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Did You Know...

... that three teams moved from Rookie to A Class competition in Poland?

A Class at the World Challenge 2019: MAD Team
posted Jan 9th, 2021 - The NSL News reported on 28 December 2020 that three Polish teams had used last year's three Flyspot Liga meets in October, November and December to make the last move in the progression of 4-way competition from the beginnings to the AAA Class dive pool.

MAD Team, Flyspot One2Three and Flyspot Omega all started in the Rookie Class (RRR) years ago and finally joined Flyspot Sky4Four all together on the AAA Class leaderboard of the December competition.

Three other Polish teams made their second step in the 4-way progression in the same three months last year. Crazy Donut, Air Feel and Star4s started in the Rookie Class at different times and moved up into the A Class between October and December 2020.

Crazy Donut, the winner of the December competition, was the first new A Class team in Poland at the October meet. Air Feel and Star4s were next at the November meet, which all three teams attended. They finished exactly in the same order a month later and moved slightly closer to each other, all three teams with significantly increased meet averages.


Flyspot Liga December 2020
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Total Avg
Rank A Class C,2 J,Q,A E,L,H P,21 7,19 N,6 B,G,F 9,M Total Avg
1 Crazy Donut  PL  11 27 26 15 15 16 27 28 165 20.6
2 Rusalky  CZ  14 24 18 12 13 16 26 24 147 18.4
3 Air Feel  PL  14 19 17 15 14 14 21 19 133 16.6
4 Star4s  PL  10 17 19 12 11 11 23 21 124 15.5
5 Grab My Grip  PL  6 14 12 11 11 11 17 16 98 12.3

Crazy Donut - Air Feel - Star4s at the December meet of the Flyspot Liga
AAA Class in 2020: Flyspot Omega
Star4s was the first of the same three teams with scores on a RRR Class leaderboard. They started in this category in March 2017, together with Flyspot Omega and Ladies Power.

The all-female lineup of Ladies Power have not been back on a leaderboard after making it up to the A Class in 2018 and then competing in the AA Class at three meets in 2019.

Flyspot Omega is one of the three new Polish 4-way teams who are now posting scores on AAA Class leaderboards.

Air Feel started in the Rookie Class in September 2018 and added two more meets in the same category in 2019 before moving up to A Class competition at the Flyspot Polish Open in November 2019. Crazy Donut was still on the Rookie Class leaderboard at the same event.

It was the last Rookie Class competition for Crazy Donut, after three previous meets in the same category in 2019.


Flyspot Liga March 2019
1 2 3 4 5 6 Total Avg
Rank Rookie A,E,L K,D,F H,G,M O,B,J P,Q,N C,D,N Total Avg
1 Crazy Donut 15 20 20 25 27 16 123 20.5
2 One Piece 15 13 16 19 19 8 90 15.0
3 Star4s 12 14 13 21 9 15 84 14.0
4 RW BMW 7 9 11 10 7 7 51 8.5
5 Polatuchy 7 9 10 10 8 2 46 7.7
6 Sprytne Minionki 0 1 3 1 4 2 11 1.8
Flyspot Liga May 2019
1 2 3 4 5 6 Total Avg
Rank Rookie A,B,N H,D,C L,F,G M,O,Q E,P,K J,O,P Total Avg
1 Air Feel 18 27 21 34 24 24 148 24.7
2 Crazy Donut 22 29 20 31 16 21 139 23.2
3 One Piece 22 16 20 25 20 20 123 20.5

AA Class until November 2019: Ladies Power
Crazy Donut, Air Feel and Star4s had enough time to get ready for their first A Class meets. No Flyspot Liga events took place between November 2019 and October 2020. The October competition last year was the indoor restart for the Polish teams. The NSL News reported earlier that three teams from the Czech Republic used the restart in Poland, as well.

Crazy Donut, Air Feel and Star4s were joined by a new team in the A Class this year. Grab my Grip skipped the Rookie Class and launched their team career with the first set of eight blocks.

The move from the AA Class to the AAA Class leaderboard by MAD Team, Flyspot One2Three and Flyspot Omega left a void space on AA Class leaderboards in Poland for the moment and before the new A Class teams will add the next set of eight blocks to their training and competition agenda.

The Rookie Class competition did not suffer at all at Flyspot in Poland. Four new Polish teams joined the two Czech teams on the Rookie Class leaderboard, and two of them attended all three meets between October and December. It seems to be only a matter of time when Polish teams will compete again in all four categories at one of their Flyspot Liga meets, as it happened once in March 2019.

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