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The six Czech teams took on six teams from Poland on their home turf. It was the largest 4-way invasion yet from the Czech Republic. The Polish teams were well prepared for indoor competition, as well, after regular 10-round meets of the Flyspot Liga this year. The strongest Polish 4-way team, Flyspot Sky4Four, attended three indoor meets before facing the Czech delegation at the Flyspot Open, together with all other five teams from Poland.
In fact, Flyspot Sky4Four, Poland's indoor and outdoor champions, had a great performance at the Flyspot Open and finished with a 10-round record average for the current lineup. Joanna Hulboj in the tail slot is the newest team member who joined Sky4Four in the summer of 2019.
The ESL Championship 2019 was the team's first competition with the new tail. Sky4Four's new lineup then posted a 22.3 average for an 8-round indoor competition with a faster draw in November 2020, a year after the 21.2 at the Flyspot Open 2019 with Amnesya member Chiara Brunetti in the lineup. The 22.2 average this month was not boosted by any faster sequences.
Polish Flyspot Open 2021
|4||HF Flying Rebels||CZ||20||21||24||18||13||23||19||17||19||13||187||18.7|
Joanna Hulboj trained and competed with Ladies Power before she joined Sky4Four. Ladies Power was still an A Class team by then, and Joanna Hulboj had to get ready for the complete dive pool, longer sequences and slot-switchers very quickly.
Ladies Power won the AA Class competition at the Flyspot Open 2019 with Joanna Hulboj in the lineup, even though she had already started her training with Sky4Four. Ladies Power left MAD Team, Flyspot Omega and HF Flying Rebels behind at their last meet with Joanna Hulboj.
Ladies Power's new lineup battled with Czech team Rusalky this time, once again in the AA Class, and finished four points behind the senior/junior combination from the Czech Republic.
Polish Flyspot Open 2021
|2||Bitches from Hell||PL||12||16||12||16||18||14||19||15||17||26||165||16.5|
|1||Vajca v Hirsti||CZ||5||8||9||14||14||13||11||10||9||5||98||9.8|
The AAA Class ranking order in Poland has been perfectly consistent this year, even though Flyspot Omega came very close to MAD Team in July, September and October. MAD Team finished with a new team record average (19.4) for a 10-round draw at the Flyspot Open, which created the largest advantage over Flyspot Omega in this duel.
The two Polish A Class teams, Bitches From Hell and DARK Team, created a competitive leaderboard in this category, as well, and Czech team Sky 21 needed a strong strong finish in Rounds 9 and 10 to take the first place. Bitches From Hell posted a new team record average and were still challenged by DARK Team, who competed in the A Class for the first time.
DARK Team won three meets in the Rookie Class without much opposition this year, and they would have outscored the Czech team Vajca v Hirsti easily. However, they decided to step up and experienced their first serious 4-way battle on the A Class leaderboard.