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The video coverage begins with the two top teams in 4-way Open, NMP PCH HayaBusa and Arizona Airspeed, who copied the 2014 leaderboard almost exactly, after a very different 10-round competition at Skydive Chicago though.
There was an 11-point difference between 1st and 2nd place in Prostejov, which was down to eight points after last week's ten rounds. However, the distance was significant at both events, even though HayaBusa created it only in the first three rounds this time.
FAI Mondial 2016
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It was still a very strong Airspeed lineup that eventually came to Illinois and even outscored HayaBusa in the last seven rounds. All five Airspeed members had previous world meet experiences, and three members (Thomas Hughes, Niklas Hemlin, Josh Hall) had won the gold medals at the Mondial Dubai 2012.
Thiago Gomes competed for Airspeed in Prostejov 2014, and Justin Price has been filming the team in the last four years.
FAI World Meet 2014
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Jeroen "Bob" Nollet competed for the first time at a World Championship of Formation Skydiving last week. His team had two years to prepare him for the ultimate challenge in 4-way Formation Skydiving competition, with indoor and outdoor training and other 4-way meets.
HayaBusa had won the team's first gold medals after four years (2011 - 2014) with the same lineup. Jeroen Nollet had only two years to fill in for the 2014 world champion. HayaBusa now has two more years with the same lineup and might be even less vulnerable in 2018...