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In fact, Seattle Swift and SDC Jetstream XP both completed more than only the six meet rounds for additional competition practice. Seattle Swift made it through Round 9 last weekend, and Jetstream Tango went beyond the ten rounds and posted even a scoring number for the extra round.
However, the adjusted leaderboard with all teams is showing the rankings after Round 6, which was completed by all AAA Class teams last weekend. There is a difference between both leaderboards, as Seattle Swift's 6-round average is higher than it was after Round 9. The difference was enough to finish two points ahead of Elsinore Elevate after Round 6.
The three teams on the top of the AAA Class leaderboard had an exciting battle with each other, as the highscores for the single rounds indicate. Elsinore Elevate won two rounds (3 and 4) and tied the Perris 4ce highscore in Round 6, while Seattle Swift had only one tie in Round 2. Elsinore Elevate had a slow start and was too far behind, even though the home team had the highest total for rounds 3 to 6.
August 18th, 2018
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Last weekend's meet on his former home turf in Perris became even more interesting when he visited his former Perris Fury team mate Christy Frikken and her team, Perris 4ce, on their home turf.
Christy Frikken and Josh Hall were front piece partners for Perris Fury when the world class team challenged Arizona Airspeed for the U.S. top spot, together with Chris Farina and Uli Stuwe. Josh Hall left Perris Fury after the USPA Nationals 2010 to join Arizona Airspeed, and Christy Frikken continued for one more year before Perris Fury eventually disbanded. Christy Frikken and Chris Farina then trained and competed with SDC Rhythm XP before Chris Farina joined Airspeed, as well.
The original Perris Fury lineup had a reunion at the Paraclete XP Indoor Championship 2016 and continued to go their own ways after that. They still meet here and there as player coaches with their current teams at different events, as Christy Frikken and Josh Hall did last weekend. Christy Frikken had the upper hand this time...