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Three competition classes have 13 teams each on the leaderboard, seven teams competed in the AAA Class. The AA Class had the closest race on the top of the leaderboard, and NPSL team HTH actually finished tied in 1st place with a 10.5 average after four rounds.
In fact, HTH was one point ahead of the Italian team after Round 4. Both teams only have the same meet average because ASH-Fano completed two more rounds, while the weather at Skydive Twin City allowed only the completition of four rounds.
Greg Heidemann and Andy Junghans have been on a few different local and regional AAA Class lineups ever since the Northern Plains Skydiving League was launched by Sandy Grillet in 2001. The NPSL Director is still competing with his flexible Microburst lineups.
Greg Heidemann and Andy Junghans formed a new lineup for the 2010 season and provide their own 4-way experiences for two new NPSL competitors, Kaleb Lommen and Alissa Olson. HTH has also been using experienced 4-way coaches during their indoor and outdoor training camps. In addition, NPSL Director Sandy Grillet always invites meet coaches to visit and provide as much information as possible at the NPSL meets.
Kaleb Lommen is the forth HTH member in the Center Outside position. He has a total of approx. 400 jumps and is very eager to become a top 4-way competitor. Andy Junghans is the Center Inside, Greg Heidemann the Point.
The potential of the team showed especially in Round 4 where HTH matched Fast Forward's 12-pointer in the AAA Class. The sequence for Round 4 (J,B,C,19) was identical between those two categories. There might be a great AAA Class competition waiting in the near NPSL future.
In fact, the freeflying couple has been the US top team for over a decade. They decided last year, after winning another set of gold medals at the USPA Nationals 2009, that it is time to do something else and formed a 4-way team with local members in the NPSL region.
They have teamed up with John Kretzschmar and Erika Mundinger, Shawn Woods was filming Flew-id 4 last weekend. The 7.0 average after three rounds in the AA Class featured their first 4-way competition jumps. The quality level is as promising as HTH is showing it.