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Did You Know...

... that SDC RhEvolution XP moves up into the AAA/Advanced Class with reigning champion Greg Oldendick in the 2019 lineup?

Intermediate Class awards at the USPA Nationals 2018
posted Jan 9th, 2019 - The NSL News has followed the progression of SDC RhEvolution XP carefully since the team was formed at the beginning of the 2018 season.

RhEvolution attended all three of the Midwest Skydiving Leaguemeets last year and was obviously well prepared for the final showdown in the AA/Intermediate Class competition of the USPA Nationals 2018. The MWSL team placed 2nd on the Intermediate Class leaderboard with 32 teams, one single point behind the winner, TSC Cadence.

RhEvolution was not eligible for USPA medals and competed officially as a guest team, while the great performance at the national championships was still recognized by USPA during the award ceremony.

The lineup had changed once during the 2018 season when Jason Krumholz joined the team and took the tail slot. Early tail Brad Wallace eventually took the camera slot at the USPA Nationals. SDC Rhythm XP members Andrew Happick and Doug Barron provided the coaching services for the team, and Andrew Happick was also on camera for RhEvolution at the May meet of the Midwest Skydiving League.

USPA Nationals 2018
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Total Avg
Rank Intermediate Class 15,7 A,E,Q,M 11,9 1,22 J,P,F,8 2,20 13,O,K B,D,6 4,G,14 21,N,19 C,L,H,18 Total Avg
1 TSC Cadence 11 23 14 10 19 11 13 17 8 12 - 138 13.8
G SDC Rhevolution XP 13 22 11 11 15 12 14 16 12 11 - 137 13.7
2 SDMW X 10 26 12 9 20 11 11 13 11 9 - 132 13.2
3 Hands Free 11 22 13 11 16 6 9 13 10 11 14 122 12.2
4 Cali4nia Kids 11 21 9 10 15 11 10 14 11 10 12 122 12.2
5 Platinum XP 10 20 12 9 14 9 10 15 10 10 - 119 11.9
6 The Mostly Asians 9 17 12 9 13 10 10 15 10 9 - 114 11.4
7 Carolina Ice XP 9 18 12 8 13 9 9 15 9 11 - 113 11.3
8 Spaceland Toxic 9 19 9 8 14 10 7 13 8 9 - 106 10.6
9 TSC Off Cadence 9 14 10 9 13 10 7 10 7 8 - 97 9.7

SDC Rhevolution XP at the Midwest Skydiving League May and August meets and at USPA Nationals 2018

Savage XP at the USPA Nationals 2018
image by: USPA/Omniskore
SDC RhEvolution XP have made new plans for the 2019 season, which include another personnel change. Point Josh Reinert has to step away from 4-way training and competition this year.

Greg Oldendick is the new team member, and he will take the outside center slot that he was flying for his previous team. The change in the lineup requires a slot switcher within the new front piece.

Original outside center Chris Normandeau moves to the point position to accommodate the new team member.

Greg Oldendick will surely not hold RhEvolution back. He competed at the USPA Nationals too, and won the Advanced Class gold medals with Savage XP and the highest winning average in the history of USPA Advanced Class competition.

It makes only sense for SDC RhEvolution XP so step up now and join the Advanced Class competition this year with a reigning champion in the lineup, even if they don't have to. Team training will begin with a camp in March at Skydive Sebastian.

USPA Nationals 2018
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Total Avg
Rank 4-way Open/Advanced Combined J,19,K,22 P,13,A,E H,G,Q,B,21 9,2,L C,14,4 O,16,3 1,15,10 M,20,11 F,D,18,6 5,12,17 Total Avg
1 Arizona Airspeed 23 29 34 28 23 24 19 24 26 25 255 25.5
2 SDC Rhythm XP 20 25 33 26 20 18 17 21 23 20 223 22.3
3 Airspeed Odyssey 20 25 28 22 18 20 17 19 20 17 206 20.6
4 Defiance 19 23 25 21 18 21 15 21 21 19 203 20.3
5 Ranch 2nd Generation 17 22 20 22 17 18 15 17 21 19 188 18.8
6 Savage XP 18 17 24 17 14 17 14 18 20 15 174 17.4
7 Spaceland Lite 15 19 24 19 16 18 12 17 17 14 171 17.1
8 Phoenix XP 17 17 21 18 13 17 12 16 16 14 161 16.1
9 Seattle Swift 16 15 18 12 13 16 12 18 15 13 148 14.8
10 Elsinore Elevate14 17 19 17 13 14 10 14 14 15 147 14.7
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