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Did You Know...

... that Nemphys Weembi, NFTO and Team X will meet again in April?

Weeme High Rollers in action at the Wind Games 2019
image by: Windoor
posted Feb 5th, 2019 - Four teams had their own leaderboard for FAI/IPC's 4-way Women event at the Wind Games 2019, and they also placed very close to each other in the combined AAA Class rankings.

The NSL News introduced the winner of the separate event briefly on February 3rd, with Clementine Le Bohec in the lineup of the French female indoor B-Team. In fact, three of the reigning indoor and outdoor world champions in 4-way Women competed at the Wind Games, as Sophia Pecout and Christine Malnis joined forces once again with Julien Degen and Roy Janssen for the Weembi High Rollers.

They will continue to be separated until the outdoor season begins. Then they will get back together, with new member Gaelle Giesen and team videographer Julie Fournier in the lineup, and try to defend their top position in the female 4-way world. They will also train and compete together with the new French national 8-way team, which even has priority for the coming two years.

Sophia Pecout and Christine Malnis will compete with the Weembi High Rollers for France in 4-way Open at the FAI Indoor World Meet in April, while Clementine Le Bohec is going after the 4-way Women medals with the French indoor national team, Nemphys Weembi. Both teams will then be done with their 2019 indoor missions.

Wind Games 2019
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Total Avg
Rank AAA Class F,21,6 L,H,22,7 C,8,19 9,D,5 16,N,14 13,20,G 4,N,J,M 11,17,Q 3,O,K,E A,12,2 Total Avg
1 NMP-PCH Hayabusa  BE  33 37 31 50 31 26 46 34 39 27  354 35.4
2 Weembi High Rollers  FR  29 33 26 47 31 28 44 32 34 29  333 33.3
3 Arizona Airspeed  US  28 34 28 46 29 25 37 30 31 26 314 31.4
4 Qatar Tigers  QA  31 29 27 39 26 24 39 29 32 24 300 30.0
5 SDC Rhythm XP  US  29 29 23 41 27 26 37 27 35 24 298 29.8
6 Echochamber  SE  25 26 23 37 23 23 35 28 31 26 277 27.7
7 Nephtys Weembi  FR  25 26 21 36 23 21 35 25 31 20 263 26.3
8 NFTO  UK  24 26 25 30 21 19 33 24 30 21 253 25.3
9 Papea Masculino  ES  24 24 22 28 22 21 31 20 28 18 238 23.8
10 Team X  SE  23 23 22 29 21 16 32 22 26 21 235 23.5
11 Voss Vind Girls  NO  19 22 18 27 19 18 27 20 24 19 213 21.3
12 Out of the Blue Project 20+  NL  21 20 19 28 19 17 28 21 23 15 211 21.1
13 Alakran  ES  19 18 20 22 17 16 30 19 22 14 197 19.7
14 Barak  ES  19 21 15 26 19 13 23 17 19 16 188 18.8
15 Só Pressão  BR  21 16 17 21 19 12 25 16 21 17 185 18.5
16 Are We There Yet?  HU  17 21 15 25 19 16 22 14 21 14 184 18.4
17 Les Affranchis  FR  19 17 16 22 17 15 20 15 20 17 178 17.8
18 Windobona Angels  ES  12 19 13 23 15 14 27 17 18 13 171 17.1
19 Papea 1  ES  19 17 16 17 13 16 25 12 19 14 168 16.8
20 Chimera  UK  0 0 0 0 0 18 28 26 27 20 119 11.9
Nephtys Weembi - NFTO - Team X at the Wind Games 2019
SDC Rhythm XP at the Wind Games 2019
image by: Windoor
One more female 4-way competitor placed herself ahead of the four 4-way Women teams on the combined leaderboard.

SDC Rhythm XP member JaNette Lefkowitz helped posting her team's new indoor record average of 29.8 in her inside center slot, and Rhythm finished in 5th place at Doug Barron's comeback meet.

Only one all-male team managed to separate the four 4-way Women teams in the middle of the Wind Games field. The male Papea lineup won the official Spanish indoor title with the team's new indoor record average. The official Spanish Indoor Nationals were a part of the Wind Games.

It was not too long ago when three of the four teams had their own previous 4-way Women leaderboard and competed for medals at the FAI Indoor World Cup 2018. In fact, NFTO, Nemphys Weembi and Team X were the three medal winners in Bahrain. Only the ranking order was different.

FAI Indoor World Cup 2018
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Total Avg
Rank 4-way Women K,17,J,21 4,H,F,11 18,L,16 5,M,O,C N,8,P,19 6,9,10 D,12,15 Q,B,G,22 20,E,14 7,3,2 Total Avg
1 NFTO  UK  27 26 20 37 25 23 22 29 22 23  254 25.4
2 France  FR  26 23 20 36 24 19 19 26 17 20  230 23.0
3 Team X  SE  24 26 18 31 22 21 16 27 20 19  224 22.4
4 China  CN  22 20 20 28 23 22 18 24 20 21  218 21.8
5 HF Chicks  CZ  25 23 15 26 23 21 17 24 21 21  216 21.6
6 Satori  UK  24 19 18 31 18 20 18 23 18 19  208 20.8
7 Zero-G  RU  22 22 17 27 20 20 16 22 16 20 202 20.2
8 Zephyrus  UK  12 12 10 16 13 12 10 17 11 13 126 12.6
NFTO lineup at the Wind Games 2019
image by: Windoor
NFTO had won the FAI gold medals in Bahrain with the same lineup that competed at the FAI World Meet 2018 a few weeks earlier. Catherine Anderson did not come back for the 2019 season, and Anna Hicks was not available for the Wind Games. Kate Lindsley and Julia Swallow took their slots in Spain, and NFTO finished with almost exactly the same meet average (25.3 - 25.4) as in Bahrain.

The French lineup was not the same either. Clementine Le Bohec did not compete with her world champion team in Bahrain, where Sophia Pecout and Christine Malnis won gold with the Weembi High Rollers over NMP PCH HayaBusa. Nemphys Weembi still had Camille Villanneau in the lineup. Clementine Le Bohec then joined Claire Victoire De Fleurian, Elise Poindron and Jessica Thebault at the Weembinamic 2018.

National coach Mathieu Bernier must have liked this lineup's performance at the Weembinamic, as he announced shortly after the event that this is the new French team in 4-way Women for the FAI Indoor World Meet in April.

He and Nemphys Weembi got their next promising results even sooner than they may have expected, with the 1st place over NFTO at the Wind Games. The British team now has little over two months with the complete lineup to turn the outcome back to the Bahrain results...

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