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Antje Prochnow was already a member of the German national 4-way team in 2005/2006 but missed the World Meet on home turf due to an injury. She came back as a member of the German Open Class team Final Four in 2007 and continued with pick up teams on a lower commitment level. Finally, she became the alternate for the Chicas for the 2009 season without knowing that she would eventually have at least a meet slot soon.
The Chicas had won the silver medals at the World Cup 2009 in the Czech Republic with Nina Kuebler and had posted a 16.3 aerage in Prostejov. The new 2010 lineup with Antje Prochnow won again the silver medals behind Aerokart Deep Blue and took home $15,000 cash. The Chicas finished the eight rounds in Dubai with a 13.8 average.
This decision was made in the meantime, and the Chicas plan to train this year with this new lineup and compete for Germany at the World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2010 in Russia.
A 1-week outdoor camp will follow at the end of March in Castellon, Spain. German 4-way and 8-way champion in the Open Class, Dieter Schwarz, will be the coach in Spain.
Another week with Pete Allum will follow in July, this time for exit practice from the Turbolet in Prostejov.
Then the Chicas will travel to Russia for the World Meet 2010. Pete Allum will make the same trip, as he competes with Sinapsi for Italy in Menzelinsk.
He will be available for the Chicas with advice as much as his time will allow.
The Chicas would like to attend a few additional meets with the new lineup, as well. However, Chicas Tail Marion "Mo" Thomas said that her team is still looking at meet options, as the short world meet season makes it more difficult to create a good team schedule.
So far, there is no event where the two German top contenders in the female 4-way category, Chicas and ISB Air, will compete at the same time. Both teams were racing with each other throughout the whole 2009 season. ISB Air also continues for two more years, as the NSL News reported on 10 February 2010.