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The Czech national indoor team in 4-way Women won the duel in Montreal with a new team record average and brought home a set of FAI bronze medals for the Czech delegation at the same time. The HF Bad Boys finished in 11th place with a 21.9 average.
Both teams now had a re-match at the first 10-round indoor meet of the Czech World Tunnel League winter season at the Hurricane Factory, and the HF Bad Boys were able to outscore the HF Chicks this time.
The Bad Boys had already collected new Indoor Cloud League points for the Hurricane Factory after the indoor world cup, while the HF Chicks took a break and celebrated the successful trip to Montreal with the bronze medals as a souvenir from Canada.
Both teams were then facing each other again less than three weeks after Round 10 in Montreal.
World Tunnel League November 2017
|1||HF Bad Boys||CZ||25||24||34||30||22||27||21||17||16||17||233||23.3|
|3||HF Flying Circus||CZ||20||18||26||23||19||22||18||16||15||15||192||19.2|
|2||HF Flying Rebels||CZ||7||11||11||8||9||11||5||10||5||4||81||8.1|
The two Bad Boys have shared their point slot over the years, and Marián Jeziak was not available at several meets in 2016 and 2017.
The Montreal lineup now performed back on the highest level of the Bad Boys and were very close to the 23.4 team record average that they had posted at the FAI Indoor World Meet 2015 on home turf.
The World Tunnel League competition draw for November is not a fast one, even though the sequence of Round 4 includes four random formations. The ten rounds are exhausting all 22 blocks, while two random formations are missing.
The HF Chicks finished exactly one point behind their previous team record average, as well, that they had posted at the same event where the Bad Boys finished with the 23.4 average in October 2015. The 22.5 peak performance in Montreal is the new benchmark for the Czech 4-way Women team.
HF Flying Circus had a promising start into the indoor winter season, as well. The 19.2 average is significantly higher compared to last year's first indoor meet (17.4) after the conclusion of the outdoor season.
Aladeen was visiting from Hungary and placed right ahead of the other international visitors from Slovakia, the Skydive University team.
Aladeen has been competing only in the AAA Class since joining the international 4-way community in 2015, while the Slovakian team has moved up from AA Class competition in 2016/2017.
A real battle took place behind the HF Cubs, where M Team and Mimozemky both competed for their first time in the AA Class.
The two youngest 4-way junior teams attended their first 10-round competition in the A Class. HF Flying Rebels and HF Chameleons have both been collecting Rookie Class points for the Czech Indoor Cloud League team so far. Now they have been taking on the A Class dive pool and completed their first 10-round indoor meet.