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... that SP Moderate Risk increased the meet average significantly to win A Class?

SP Moderate Risk last weekend
posted Aug 24th, 2018 - Another busy meet weekend follows the leaderboard that featured only U.S. teams from four different leagues, and it is time to wrap it up with a few details of the A Class and Rookie Class competition.

A Class team SP Moderate Risk from Skydive Palatka came back for the team's second meet this year and took the top spot on the leaderboard with a significantly increased 6-round average, which included an impressive 20-pointer in the last round.

Two teams of the Midwest Skydiving League and Waiting on Nuts from the Northwest posted highscores for single rounds too. However, Moderate Risk was eight points ahead at the end and turned the AA Class rankings, where two MWSL teams had the top spots and Florida team Purple HaZe finished in 3rd place.

Waiting on Nuts posted a team record average and still had to settle in 4th place behind 4nicators and CSC Legos despite the highest total between the three teams for the second half of the meet.

August 18th, 2018
1 2 3 4 5 6 Total Avg
Rank A Class 19,A 21,N C,H,O 7,G D,6 M,B,F Total Avg
1 SP Moderate Risk FSL 7    8    12    8    8    20    63 10.5
2 4nicators MWSL 7    8    9 -1 7    7    17   55 9.2
3 CSC Legos MWSL 7    5    10    7 -1 8    16   53 8.8
4 Waiting on Nuts NWSL 4 -1 5 -2 8 -1 9    7 -2 17   50 8.3
5 Should 4feit SCSL 6    2    6    5    6    9   34 5.7
6 #Team SCSL 3    5    3    4    3    8   26 4.3

Indoor part of the NSL Championship 2017
AAA (Open/Advanced) and AA (Intermediate) teams in the United States are now getting ready for the year's major showdown at the USPA Nationals. The event does not include competition categories for A and Rookie Class teams, who do have their leaderboards at the UK Nationals. In fact, 13 British Rookie Class teams are creating the largest leaderboard of all four categories this weekend in Hibaldstow.

The competition season is not even over for A Class and Rookie Class teams after the national championships in Europe where the ESL Championship offers an opportunity to compete with teams from other regions and countries.

However, U.S. teams in these two categories have the same opportunity, as well, if they would like to add a championship event to finish off the competition season. The NSL Championship in November has become even more interesting for teams in all four categories since an indoor part has been added to the meet agenda.

All teams (AAA - AA - A - Rookie) have the option to start with ten indoor rounds at iFLY Tampa and follow up with the same ten sequences at Skydive City on the same weekend. Two separate leaderboards create the NSL indoor and outdoor champions, and two teams won after combining indoor and outdoor scores lst year: SCZ ZEUSpeed (AAA) and Simba (AA).

August 18th, 2018
1 2 3 4 5 6 Total Avg
Rank Rookie A,Q,K N,J,L C,H,O G,E,A D,P,Q M,B,F Total Avg
1 DeLands Hit Show FSL 5    7    3    6    3    13     37 6.2
2 ZEUS SkillZ FSL 3    5    5 -1 -    -    -     13 4.3
3 SOCOM Rookies FSL 1    1    0    4    -    -    6 1.5
4 Rookie Mistake FSL 1    0    0    2    1    5    9 1.5
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