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Did You Know...

... that NSL-TV features the A Class and Rookie Class winners of the Tomscat Trophy 2018?

A Class awards at the Tomscat Trophy 2018
posted Jul 13th, 2018 - The NSL News coverage of the Tomscat Trophy 2018 was not complete, as the meet videos of the winners in the A Class and the Rookie Class have not been published yet.

Both teams were newly formed this year, even though some of the team members have been around for a while in the 4-way world. Free Format's videographer Ronny Dumai has been filming Dutch teams for over a decade, and Peter Tak was an early Whooops member for several years. Whooops eventually competed for the Netherlands at the FAI World Meet 2012 in Dubai.

Marjan van Beveren was the alternate for the Heartbeat Skydive Team who competed for the Dutch delegation in the A Class at the ESL Championship 2017.

Mañana Skydive Team in 2nd place attended their third Tomscat Trophy with the same original lineup and the best finishing position at the annual event. DEA competed in the Rookie Class last year and stepped up into the A Class at the team's first outdoor competition in 2018. The lineup is the same in the team's second year. Deelnemen is Leuker Dan Overwinnen in 3rd place and Skyflakes were new at this year's Tomscat Trophy.

Tomscat Trophy 2018
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Total Avg
Rank A Class M,B,7 6,G C,P,E D,Q,H 19,O N,A,2 L,F,J 8,9 Total Avg
1 Free Format 12 -1 6 -1 6 -1 8    7    8    13 -1 7    67 8.4
2 Mañana Skydive Team 8    3 -1 9    7    7    6    7    7    54 6.8
3 Deelnemen is Leuker Dan Overwinnen 9    7    3 -2 5    5 -1 7    5    4    45 5.6
4 DEA 6 -1 4 -1 6    4    6    6 -1 7 -1 4 -1 43 5.4
5 Skyflakes 8    3 -1 5 -1 5 -1 -    -    -    -    21 5.3
Rookie Class awards at the Tomscat Trophy 2018
All names in the lineup of Rookie Class winner Go Figure are as new as the team name on NSL leaderboards. Only SOF in 3rd place of the Rookie Class competition came back with two team members of last year's lineup (Kees Boer and J.S. Verhoeven) at the same event.

SOF had finished with a 0.7 average at the Tomscat Trophy 2017 and now has a 4.8 average in the records, including a 10-pointer in Round 5.

The national championships in the Netherlands include A Class and Rookie Class competition, and the same teams in these two categories may compete again for the Dutch 2018 medals later this summer.

The ESL Championship 2018 then offers the opportunity to meet teams from other European countries in Saarlouis, Germany, and the Dutch delegation has been a part of this event from the beginnings. The ESL Championship also includes all four NSL categories.

Tomscat Trophy 2018
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Total Avg
Rank Rookie M,B,L G,F,K C,P,E D,Q,H O,J,B N,A,M L,F,J C,G,D Total Avg
1 Go Figure 9    9    5    8    8 -2 8 -1 9    6    62 7.8
2 Get a Grip 8    7    6    7 -4 2 -2 8 -2 3    4    45 5.6
3 SOF 4 -1 6    1    2 -1 10    8    2    5    38 4.8
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