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Did You Know...

... that Carolina Ice XP won last weekend's AA Class competition?

Carolina Ice at the USPA Nationals 2018
image by: USPA/Omniskore
posted Jul 24th, 2019 - The AA Class teams created the biggest leaderboard of last weekend's events. All of the eight U.S. teams completed four rounds for the rankings on the adjusted leaderboard with the toal after Round 4.

Carolina Ice XP confirmed once again the position of a top contender for USPA medals at the national championships with the 12.0 winning average at Skydive Carolina, after the 12.5 at the May meet of the Carolina Skydiving League.

The NSL News had pointed out on May 21st, after the Carolina Ice XP performance in May, that a 13+ average will probably bring any team into the Intermediate Class medal range. The six rounds in May and the four rounds last weekend add up to a 12.3 average for a 10-round competition, which is the standard for the Intermediate Class competition at USPA Nationals.

In fact, Carolina Ice XP's ten rounds in May and July together included 13 of the 16 blocks in the dive pool for this category. Blocks 13 and 9 were drawn at both events. The combination of both draws included 12 of the 16 random formations, and only two (D and P) appeared on both leaderboards. The U.S. teams still had eight weeks after last weekend's events until Round 1 at the USPA Nationals.


NSL Meet Weekend July 20th, 2019
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Total Avg
Rank AA Class L,14,B 4,21 13,F,9 D,P,2 C,M,7 22,J,20 8,A,Q O,E,11 Total Avg
1 Carolina Ice XP CASL 11 12 12 13 - - - - 48 12.0
2 Relative Humility XP CASL 5 9 11 9 - - - - 34 8.5
3 Mad Props MWSL 8 7 9 9 12 6 - - 33 8.5
4 SP Moderate Risk FSL 8 7 8 8 8 - - - 31 7.8
4 Plunge Bunnies MWSL 7 7 7 10 14 7 - - 31 8.7
6 Spaceland Toxic Thunder TSL 5 6 8 7 8 5 5 5 26 6.1
7 Carolina Bootie Babes CASL 4 5 6 5 - - - - 20 5.0
8 Plastic Straw Pushing Turtle Killers TSL 4 5 4 5 7 4 5 7 18 5.1

SP Moderate Risk's 2018 lineup in DeLand
Florida Skydiving League team SP Moderate Risk completed the team's second meet in the AA Class with a new 7.8 team record average, after the 7.0 in May.

The team from Skydive Palatka attended three meets in the A Class last year and moved up at the beginning of the 2019 season. They had to switch back and forth between a PAC and a Skyvan for the exits last weekend at Skydive DeLand.

All eight A Class blocks were drawn in the total of eleven rounds at the two meets that SP Moderate Risk attended this year. The draw in May added four new AA Class blocks to the team's AA Class experience, and two more were in last weekend's draw for the first five rounds.

SP Moderate Risk still have not seen three of the 16 AA Class blocks yet at a competition. However, there are still two more FSL meet weekends scheduled in August and September with two more opportunities to execute the missing three blocks. SP Moderate Risk is planning to attend the NSL Championship in November at Skydive City.


NSL Meet Weekend July 20th, 2019
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Total Avg
Rank AAA Class L,10,14 4,5,21 13,F,9 D,P,2,16 C,12,M,7 22,J,20 8,3,A O,E,11,B Total Avg
1 Aviatrixx TSL 12 13 19 15 14 10 12 16  111 13.9
2 Space Force BTR TSL 10 10 14 14 11 9 10 15  93 11.6
Rank A Class L,B,G 4,21 F,9 D,P,2 C,M,7 J,N,Q 8,A O,E,6 Total Avg
1 Pickup Blue MWSL 7 3 6 - - - - - 16 5.3
2 Pickup Silver MWSL 2 4 - - - - - - 6 3.0
Rank Rookie L,B,G E,Q,H F,O,N D,P,A C,M,K J,N,Q M,A,L O,E,C Total Avg
1 Who The Fuck Knows? CASL 2 2 6 1 - - - - 11 2.8
2 Cluster Fuck University CASL 0 0 0 0 - - - - 0 0.0

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