a 2-point average.

This is an extraordinary distance for a competition for gold medals and may be unique in the history of the event. HayaBusa seems to be in a position where they have every reason to feel comfortable, confident and relaxed...

Arizona Airspeed has moved closer in the last two rounds though, which means only reduction of the losses.

Round 4 was even a tie, and Round 5 was only a 1-point difference. Airspeed's 3-member gold medal lineup of 2012 seems to be warming up...

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