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The original and unchanged lineup started in the A Class of 2017 and moved up into the AA Class at the World Challenge 2018. Ayro has the same plan in 2019 and will attend the first AAA Class competition in Bedford at the end of April.
Ayro has maintained a very special meet record throughout their first two years. The Belgian team has improved the previous team record averages at every single meet they have attended. This could be easy with a low number of attended meets. However, Ayro has competed at ten events in the first two team years.
The outdoor record in the A Class of 2017 (11.6 - 12.1) is just as clean as in the AA Class (11.6 - 12.1 - 14.9) of 2018, and it is not any different for the team's indoor performance, after two A Class meets (21.1 - 21.7) in 2017 and two (18.6 - 20.0) last year. The 20.0 at the Belgian Indoor Nationals 2018 was the last and encouraging result in the AA Class, which was rewarded with the Belgian indoor championship title.
Belgian Indoor Nationals 2018
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Ayro - Synergy - Stardust at the Belgian Indoor Nationals 2018
It was a successful trip for both teams, as the Belgian delegation in Saarlouis won the ESL Spirit 2018. Ayro finished ahead of Stardust a week after the Belgian Nationals, and both teams contributed to the winning total of 31 ESL points, together with Jetmax in the AAA Class and Aeropotams in the A Class.
Ayro and Stardust know each other very well, as they started their team careers at the same event and on the same A Class leaderboard in August 2017.
Stardust won the first Belgian duel at the national championships of 2017 and has maintained the same clean progression as Ayro after the team's seven meets in the same time period.
ISR Grand Prix 2018 2018
Their last AA Class competition at the Belgian Indoor Nationals brought them back together on the same leaderboard with Synergy from Italy who had won the AA bronze medals at the ISR Grand Prix 2018. Ayro and Stardust went neck to neck (149 - 147) once again in Roosendaal and still ended up behind the Italian team.
The Synergy visit in Belgium not too much later was a perfect re-match opportunity for the two home teams, and it became a lively and exciting competition for the three AA Class top positions.
Ayro needed the 20.0 average to win by three points, while Stardust could not catch the Italian guests. Next time, the two Belgian teams will have a AAA Class duel at the World Challenge in Bedford...